I really am loving this series, thank you so much for these excellent cottages.
I love that they are CC free, that is a major plus for me.
Also, I wanted to say, I love your presentation on the page: you obviously put a lot of thought into describing what you are offering & giving information to potential downloaders. I know packaging & presentation is often as much work as actually making the object/lot etc., and I appreciate that you don't skimp on that end.
Thanks so much for these!
I enjoyed reading the history behind them as well - thank you for taking the time to write all that.
They do go well with your Nana Series houses, which I also have and adore.
I thank you and my Sims thank you!
I know packaging & presentation is often as much work as actually making the object/lot etc., and I appreciate that you don't skimp on that end.
AMEN SISTER! I usually have to allocate about the same amount of time for pictures, editing, and writing, as I do when I make clothes. But with these? Individually, it takes longer for my to take the pictures of one house and edit them than it does to build the darn cottage itself since they were so small. Ok, enough venting, back to taking pictures of part 5...
Thanks for the comments everyone! I really enjoy reading them!
Well done for building another lovely themed set (I'm working backwards, having started with Part 5 and getting distracted by the equally-nice 'Nana' lots ) You clearly have a strong talent at lot-building.
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