On My Table

Tonight is the start of another series.

In this series I will simply share what is on my table.

This is another one of those every so often series.

It may be something I am building with Ankerstein.

It may be different tables.

It may be a meal.

It may be just about anything that ends up on one of my tables.

Tonight in the first of the series it will be an Ankerstein building on my table.

Ankerstein NF26, Palace, blocks, stacking blocks

This Palace is built with Ankerstein Set NF-26.

The structure is built entirely of stones that are simply stacked on top of each other.

No snapping together and no glue.

Ankerstein NF26, Palace, blocks, stacking blocksThe Palace has a footprint of 20 x 12 inches and is about 28 inches tall.

Please don’t bump the table 🙂

Steven

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4 Responses to On My Table

  1. On My Table

    On Friday, February 26, 2021, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “Tonight is the start of another series. In this series > I will simply share what is on my table. This is another one of those every > so often series. It may be something I am building with Ankerstein. It may > be different tables. It may be a m” >

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