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Made of genuine Australian pine...

Item #: 7103
Our Price: $44.95

16 units available


These pine wood octagon roof shingles by Houseworks are made of top-quality unfinished New Zealand pine! Covers approximately 760 square inches. Reverse these shingles to use as square butt! Also, they can be stained or painted.

Try finishing with our Shingle Dye #97025.

Package contains approximately 1000 shingles
3/4"W x 1 1/4"H

Scale: 1/12
Assembly Required: No
Item may vary slightly from the image shown

1/12 scale, also referred to as one-inch scale (or 1" scale), means 1 inch = 1 foot


Average Rating:
(based on 4 reviews)

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by Janice E
on 9/26/2021
Finally decided on how I want my roof to look.
I found a Victorian home that had octagon butt shingles stained to make a pattern. I used these shingles to approximate the pattern on my dollhouse to that of the real Victorian house
on 9/8/2021
Best Quality Shingle
I've used RGT and Greenleaf shingles before and those do warp if you don't use a glue gun. These shingles however, are thick and I had no problem using both Arelene's Fast Grab Tacky Glue and Weld Bond. I used lots of glue...glued the top and the bottom part of the shingle on each one and had absolutely no warp. Only issue with them is some are already a bit curved so need to have extra to work with. Highly recommend these shingles.
by Freddie Bingham
on 1/12/2016
These shingles are more expensive than most options but you get what you pay for here. They are precisely cut and have the proper heft to them to look great. They also take paint great.
by Doc
on 2/16/2011
Decent but touchy.
These shingles are quality made and do a decent job of dressing up a dollhouse. However, they are tempermental in use. They tend to buckle and warp with the use of both wood glue and hot glue, so if you use these shingles, you need to know this. I applied them first with a glue gun, and then wood glue and the results were the same: I found that I could only do a few shingles at a time, hold them flat down in place and tape them down while the wood glue dried, or when I used the glue gun. Otherwise, they warped and lifted up. Decent shingles but require a lot of work. They are also about 1/8" thick, which isn't given.
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