This is a great video on modeling an abandoned farmhouse or shack for your wargames table.
The Earlswood site has instructions on using teddy bear fur to make patches of grass for your miniature wargames terrain.
Junior General has a new set of rules and a scenario for fighting the English Civil war Battle of Naseby.
Poundland is the UK version of the US Dollar Store chains. They sell knock-off Lego superheroes and the Death Zap blog wrote a set of rules for them called Poundland Super Heroes.
In the Noonday Sun is a set of rules for small unit actions, derived from another set called Slammer. The authors of Noonday write:
In the Noonday Sun is a set of wargame rules for skirmish games using miniatures. I intended from the start that Noonday Sun would be flexible and adaptable to different scenarios. I have intentionally kept it ‘loose’, particularly in areas like troop motivation and Hollywood heroics. Noonday Sun is meant to be fun! We use miniatures on the tabletop to represent men and women who might well be scared or heroic, angry or bored, professional or just hungry, above all they are unpredictable. When you play Noonday Sun, occasionally try to see things through your troops’ eyes. They are more than just disposable weapons delivery systems.