Hi, everyone in this post I will be telling you how to make a tree.
***FYI The measurements given in this tutorial are only approximate. It's more about personal preference than accuracy. ***
Tools & Materials:
Painters Tape or Masking Tape (Preferably white) Flush cutters (any tool that can cut wire are fine) Wire (28 gauge works well) Since we will be twisting the wire multiple times a wire with less thickness will work best. Brown florist tape (You can also
So I finally decided to try out my brick compound and stencil kit that I won from a dollhouse miniatures magazine contest. It was pretty easy to apply the only thing that I would caution people is to make sure your stencil is straight and place the stencil the same way each time. I used the compound to brick my Adams for the miniatures.com contest (w/ a 750g bag) and I still have a little bit left. I think the end result is awesome I used acryllic paints to age the bricks a little bit ( since t
Hi all, this is my first entry I guess I'll start by introducing myself. I'm "james dean" and I'm from Texas and the reason I decided to buy a dollhouse is because after alot of research I thought that I would like to try my hand at building a dollhouse. I googled "dollhouses" and came across severall wonderful sites including the greenleaf website which led me to the greenleaf forum. I wanted a front opening house that was in a reasonable price, the dollhouse that caught my eye was
So I finally did some work on my dollhouses. I did some touch-ups on my niece's Orchid. Adding some pieces to the windows and checking how the gingerbread and roof finials look. I don't know if I'll keep them though. Also worked on the Alison Jr. putting together the porch railings. Those little posts are hard to keep straight. Tomorrow I'll probably do some cleaning in my RL house. See ya later.