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  2. Your cabinet is fantastic. And I love your color of green!
  3. Thanks for the feedback everyone. I'm going to leave well enough alone and not add any grout. When I do chimney I will try to get stone a little closer.
  4. But a name would lend personality....no? Name orf no name, it looks great!
  5. Do I remember correctly that you made a teapot using a marble for miss Frobisher's cottage? Or was that you? I do remember some gorgeous mini landscape paintings!
  6. campbelc


    Thank you! The most challenging part of 1:24 scale dollhouses is locating furniture and accessories. I usually end up making my own accessories, although Amazon has some nice pieces from the UK.
  7. campbelc


    Thank you so much!
  8. Nice! I know you're using that for a mold but as is, I bet it would be glorious on a pedestal lit from underneath, which wouldn't be too difficult to make. Something like this:
  9. The door and window punchouts make table tops and the stair rail punchouts and unused bits of gingerbread make table legs and other goodies. That's how I made little tables like the one in the kitchen from scraps of the White Orchid.
  10. I might have been tempted to spray a snippet of large Sonic soda straw silvery and glue it under that left-hand door for the flour sifter. I do love that Hoosier cabinet, and Grazhe always has the coolest mini accessories to dress her furniture.
  11. Thanks, Cynthia. I cut snips of steel wire to get the look of hinges.
  12. Your attention to detail is great. I especially love the exposed hinges on the upper doors. Those little details make such a difference! The yellow canister set is too cute! 🥰
  13. Finished the cabinet, all static, no opening drawers or pullouts, but this is the look I wanted which is the important thing to me. I had a bit of trouble with the paint color. I had a very old bottle of Wedgwood green, and mixed with white it was just right, so I started blending into a new jar. Poured in some more white, went to add more green and guess what, the rest of the green had turned into a globby mess. I wound up blending a new batch of paint starting with the blue I used on the other 2 cabinets. It matched the green perfectly. I'm so proud of myself!
  14. Emerald

    Mini finds !

    Such a pretty set of dishes, never saw this pattern and color before. The yellow is lovely.
  15. Emerald

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    You are doing a museum!!! Love each and every room....keep us posted if you add to the project.
  16. Emerald

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    Its ok, you love this tiny blue project. Sharing is important and this is stunning.
  17. Emerald

    Wolf Range 1

    Such a fantastic 3d print and painting. WELL DONE.
  18. Emerald

    Whole store

    Your little shop has so many lovely items. Wish they were 1:6 (playscale). Keep us posted. We all tend to want to add or redecorate our favorite projects.
  19. Great stonework.....Such a perfect touch. By the way love the L shape of this house.
  20. I can read it for sure. What a great rescue project, keep us posted on your progress of rehab
  21. Emerald


    1:24 seems so hard to do, but artists that choose 1:24 do such fabulous work, this is lovely and so realistic
  22. Emerald


    So amazing what you can do with 1:24, fabulous
  23. Emerald

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    Tried to add a comment that the house is terrific and such a lovely project.
  24. Emerald

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    Wanted to tell you this is an amazing house and glad you worked on it again. It is lovely.
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