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  1. Yesterday
  2. Very cool vignette....I love little projects like this. They usually get finished and they are fun.
  3. shannonc60

    A New Day

    Well said Keith. I just read everything went over calmy, which I am very happy to hear.
  4. That makes sense, since the flight would begin with riser 1, tread 1.
  5. havanaholly

    A New Day

    I don't do politics, especially here. Miniaturists are the kind of people who are kind to one another.
  6. I would appreciate some guidance on the Pierce stairs. The instructions say that step 7 is on the middle sections and riser 7 starts the upper section. So on the upper section, is it riser 7, step 8, riser 8, step 9, finishing with riser 9 where it will hook into the second floor? Thanks!
  7. Keifer

    A New Day

    “Every end is a new beginning” Let us celebrate today not in a political manner but rather by being kind to one another. PEACE LOVE HOPE
  8. madtex1967

    NOLA 2.jpg

    The original flier that came with the kit, showing the various ways to build. I also have the original hand written sales ticket.
  9. madtex1967

    NOLA 1.jpg

    The original flier that came with the kit, showing the various ways to build. I also have the original hand written sales ticket.
  10. madtex1967

    NOLA 3.jpg

    Diagram of construction.
  11. madtex1967

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    More test fitting. I want to make sure I get the bricks on the sides to match correctly.
  12. madtex1967

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    More test fitting. I want to make sure I get the bricks on the sides to match correctly.
  13. madtex1967

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    Top view of the box. I do not this I will leave this open (it comes with a plexiglass panel).
  14. madtex1967

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    I found these doors online from the UK. I am switching the doors out of the frames so I have the correct French Quarter French Doors for the box.
  15. madtex1967

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    Preliminary fitting of the new door. and checking the brick work.
  16. madtex1967

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    I found these laser cut gates from DollsHouseDirect on Etsy and love them. They have some great "iron" fencing and balcony rails.
  17. madtex1967

    NOLA 10.jpg

    I found these laser cut gates from DollsHouseDirect on Etsy and love them. They have some great "iron" fencing and balcony rails.
  18. madtex1967

    NOLA 11.jpg

    I found these laser cut gates from DollsHouseDirect on Etsy and love them. They have some great "iron" fencing and balcony rails.
  19. madtex1967

    New Orleans Vignette

    A small build from a kit from the 1980s that was sold/given at the Deep South Miniature show that used to be yearly in New Orleans. I found this kit on an online mini auction a couple of months ago.
  20. Plangal

    Front entrance

    I literally said “wow” out loud. Gorgeous!
  21. Welcome to the little family, Sarah; I must have missed which kit you're building, but Carrie has given you some excellent information. It helps if you keep a piece of dark chocolate handy.
  22. Welcome to the little family, Joey. When I built the Fairfield I had two kits, so I built one of them inside-out and they are (sort of) halves of a single Bar Harbor summer cottage.
  23. I usually run the tape around the lower walls and then across the floor. I use the floor run for chandeliers that are one the ceiling under the run. I drill a hole up and run the wire to the tape run on the floor above. I use the runs that are on the lower wall for table lamps and sometimes sconces.
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