A friend had this dollhouse completely abandoned in her garage. She offered it to me and then mentioned that her 6 year old daughter loves playing with it. So I offered to give it a facelift in time for Santa. It came out even better than I imagined.
1949 Keystone of Boston that my Mom received for xmas in 1949 - Our family house updated. Enjoyed by three generations of girls. Modern now, with the blessing of all family members. Each room has something left-over from original play-time in this house, and something that is meaningful to each of us. It will never leave our family :-) Completed in 2013, and the reason I got into mini's and dollhouses.
Video and Blog of my Keystone
I bought this Arthur online I think in a classified ad on facebook . The previous owners had already started it so I put together without instructions as much as I could and then I thought well I'm going to do it how I like it. So pretty much everything I've done I've done myself like in the kitchen I made the sink out of resin and it's not perfect but it's my first time doing all of this. I pretty much use whatever I could find to make whatever I needed and it worked out pretty well. But I need some constructive criticism on every room if you would be so kind to do my feelings don't get hurt I'm thick skinned I just need to hear what I need to do or fix or do better thank you!