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  1. From the album: Laural with some bashing

    This makes it all worth it
    6 points
  2. From the album: The Appleby Cottage

    Slowly making progress on the micro Appleby, which is the dollhouse for the little girl in the big Appleby dollhouse. That stairway is a piece of a zip-tie / cable tie cut and painted, and the railing is a section of a false eyelash from the Dollar tree.

    © checkmouse

    2 points
  3. I LOVE Millicent's potion room.... must have got a dose of her potions
    2 points
  4. What One Thing do you think is a total waste to spend money on? I have one friend who refuses to buy pictures for her house. She takes pictures and have them blown up and framed (Yeap she does that on her own too :lol: ) I have another friend who won't buy make up (She uses samples only, I have NO idea where she get that many samples from). I personally refuse to buy sugar filled cereal. I just don't like it personally and I think it is too much sugar for kids. What about you. What thing do you refuse to buy? :o
    1 point
  5. From the album: Misc minis

    No, I will never give up on egg carton brickwork, but I tried an experiment to help a friend out with a brick floor project. We were thinking egg carton brick, but she has a Beacon Hill and three large floors to fill. Even with awesome results, cutting egg carton bricks is time consuming and daunting to say the least. Then the other day I was down a Pinterest rabbit hole, and I ran across an old entry from Tiny Handmade. The miniaturist had made a wood tile floor from popsicle sticks. I thought, what about skinny sticks? I cut 3/4" bricks making sure the rounded edge side was up and
    1 point
  6. From the album: The Tennyson - A Wizard House

    Porch railing through the window
    1 point
  7. From the album: Laural with some bashing

    It made it all the way from NJ to CA in one piece. So happy!
    1 point
  8. From the album: Micro-Minis

    First I made a 3x5 inch glueing jig out of a picture frame. Then I gathered the basic tools and supplies I would need. The case has a nice wood divider at the back, which used to hold the rings, so an old doll box fits just right to keep all the tools in place.

    © checkmouse

    1 point
  9. Hot! Hot! Hot! :sweat: :surrender:
    1 point
  10. Looks beautiful and realistic!
    1 point
  11. Can you take some of your 1:144 things to work on during the fairs, CJ? And think how much more interesting reading waits you if we just go on per normal! Anna & Tracy, I wish y'all well.
    1 point
  12. Hope things go well CJ! Thanks Anna! We'll see how it goes today. Preplanning week is always busy, and we wont really slow down until September. I can always tell which schools prepare their teachers for the coming year by the calls. So I can appreciate your prep work! We have 52 schools in our district.
    1 point
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  14. Heat index already 105 F, and it's not yet 10 am.
    1 point
  15. rain plus steadily getting more humid. Yum
    1 point
  16. From the album: 1/6 scale house design

    I meant to post this shot with more baluster detail, its a view as if I am standing on the staircase landing! This middle section was intended to have faux block on the wall around the staircase, but it may end up with a deep rich wall paper instead. Bottom newel posts yet to be decided upon. I need to get to Home Depot for wood so I can cut the wider sheet of flooring for this room
    1 point
  17. From the album: 1/6 scale house design

    I got a lot done today, cutting sanding painting fitting and glueing, tonight or tomorrow will finish the window trim, cut the glass and grids, I decided after trying out this over door, I want something more massive over the door, it needs to come closer to the height of the window. I plan on using the piece cut for the doorway to make double opening doors

    © Debora O'Dells Collection

    1 point
  18. Its a 12 x 18 ft room, this is where I had the JP Morgan 1/6 scale house, which was much bigger, so this house was designed not take up as much space.
    1 point
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