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  1. My daughter used to babysit for a family who had a dollhouse they no longer wanted (their child grew up). I just picked it up. It is a Lilliput Apple Blossom. I just identified it. It has no interior decoration, needs some re shingling, missing staircases and windows will need replacing. Definitely can be salvaged and it was FREE! I will start a new album for it.
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  2. So I'm redoing my Pierce kitchen. I've googled for inspiration - but I am looking for specific photos of Pierce kitchens, so if you've been hiding yours and want to share, link me up! I have an old wooden sink I am considering using since this kitchen was, in the world of dollhouse doll people, "redone" in the 30s-40s-50s era to get away from the simpler victorian kitchen it used to be - so I'm liking this sink. My question is: What do you put in the gap under the sink? Should it be open like that or am I missing a piece? What would you do? Or if you grew up with on
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  3. Here's a couple I found: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mALTsnF2XRU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlBUfCgtKU8
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  4. Hang a cute curtain....many sinks back in the 30's and 40's did that. http://www.oldhouseweb.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=24524
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  5. Kelly, if you have a scrap piece of the milled-in siding you could do a test; first cover the siding with spackle or joint compound and smooth it out and sand it when dry, then do your paperclay over that.
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  6. Heading to London for my niece’s wedding. Just a quick weekend trip. I was extremely lucky because I put in a very lowball bid to be upgraded to Upper Class which has a sleeper seat on the plane. I can’t believe I won the bid. So I get to enjoy the 9 hour flight in style.
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  7. I used paperclay and mixed it with water to give it a frosting consistency to use over a plastic template for the brick on my Betsy Ross house.
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  8. I’m hoping we get a video of this little world. It’s so unique. Loving the lighting.
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  9. Grab your Pepsi and fries ,a comfy chair and enjoy . The video is up . UCOZtrZPZ3Xdyr3OnY_IArtw
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  10. You could make a cutout into a structural wall which would still give it the needed strength while providing a viewable option. Please see the attached: http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/?app=gallery&module=gallery&controller=view&id=122430
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  11. So what is your Garfield telling you it wants? The Pierce I was rehabbing wanted one of its towers extended up another level to accommodate a gazebo on the second floor, off the master bedroom. I couldn't wrap my head around how to provide fourth floor access to the tower and compromised by making templates for adding a conservatory to the first floor and a rooftop garden atop off the master bedroom; I haven't mentioned this in the Garfield's presence, as I have a Lily that demands becoming a Tuscan villaand a Dura-Craft Newburg that simply wants to be built and have the Small family move in
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