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  1. Looking gorgeous Rebecca!
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  2. From the album: Beacon Hill

    Not quite sixties style..but after all it is a dollshouse..
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  3. From the album: Needlework

    40 count silk mesh again. Super tiny and detailed. Going to use this one in a rosy Victorian build in the future.
    1 point
  4. hmmm, this could go in any direction .... I wish for ... a Lawbre Shadowcliff an air conditioned space the size of a 4 car garage to work on and display all the things I love to work on....
    1 point
  5. trying again on the actual sprung cushion simple frame from craft style sticks then glued in the springs and covered with cotton padding and leather i did a simple cut and fold on the corners and the sample couch i made up am working on the matching chair
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  6. Yes she is using oiled manilla which if I understand correctly is stencil material very thin and cuts well I happen to have the colored tissue for model airplanes handy tough and thin so will start with that but I did take your trick of parchment paper and like it
    1 point
  7. 14 children and room for a grand piano. Great snapshot of the boot with the real life kids
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  8. The doors were like that from 2 lanterns that were on sale. I bought the lanterns, took off the front doors and gave the lanterns to my neighbor
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  9. This is looking really exciting
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  10. Hi, Katie. If the "brick" powder was just mixed with water you could try laying a wrung-out wet rag on it to see if it softens and then scrape it off with a metal putty knife/ scraper, like they do RL "popcorn" ceilings. If white glue was added to the mix I expect the mouse sander would be your bestie for the job.
    1 point
  11. The windows are candle holders and the glass came in them like THIS
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  12. Hi Katie, You can try chiseling the faux brick off and using an electric sander. You could always resurface the house with 1/32 thick plywood for the the board and batten look. They even sell sheets of board and batten for minis. https://www.northeasternscalelumber.com/ You can add and move windows and opening as you please. It just makes it easier if you have the right tools.
    1 point
  13. From the album: Beacon Hill

    Still needs a few items like a laundry basket, some more towels perfume bottles etc
    1 point
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