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  1. This is my first doll house/miniature and I’m pretty pleased how it’s turned out so far. I still have some fine tuning on the outside and need to start the wood floors.
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  2. Here is the Twitter thread, you can see better pics and the video of the garage door. Their son is the one who posted it Scott T Miller Twitter
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  3. From the album: The Newport 2019

    So I almost finished the laundry/mudroom today. The client wanted this fun polka dot wallpaper and it was clear that the aged brick floor just made the room too busy. I opted for this peel and stick tile instead. Now to install some lights and see if I can make some cabinets and a bench.
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  4. I just joined the forum. My first doll house build was an Orchid that I started 25 years ago. I’m 50 now and I’m working on a half scale Fairfield. So happy to find other doll house enthusiasts!
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  5. Of course I had to put the sofa in there to see how it would fit with the space.
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  6. The kitchen is the only thing worth showing so far
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  7. Here's the half-scale Fairfield I'm building. It's almost complete! Finishing off the roof trim, tower roof details and kitchen porch I've added to the side.
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  8. Here's a really cool dollhouse a couple have built during Covid. Well worth taking a look. https://www.instagram.com/minimodernhouse/ You can find photos on Twitter too by searching "mini modern house".
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  11. There are lots of ways to make shingles; sandpaper, construction paper, craft sticks for just a few.
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  12. I have a house that I got that had half the shingles on it....the best thing I did was rip off the existing and start over again with new shingles.....that would be my recommendation.
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  13. Well that is quite a pickle! I have to say this conundrum happens to me a lot! It will niggle at me until I just breakdown and start over......Can you even find matching shingles? Ripping them off can be a real pain, but shingles are fairly cheap .Do they come off easy? Did you save your receipt, next time your in town you can return them. You have got some pondering to do!
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  14. You can start an album now...which is a nice way to track progress over time. Use picresize.com to shrink images before trying to add them to an album. I look forward to seeing your build!
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  15. Hi! I saw the pictures of your Fairfield. Beautiful work! So much detail. A pleasure to look at.
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  16. well whatever rails you went off of are pretty cool! Love that peeling paper in the kitchen
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  17. Wow! The outside matches the inside. I especially love how you finished the outside. Let's hear it for blazing new trails!
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  18. That results in the best dollhouses.
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  19. I love all the weathering and aging. It looks great! Keep going!!!
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  20. Cool distressing. What is the house's story?
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  21. You did a beautiful job! It has loads of character.
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  22. You should be pleased, it is lovely! I want to see inside
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  23. From the album: Miscellanea

    We saw this in our neighborhood as we were out walking one morning last summer. It looked like something a clever dad had come up with for his daughters, using an old end table, though on reflection it might be purchased. I was tempted to take it home, but my husband said no! We did take a number of photos, though, so that it might inspire someone else who has a midcentury-modern-style laminate end table sitting around ... The blue triangular piece lying loose there is broken off from a corner of the roof at the back. Note that this playhouse is no longer available --
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  25. Hopefully I'm doing this right. It's my first "want to buy" post, but it's important to me. I know it's a long shot, but I am hoping to find a kit for a vintage Arrow "Big Wood Dream Dollhouse". This one: It was my first dollhouse, back in the 70s. My father built it for me and I loved that dollhouse, even though I only have one picture of it. Now that I build dollhouses myself, I thought it would be neat to get the kit and build it WITH him this time around. I can't go too crazy price wise, but I am definitely a serious buyer! So if you know
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