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  1. this is really beautifully done! I love your color choices and your attire and brick work is the envy of the week!
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  2. I love all of the details. The brick and lattice foundation is an unique outstanding detail. Kudos to you for such a lovely house.
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  3. Simply stunning inside and out. @Emerald is right there are no words to adequately praise this house and your talent!
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  4. The RED is amazing!!! Cannot wait to see the roof
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  5. Look at Lady Tynne!!!! She is fantastic and her bag is so specially made
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  6. Thank you for sharing your precious ones...look at the spring bulbs!
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  7. Your 1/24 is amazing and the DETAIL is beyond words
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  8. Welcome Cayce, For wallpaper, a cheaper alternative is scrapbook papers. They go on sale at the major craft stores all of the time... I recommend this blog by Kris Comfort. It will inspire you to make your own furniture...http://1inchminisbykris.blogspot.com/
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  9. Thanks! It's all done with cardstock/poster board. I bought a large sheet of black poster board that I'm using for all sorts of things. I traces the triangular shapes onto the cardstock using the wood piece from the kit the roof sections were punched from. Glued one side at a time, trimming the edges once dry. I then cut four 1/4" wide strips for the corners and thinner strips for the vertical seams. Once all the strips were glued on, I painted with a mix of silver and black paint. Finished off the base edges with thin basswood strips I painted white.
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  10. I went with a metal roof look for the tower rather than shingles. It ties in with the bay window roofs now. The finial isn't finished - it needs a base to attach it to the roof; however, I might scrap it and make a fancier one. Not sure yet....
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  11. Thanks! If I remember correctly it’s either an inch or 1 1/8”
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  12. Thank you! It’s starting to look like a house. The stairwell will have to wait until I finish the great-room. Well thank you, you’re not too shabby yourself. The glass can be a challenge at times but I just love the look. Why thank you, that’s very humbling.
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  13. Thanks! It's as close to the traditional Falu red that I could find. First time I've done board and batten and it was surprisingly easy and quick! I have a whole bunch of them on the wall! That's one thing I do with my projects. Once I'm done they all come down and the new ones go up. Have to say I'm getting very excited about my next build. I have heard through the grapevine that you might also be entering this year??? Hard to paint around the windows and just as hard to mask. The second coat will go on today and I will mask as well as possible. I've never thought about having a red house - it's only because I'm copying traditional design that I have it. It does look good though! Out of my comfort zone!
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  14. Ready for warm weather!
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  15. That looks great! Are you keeping the door red with the design? The design reminds me of Laplap/Finland.
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  16. I printed the sailboat painting before I had a frame. Now that I have this frame, I have to re-print the sailboat to fit better. Other than that, this room is done.
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  17. It's not easy getting all the details of this tiny room in one photo. Pardon the mess in the background.
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  18. I finally dressed the bed in master bedroom.
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  19. A very challenging room to decorate, but I am pleased with the result.
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  20. Here's how they look on the front door of the White Rose. http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&image=101629 For Tudor Cottage I did a pin hinge. http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&image=110738
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  21. I use Realife Miniatures item 822 flush hinge. They are 1:12 scale but very very small. I find them on eBay (they come six to a pack). They are good scale for door hinges at 1:24. They are about 1/4 inch long and 1/8 inch wide per side. But you may want to just pin hinge your doors, etc, because it's easy and looks good. With pin hinging you don't have to worry about gluing your hinge closed either
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