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Contrary Housewife

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  1. How delightful! Twig furniture has been made for doll houses for over a hundred years, maybe 200. While I don't think yours is that old, it is a craft with a history. The hollow legs and arms almost remind me of bamboo, which would certainly be flexible enough at the growing tips to make that chair back. I couldn't be certain from a photo.
  2. Similar product, but no. They are on Facebook as "Jon the Builder". I have PMd you.
  3. Sorry this took so long. These are the folks I was thinking of. I don't believe they have a web site. Jandkmins@gmail.com
  4. You might be able to get mini glass jars at dollar stores (or whatever they are called in New Zealand) or at places where nail art supplies are sold. Look for something like this: https://www.dollartree.com/assets/product_images_2016/styles/xlarge/227438.jpg or like this: https://i.pinimg.com/736x/8f/1d/80/8f1d805261306ebc0932cbeef847386e--glitter-bottles-mini-bottles.jpg You can dump the glitter out and paint the bottles white. There is a vendor here in the US that sells very inexpensive pewter minis, including apothocary jars. Ironically, I have a few I am painting to look
  5. Hello! Try the search terms "Federal", "French Empire" and "Neoclassical". I think only the English called it the Georgian period. I know there are some Federal period room boxes that were very nicely done. Your bachelor, if he wasn't getting meals at the pub would likely have a servant or local woman fetch in some basic foodstuff, bread and cheese, perhaps an apple, maybe a meat pie at lunch if he was working especially hard. So if you wanted to place some miniature food in the apartment, there would be some options.
  6. I found these videos on youtube the other night. She does several different makeovers using cheap unpainted wood furniture. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFqwpZeABroH_hFO88UW7IA
  7. Hi Linda, I also have a Pierce in progress. There are photos in my album. I have my instruction sheets and would be willing to help you identify parts and find replacements. IMO the porch will turn out nicer with replacement parts from Hobby Builders Supply. Mine was damaged in moving and I plan to use sturdier posts and rails to rebuild it. http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/?app=gallery&module=gallery&controller=browse&album=5485
  8. I'm taking the doll class again. Hopefully this year I can finish it during class. Anyone else coming?
  9. I was at the Masterworks event last year. There was so much amazing talent on display it made my head spin.
  10. Anyone coming in for this? http://miniatureshows.com/
  11. Biscuits and scones are very similar, the US biscuit tends to be savory, while scones tend to be sweetened. Biscuits can have herbs, cheese, jalapeno peppers, green onion and other things added to them. When made plain and served at breakfast they can be eaten with butter, jam or honey, much like a scone. Split and topped with hot cream gravy and black pepper they become the classic country dish "biscuits and gravy", which is something of an art form in the south.
  12. I found a stamped brass charm of the right size at Hobby Lobby. I made a push mold out of Sculpey and then was able to make a bunny from that. Took some gold foil off a fancy piece of chocolate.
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