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Summersethomes

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About Summersethomes

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  • Birthday 01/09/1958

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Ohio
  • Interests
    Dollhouses, roomboxes, mini food, Beagles AND our new boxer lab mix named Cooper, 6 toed cats, model car customs, doll customs, robots, polymer clay figures..the list is endless

Previous Fields

  • Dollhouse Building Experience
    Five or more
  • Real Name
    Marisa
  • Country
    United States

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  1. its very pretty, I cant wait to see the inside. did you put lights in it?
  2. its very cute, I wish I could see the inside (hint)
  3. measure twice and cut once..youll never get anywhere if you don't try and if you screw up just cover it wood putty
  4. we went to my sister in laws, my hubbys mom isn't doing too well and she gets confused by large groups so the siblings will eat upstairs with her and the rest of us will be in the basement and have food later when they take her back to the home. we weren't supposed to talk about politics/religion or the military because her daughter and son in law have ptsd and it would unravel all the work they did with their therapist (neither one of them has seen combat they were both stationed in the states but we have to abide by the rules.) as it turned out they didn't show up ...lets see what happens fo
  5. has it realty been 10 years? I remember the first day I saw her blog and how much it helped me. Im going to miss her
  6. .. those do work and they work great with air dry clay, you can buy it at walmart, I soften my polymer clay with a pasta maker just put it on a thin setting and roll it out like pasta! I had some old sculpt that had dried out so I used baby oil to bring it back and the pasta machine (hand crank type you can get that at walmart too for about 20 bucks) remember anything you use for clay you can never use to cook with.
  7. what a great dollhouse, I want it too :)
  8. hello and welcome to the forum, I cant wait to see photos of your project.
  9. now thats something I can use, I didnt know that jewelry hinges existed. thanks for the tip :)
  10. it's very cute, you did a great renovation on it.
  11. Hello and Welcome I gave my dollhouse to my neice because I thought I would be spending more time with her but my brother got divorced and my dollhouse went off to his Mother in laws housse and Ive never seen it again. at least you have yours to love again. Ive been thinking about my old one a lot lately and I think I can probably make a replica (Ive been told I can do anything I want and I believe that now) but Ive got a lot of things on the back burner that I need to finish first and Rich has been complaining about thse house so ive got to clean up a little bit more I have a whole
  12. its beautiful, Ive never seen anything like it
  13. its so cute and tiny, Ive never worked on anything that little
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