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Brezavaqt

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Brezavaqt last won the day on December 16 2019

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About Brezavaqt

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    Mini Venture Capitalist
  • Birthday July 2

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    http://brezworldmini.com
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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Waldorf, Maryland
  • Interests
    Miniatures, Reading, Writing, and Riding My Motorcycle!

Previous Fields

  • Dollhouse Building Experience
    Five or more
  • Real Name
    Sabrina (Bre)
  • Country
    United States

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  1. Just curious...has anyone heard from Myra and the possibility of the Timberbrook line? I am searching for windows and am having NO luck. :-(
  2. I just acquired one today for $30!! I am so pleased to see yours!!
  3. Brezavaqt

    Bullet hole detail

    WOW!!!! This is awesome!!! :-)
  4. You have done a fantastic job on this house!!! Thank you for the inspiration. Ironically, I pulled my incomplete one out yesterday and said I was going to attempt to complete it. Dura-Craft are not easy to put together; you have made this look SO easy. So, know that I am doing a bow to you. And welcome to the group! You have definitely started out in here with a BANG!! :-)
  5. Very impressive job with the shingles!!
  6. WOW!! Wonderful detail!!
  7. Thank you for the inspiration. I just pulled this one out of the garage to finally complete. You have given me hope!
  8. Outstanding job hiding the tapewire!!
  9. I haven't seen it, but someone else posted about this (raving about it) on Facebook. For me, it doesn't matter what type of floor I use, I always use a template so that I can pull my floor up easy if I have an electrical issue. Plus, it doesn't damage the flooring as a whole!
  10. This is super cute!! Lol. Perfect backdrop!!! :-)
  11. I have searched the forums and cannot find the answer, so here I am! Hi Everyone!!! I am working on a front-opening Country Victorian dollhouse. When I received it, someone had already wired the front opening with the tapewire and made sure that it was connected to the hinges. Now, my issue is, I have no clue as to how to start the regular tapewire process and how to connect the two. Do I go ahead and put the junction splice and tapewire in the house as normal, but connect the new tapewire run to the hinges that already have the tapewire? I checked the handy dandy Greenleaf Gazette and only see an article for hybrid wiring and not tapewiring with a front opening-like how do you start after the front-opening has already been done? Here are pics of what I mean... Thanks everyone, truly appreciated. I can't continue to put this house together for my cousin until I get it wired correctly!! :-) *And I am up for the challenge!!! **I hope this makes sense! Bre
  12. Beautifully done! I love the Queen Anne. I finally got one after 10+ years of dreaming and wishing!!
  13. I am SO impressed; you said this is made of foamboard??? WOWSERS!!!! <3
  14. Brezavaqt

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    I love this!! What are your spindles made from?!
  15. You read my mind...because I was wondering if you had some!! :-) I'll go check them out now!!
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