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JuliesBoyz

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About JuliesBoyz

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  • Birthday 03/03/1967

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    Female
  • Location
    St. Louis, MO

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  • Dollhouse Building Experience
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  • Real Name
    Julie
  • Country
    United States

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  1. It was a small case for miniatures (I got mine as a freebie from my local mini shop). Then I made up some spreadsheets to look like the earring display board and reduced them to the right size. The actual "earrings" are pieces of nail art (bought from the local $ store), glitter, bits of chain, thread and the like. It was a lot of fun to make, but it took forever! I averaged one side per day and all four sides were finished (the silver got some glue spilled on it so that is never facing out!) I needed a magnifying light, tweezers and a lot of patience! Glad you like it!!!!!!
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    Julie's Jewels

    HBS Contest Entry 2010
  3. Thanks, Cathy! I also did the logo in the window. I had plans to make it on some carrier bags, but never got around to it. Didn't really have a spot to put them, either as the inside was sort of "packed"!
  4. The clock was actually a really ugly looking clip on earring! I thought it looked a lot better as a clock! lol
  5. Thanks, all. The stones are polymer clay. I took a couple of colors (i.e. a little brown and a lot of white) and rolled them together but left them with some variations, still. Then I pressed them out into thin sheets (maybe 6" by 12"), baked them and then broke them apart. By doing a bunch with different colors, I got a lot of variations in the stone colors which I thought turned out pretty. They were then glued on the walls and grouted with paintable caulk mixed with brown paint. Because of "raising the roof" I had to do something to hide the serious irregularities in the walls. I was
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    Dollhouse rescue

    Lucky find! Can't wait to see progress pics!
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    your attic is gorgeous!!
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    What do the windows look like? Must be dormers, right??
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    They came with the kit but not the little "wrought iron" things -- those were purchased separately. Thanks!
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    East Side Townhouse

    A record of my build of the East Side Townhouse by Real Good Toys
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    bricks look great!!!
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    love your stained glass .... sigh!!!
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