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    Denver, North Carolina
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    I absolutely love building and decorating dollhouses, and I really enjoy wallpapering my dollhouses. I also enjoy my family, my job, planting flowers, , etc. I am an avid reader as well. I also enjoy re-doing "real" houses, including wallpapering, painting, and just basic refurbishing.


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  1. Beautiful! I love the colors!
  2. Hello! I'm here, safe and sound!
  3. Paperclay for the inside, which can be textured any way you want, and it's very lightweight.
  4. Spray paint melts Styrofoam. Wanna know how I know? Yup. I did it, so don't use spray paint on Styrofoam...
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    Thank you! I'm actually finished with this set up, except for odds and ends that I'll do as I find them.
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    Madison and Adams

    Putting the Madison and Adams together on a base.
  7. I'm no help because I HATE roofing! But if I had to choose, I like the thicker wooden shingles.
  8. You can glue the windows on top of the paper. However, you're still going to have to trim the paper from the window opening itself. Unless you want to pre-cut it. I just never do that as it's easier for me to trim the windows out after the wallpaper is installed. Everybody has to find their own "groove".
  9. I think I found it... http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/?app=core&module=search&controller=search&tags=Follow%20LPCullen%26%2339%3Bs%20Orchid
  10. I also built and blogged the Orchid but I have no idea how to get there...
  11. Hmmm. I don't have an answer for this because I use hardwire--I don't know how it works I only know how to make it work. So I'm looking forward to hearing the answer on this question...
  12. Maybe try a "dirty wash"? Take half a cup of water and put 2 drops of black acrylic paint and 2 drops of dark burnt umber acrylic, stir well. Take a stiff bristle brush (if you don't have one a regular works ok too) and just brush it on the bricks. Takes the "shine" off and makes it look more used. PS, if one coat doesn't do as well add another....
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    Amyole, I struggled with that. I kept wanting to add a "rail" but decided against it ...
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