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Shareb

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About Shareb

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    Creative Kiwi
  • Birthday 06/08/1972

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    Female
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    Auckland, New Zealand
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    Mum to two amazing young adults. We all love being creative in different ways.

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  • Dollhouse Building Experience
    Five or more
  • Real Name
    Rebecca
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    New Zealand

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  1. Hi Clifford, Like Carrie I wire mine differently each time. For a room box I did recently for a friend, I ran the wires out the back and created a little box like a pump house on the back which stored the battery holder. For a large house I created space underneath by gluing on spaces. I ran the wires down the inside walls behind paneling or through drainpipes on the back from the attic. I then connected the round wires to the tape wire on the bottom and hid everything under there. For another large place I landscaped, ran the wires down through the floor and through the foam that fo
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    Looks fantastic Nell!!
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    That blue is divine and the dress is gorgeous!! Lovely face!
  4. The building I used for my Apothecary was from Dollhouse Direct. The first kit didn't include everything I'd ordered so they sent the extras to me. It was a pain as I had to wait for the postage - and that was prior to Covid! However they were okay to deal with. The Malibu house is gorgeous but I imagine they're pretty expensive!
  5. Interesting! There are quite a few sellers on Etsy now who sell both Art Nouveau and Art Deco styled furniture kits. I've bought a few recently from a fantastic guy in the Netherlands. Beautiful furniture. Plus mid-century modern as well.
  6. Isn't it Fanaberia off Etsy Keith??
  7. I'm going to be building a mid-century house from scratch. But interesting to see that there are plans available.
  8. Hi Karen - I don't believe they've changed. Personally I have found the instructions for every GL kit I've done, difficult to follow. I'm a visual person and far prefer working from pictures. I find it exceptionally hard following the written instructions and usually have to read them through several times before I figure out what I'm supposed to do!
  9. Hi Sonya - I've been miniaturing now for about 7 years. This forum is a wealth of information and I relied heavily on the amazing miniaturists on here for the first few years. Since then I've met other amazing people via Instagram and Facebook. It's certainly not a dying art and the group I'm friends with on IG are mostly younger people. Some can be quite careful of sharing their information - especially if they sell their art and I completely understand that. But as Carrie states above - there are many amazing blogs out there. Here's a couple of really good ones for you: Brae fro
  10. I used paperclay for the first time this year and love it! So versatile! These look excellent!
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    Florals

    They are beautiful! You have done such an amazing job on those!!
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    Storybook to Finnish Cottage

    I am modifying a Storybook cottage so that my lovely Finnish lady Tynne can live there.
  13. I think it's freaking awesome!! Obviously I haven't been watching your photos as closely as I should have been!
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    I loved my Sindy and Barbie dolls - I would have LOVED this as a kid! You are doing such an amazing job!
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