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About floiceland

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Tyler, Texas
  • Interests
    My two granddaughters, Miniatures, sewing, knitting, architecture

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  • Dollhouse Building Experience
    Two
  • Real Name
    Debora
  • Country
    United States

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  1. Josiah Golden House, c. 1991, by Clell Boyce
  2. floiceland

    IMG 3654

    I sent Signazon my pdf file with my windows already sized. I asked that the colors be translucent. It was around $70 for 16 of them on an 8.5x11 sheet. That's less than $5 each. They are done on an adhesive decal that mounts on the inside glass. Before I installed it, I used clear embossing by VersaMark and clear embossing power by Ranger. When using the heat gun, you must hold it at least 18" or more away from the decal so that the edges do not curl. Your original should allow for a wide 1/8" black border around the decal for cutting.
  3. floiceland

    IMG 3654

    I sent Signazon my pdf file with my windows already sized. I asked that the colors be translucent. It was around $70 for 16 of them on an 8.5x11 sheet. That's less than $5 each. They are done on an adhesive decal that mounts on the inside glass. Before I installed it, I used clear embossing by Versamarc and clear embossing power by Ranger. When using the heat gun, you must hold it at least 18" or more away from the decal so that the edges do not curl. Your original should allow for a wide 1/8" black border around the decal for cutting.
  4. floiceland

    Rear of House

    Very pretty. I love the color combinations in and out.
  5. floiceland

    P1014316

    That is precious. I'm amazed that you can see the detail so clearly.
  6. Thank you for sharing this. It is very realistic!
  7. Hi Everyone, I have been pondering over printing transparencies for stained glass on my ink jet printer. I've been experimenting like crazy and still going at it. I don't like how washed out the transparencies are. What I've come up with that I like is to print onto 48 lb. vellum. You can buy it by the sheet at Kelly Paper. It dries fairly fast. Take a VersaMark CLEAR embossing pad and stamp your image. Next, pour on Ranger SUPER FINE DETAIL CLEAR embossing powder. You DO NOT want to use inks that have color or embossing powder that is aurora borealis as it distorts the detail. When
  8. Incredibly beautiful craftsmanship!
  9. floiceland

    Front Entry

    Thank you. It is my first build. This house is so large, it's like having to do four smaller houses.
  10. floiceland

    IMG 3584

    I'm so sorry that I didn't post anything to describe these windows. These are from a cd by print mini.com. The disc is $10 and includes a variety of files from wallpapers, boxes to stained glass. They are pdf files. I'm still testing out the method to install them permanently. I printed them using an ink jet printer on vellum paper (49 lb). I then used clear embossing ink and powder. I like them, but I think they can be improved with printing on a laser printer. I'm still working it out.
  11. floiceland

    IMG 3586

    I'm so sorry that I didn't post anything to describe these windows. These are from a cd by print mini.com. The disc is $10 and includes a variety of files from wallpapers, boxes to stained glass. They are pdf files. I'm still testing out the method to install them permanently. I printed them using an ink jet printer on vellum paper (49 lb). I then used clear embossing ink and powder. I like them, but I think they can be improved with printing on a laser printer. I'm still working it out.
  12. floiceland

    IMG 3587

    I'm so sorry that I didn't post anything to describe these windows. These are from a cd by print mini.com. The disc is $10 and includes a variety of files from wallpapers, boxes to stained glass. They are pdf files. I'm still testing out the method to install them permanently. I printed them using an ink jet printer on vellum paper (49 lb). I then used clear embossing ink and powder. I like them, but I think they can be improved with printing on a laser printer. I'm still working it out.
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