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Mid-life madness

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    Out where the sun always shines
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    Photography, Sewing, Miniatures,Gardening

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    Dollhouses are dreams

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    Carrie
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  1. You can buy thin (1/32") plywood and cover the floor. The start fresh https://www.amazon.com/Midwest-Products-Birch-Plywood-24-Inch/dp/B000BQWZFQ
  2. Hello Lynda, Like @havanahollysaid previously, a dry fit will answer so many of the "what if" questions you have swirling around . There is more than one way to build a house, and I do it a little different each time. As far as wall paper goes, I think the stairways in the Beacon hill will be the most challenging. Some people wallpaper before assembly and others after. Do the dry fit, and go from there. You can also do a combination of both. ~~~Good luck~~~ and don't get frustrated.
  3. Welcome Abby, The Keeper's house looks great. Thanks for sharing. We love eye candy around here.
  4. @Kells That Lace house is awesome! It would be fun to spruce up.
  5. Mr. Parker: He looks like a deranged Easter Bunny. Mother: He does not! Mr. Parker: He does too, he looks like a pink nightmare!
  6. Yes. I have one that doesn't light up, but I think there is one that even lights up!
  7. It looks great Grazhina. I love that house. I think about doing A Christmas Story house every time I watch the movie. I have a Ralphie ornament in the pink bunny suit I want to use.
  8. What a charming kitchen. You are so good!
  9. Very nice. Did you make this? The medallion is a nice touch.
  10. I love the beams! Very rustic
  11. Hi Debra, I have been to your blog several times. It is great to see you here. My husband's parents lived in our guest house for years. It was awesome, especially for my kids. They formed such a strong bond. Later my Dad lived in it, and my teenage kids learned all sorts card games and (some not so good things) loved his stories. He worked in the casino industry and knew how to deal every game. No doubt, your grand-kids will enjoy doing minis, and learn tons of skills.
  12. Welcome Stephanie I love that house. Here are some pictures of the house it is based off of.
  13. Welcome to the group Tiffany The Pierce is a great house and a few members are currently constructing or in decorating it. This is a great creative outlet for the artsy crafty set, you can use many real life skills in miniature making. I'm sure you will fit right in.
  14. I love white dollhouses.
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