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Ms Meg

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  1. The outside looks great!
  2. Thanks, everyone! I'm delighted to have so many experienced builders to learn from.
  3. Hello! I'm pretty much new to building miniature houses; I have purchased a Radmark "Whitney" dollhouse (built from a kit, glued solidly but not always accurately and someone made a stab at painting) which I am now rehabbing. It may never be done: every time I turn it on it's side or back I see something else that needs work! When I declare this one finished, I will start on my mother's custom built dollhouse. It is smaller than 1:12, downstairs ceiling is 7" and upstairs is 6". It opens in front and has 2 rooms and a water closet downstairs and 2 rooms upstairs. I think I've falle
  4. I love seeing these and am learning a lot about building the Glencroft from following all the builds on this thread. Thanks so much for sharing you trials and triumphs!
  5. I am currently rehabbing a Radmark Whitney, which I bought at a thrift shop for $20.00. It had been assembled and glued very securely but not always accurately. Someone (probably an 8 - 10 year old) had painted parts of it white in a hit-or-miss manner and started to parch together some pieces of wallpaper on one of the walls. It's turning out to be more work than I expected, but I'm learning a lot! Most of the pieces for the furniture which came with the Whitney were there, with minimal instructions, but the really are too small for the house. I'm hoping I can use some in my mother's d
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