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  1. Here's an Artply Highland in western PA. Fairly cheap. The seller is threatening to cut it up into room boxes of noone buys it. Please someone snatch it up! https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/849130942479266/?sfnsn=mo
  2. I agree that mini hinges are evil!! Worst part of the whole process for me. Thanks for the idea and link to fabric hinges.
  3. That's great- thanks!
  4. So far so good on that front. Hoping he doesn't destroy any of my houses!
  5. Hi all, What do you use for faux grass or dirt? Something that isn't messy or leaves little bits around that a puppy would snarfle up. (We just got a little one.) I've used sample squares/pieces of indoor/outdoor carpeting from Lowes, but looking for other options. Thanks!
  6. I'm so happy that you're so happy! It's a great feeling getting a new house. Have fun!
  7. I'm dying for this little shop/house. But it's a bit far from me and a bit too expensive. But maybe someone else can scoop it up. I think it's an old Walmer? Maybe? https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/3935980573102615/
  8. I haven't made those kits, so don't have any advice. Other than keep the ones that still speak to you and make you happy! It's good to be realistic and let go of the ones that you know you won't do. Good luck!
  9. Oh, I'm so glad! And now I can stop thinking about it! Can't wait to see what you do with it.
  10. Here's a reasonably priced Emerson Row. I really want it, but I can get another one right now. So someone here should snap it up! https://www.etsy.com/listing/976572431/greenleaf-emerson-row?ref=user_profile
  11. She's gorgeous! I love renovations, and would start with stripping it all down as much as you can, taking off everything you don't want or need. Peel off wallpaper and sand the floors, etc, and then build it back up how you like. Fun project!
  12. Yeah, I've been reading really old posts from mid-00s. Very fun! A lot of the links and pictures don't work, but I love the threads congratulating each other on getting a new house. Or comparing some of the prices back then to now. It's great. I will definitely start new threads when I have questions! Thank you!
  13. I've just been cruising the site and reading old threads and realized what an amazing group/forum this truly is. But also the wealth of information and knowledge from so many years of discussion is mind-blowing. As a newbie, whenever I have a question, I come to this site first to search for answers. So thank you to all the folks here asking and answering questions and sharing the mini love. The kindness and camaraderie is wonderful in a time of such uncertainty and hardship.
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