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Has anyone built something using these windows? I coveted them for a long time and finally got some, but I'm surprised at how very big they are. They seem more suited to a Barbie house ... They look like a more elaborate style than what's on the Willowcrest. Does anyone have a project to share? Thank you!
Hello All, Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved playing with dollhouses, playhouses and puppet theaters. The surreal time we are all living in with this pandemic has made me reflect and look back at the fond memories and nostalgia for a simpler time of endless hours of fun playtime. Even though I haven't built a wooden dollhouse kit since I was 12-years-old, I have always been the crafty DIYer type of person that enjoys to do projects, so doing an advanced house wouldn't overwhelm me nor using an x-acto knife scare me. Recently, I purchased a wonderful turn-of-the-century "Grande Dame" house, but it needs fixing up after a long time of neglect by previous owners. Thus, I thought why not do the home restoration along with building a miniature house concurrently. My friends and significant other think I am crazy, but I know that I will find all the support here. There are plans that I have been considering and open to any of your suggestions. I have been a long time lurker of this forum and have enjoyed reading many of your posts, the information has been very informative. Thank you for reading.
From the album: Tudor Cottage, 1:24 Buttercup BashThis tiny jewel is an Edwardian Fern Case kit made by Robin Betterley. I don't believe it is available any longer in half scale and was a gift from April :wub: It's from the Lydia Pickett series (called Wardian Case), and rather than painting it in the shabby chic style that the kit shows, I wanted to do it in stains to match the furniture I'm thinking of using it with. I realize I have (shall we call it) an eclectic taste in mixing furniture styles.
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