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  1. From the album: Beacon Hill Haunted Mansion

    A close-up of the chimney on my haunted mansion. Did finish with air dry clay (distressed white color with Ranger distress liquid spray in Walnut). Stone made using cardboard packaging material torn into pieces. Glued with "Quick Grab" glue (I used this glue on everything except my wallpaper, for which I used "Yes" paste and another similar paste, I forget the name of but I think "Grandma" is in the name) onto the clay. Didn't wait for clay to dry first. The next day, I dry-brushed over with acrylic paints (grays, browns, white). After that I painted over with mod podge to seal and harde
  2. From the album: Beacon Hill Haunted Mansion

    Left side and front exterior view of exterior as of October 31, 2017
  3. From the album: Beacon Hill Haunted Mansion

    Front view of exterior as of October 31, 2017
  4. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    Today I did a little maths and figured out the size of the cantilever off the porch for the redesigned front stairs. I've glued my three flights of stairs together and mocked them up here. I still have some tweaking to do, but I like how they are turning out. I think I will have the top flight as painted wood with railings to suit the porch railing (which I will be changing). The second and third flight of stairs will either be completely bricked in a brown tone brick or have bricked risers and and "concrete" slab treads. You can't really tell here but there is a decent window well un
  5. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    Today I did a little maths and figured out the size of the cantilever needed off the porch for the redesigned front stairs. I glued together my three flights of stairs and mocked them up here. I moved the second flight of stairs back in line with the top flight as suggested by @Debsrand56. You may also notice that I've managed to tone down the pink stonework... That is if you aren't distracted by the hellacious bloodbath on my foam! (Well, not really, but as you can see I've also been working on a tree and the colour of my air dry clay is.. erm.. unfortunate... Not to worry crime sce
  6. Mary S.

    corner blocks

    From the album: Little Gray Orchid, finishing touches

    carved a design in heavy chipboard, can't see it here, but should show up after paint
  7. Mary S.

    screen molding

    From the album: Little Gray Orchid, finishing touches

    stock at DIY store less than $2 for 8 feet. Can be split lengthwise easily 5/8 x 1/4
  8. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    I'm in love with Paper Clay. I used Das and it was pretty easy. Time consu,OMG but relatively easy. I used about 3/4 to finish off half height of the house and the interior fireplace. i can totally see getting addicted to designing a house. I love doing that with Life size houses
  9. From the album: 2014 HBS Creatin' Contest--Erabliere Aucoin, Sugar Shack and Shop

    "Corrugated tin" roofs in red, typical of Québec where the Aucoin family is from, are in place (the roof on the shack and the shop are both designed to be removable); the bamboo "siding" is stained and aged; front door to the shack, shutter-doors on the shop, windows, dormer, and cupola are all completed.
  10. From the album: 2014 HBS Creatin' Contest--Erabliere Aucoin, Sugar Shack and Shop

    Many rustic buildings in Québec have a thin vertical wood cladding on their exteriors that I adore the look of. Of course, the fictional Aucoin family is in Thorny Rock, Maine now, but I think over the years they might have decided to re-side their sugar shack—maybe when they added the shop on—and they might have craved a bit of home when they did so. So the shack and the shop are both sided in this thin cladding. I got the look with thin bamboo strips—bamboo placemats are fairly inexpensive, they have strips of just the right scale, and they come in many colors so you might find e
  11. lisajo

    Exterior progress

    From the album: Rose Marie

    Update on the progress of the exterior. I just bought the 4th bag of 350 shingles to finish the roof soon, hopefully. Just a little more shingling left to do. I painted the porch area in front of the house dark gray to get ready for the flagstone treatment.
  12. From the album: My Tennyson

    Reworking my Tennyson exterior. Adding siding & better porch railings.
  13. From the album: Country House - Renovated

    On a dollhouse, gutters are not just a place for leaves to gather. - They are grooves that hold Plexiglass that will cover your attic and still allow people to see the interior of the house. For the bottom floors, the Plexiglass rests along the back of the house. The slant to the roof keeps the Plexiglass in place if it should lean forward. If you look to the right, you will see the straight corner of the Plexiglass, which I can move to either side or remove to get access inside the house. The top sheet of Plexiglass also slides in and out easily. The Plexiglass is neat, easy,
  14. From the album: Country House - Renovated

    When I brought the house to the Dollhouse Factory, the porch was really a mess. Here it is all glued and painted.
  15. Lips

    Scrappy finished

    From the album: The Scrappy, dollhouse made of scraps

    I finally finished building the thing. I'm happy it's over with. My goal was to use up all the stuff that wasn't used building my McKinley and not to spend any money on it. The not spending money part meant I'd be having to cut my own molding and stuff like that. I knew I didn't have enough shingles to cover the roof so I ended up using cut up pieces from a cereal box and coloring them with colored pencils. I could go on and on with all the "micky mouse" things I came up with. All in all the house is sturdy and ready to be played with the last thing to do is put up
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