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  1. I am building the Pierce, and can't figure out which piece goes where in the dining room entry. Does the slanted piece go nearest to the front door, or on the kitchen side? I don't want to glue it down and have it be wrong. Thanks !
  2. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    This is the other side of the stairs. The wasted space under them bothers me too - so I think I might try to make use of it by making a built in shelf or some sort of secret cubby hole.
  3. Hi, I've been reading this forum's content as an unregistered researcher since February when I first experienced a personal surge of interest in miniatures. This came about as a result of an online auction purchase of an (unseen) Greenleaf Westville Cottage Kit. Still boxed, and I guess vintage (circa 1990) I won the bidding, got it home and peeked inside at the shocking sight of an unassembled dollhouse kit. Yikes. I knew enough not to remove it from the box until I learned what I was supposed to do with it. Quite a lot, it seems. It's mid-April and the k
  4. WyckedWood

    fairy house

    From the album: WyckedWood Home of The Jewel Thief

    Looks so cool with the snow around it.
  5. From the album: WyckedWood Home of The Jewel Thief

    The fairy house is holding up well to our winter weather, it’s snuggled under the roses. Everyone keeps saying I should add white lights. I’ll try when we add the Christmas yard decor.
  6. Shareb

    kids-room2.jpg

    From the album: My Pierce

    The kids bedroom almost finished! Loving this - so pleased with it!
  7. From the album: My First Dollhouse - The Pierce

    The beginning of a new obsession.
  8. dsrtdrifter

    The Wiring

    From the album: My First Dollhouse - The Pierce

    Wired the house. It's ugly but it works.
  9. dsrtdrifter

    Pierce Front

    From the album: My First Dollhouse - The Pierce

    My yard sale find. Front as was started by previous owner.
  10. From the album: My First Dollhouse - The Pierce

    Stairs removed. Started wiring.
  11. From the album: My First Dollhouse - The Pierce

    The stairs as were built by the former owner.
  12. From the album: Greenleaf Pierce

    Pierce potential bath layout. Looks pretty blah so far. I'm not set on the mirror, it might be too fancy. It might look better painted white. It might be too small. I'm open to suggestions on filling this space.
  13. From the album: Greenleaf Pierce

    WIPs. This is a Michael's hutch. The top half will become kitchen cabinets. I am painting the interior white and will do the outside in "golden oak" to match the rest of the kitchen. The bottom half is an experiment in making a custom cabinet surround for a 'vintage' pedestal sink. It needs a little more shaping and sanding and will be painted white.
  14. From the album: The Pierce Garage Sale Find and Kit Instructions

    These instructions are old and basically falling apart. The instructions come on one sheet of paper that is 20"x18" and printed on both sides, so in order to be able to scan it I had to divide the sheet into 4 seperate parts. After scanning I used Microsoft Paint to put the pages back together again. In order to reduce the size of the file I had to resize the picture to 15"x10". What I mean to say is that you need to download both pictures onto your computer in order to view them correctly, cuz in here they look to small to be readable.
  15. Shareb

    attic-started.jpg

    From the album: My Pierce

    The attic room started....
  16. Hi all! I have spent quite a bit of time tidying stuff up and now I've begun to furnish the rooms! Because the kids attic bedroom is so small - despite my adding on to it, I wanted to build 'built in' beds. Well I am absolutely thrilled with how well they have turned out! I have started to work on the rest of the attic also. It's going to be Val's space for crafting and for apothecary stuff. Beginning to really enjoy this process!
  17. Well, I have spent a month or more getting ready to start my Greenleaf Pierce! By the time it got to 27th Dec - my 'D' day, I was starting to procrastinate because I became terrified of starting! After creating my workspace yesterday - hubby having bought me a 10 drawer metal file cabinet and he cut a good heavy board on which to build the house - today really was the day! After feeding various people's cats (it's summer holidays here) and putting away all the Christmas decorations I finally opened the box and started my Pierce. Okay - so I didn't get very far. I have the base gluing and
  18. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    I got this bedroom set from my husband about 10 years ago. It was about 1/5 of the regular price because the bed was broken. I fixed the bed tonight and decided to see how everything fit in what I consider the master bedroom of the house. I don't know how people could live with such tiny spaces!!! I had to shove my armoire into the bay window and everything is so squished together. I was not happy with this arrangement (or any others I could come up with). When I was younger I dreamed of moving to a big city, buying a big scary old house and living there all by my eccentric se
  19. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    I ripped out all the interior walls of the 2nd floor and spent hours and hours staring at my house trying to imagine all the possibilities. I love all the fancy trim in old victorian type houses, but I HATE the teeny tiny spaces. So this house is going to be and old victorian that has been remodeled to reflect more modern times. Open spaces, modern plumbing, and no weird printed wallpaper! This is supposed to be MY dreamhouse after all!
  20. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    This back corner was challenging - I needed arms about 2 feet longer with a few more joints in them so that I could bend them every which way to get in the furthest corner where the stairs will come up. If only this website had existed 20 years ago where I would have discovered how much smarter it is to create these templates BEFORE you glue the majority of the house together instead of AFTER!
  21. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    I should be able to lift these paper borders out and place them onto a sheet of poster board to trace around making a full floor template. My intention is to make my own hardwood floor on the poster board out of strips of wood laminate, staining and varnishing to my liking. Then I can lay the flooring down and glue if needed. I plan to wire for lights, so the flooring will cover wires running around for the floor below. I'm not sure if I want to glue the floor down permanently or not yet. I may just leave it laying there to make wiring issues easier to solve. It depends on how well it la
  22. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    I figure what works in RL should work in miniature so I used the same method that I used for creating the template for my kitchen floor when I cut and installed new flooring myself a few years back. I laid strips of paper around the borders, taping and folding as I went. A few cross pieces here and there keep everything square (or in the case of my 100 year old house - NOT square!) when I take it out to lay on my choosen flooring.
  23. From the album: Tig's Pierce Progress

    This is a close up of the stairs for the Pierce. I never liked the flat splindles - so I have decided that they HAVE TO GO! I'll be chopping them off and adding real spindles and a nicer hand railing.
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