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  1. From the album: Shabby Chantilly

    Yay!! The stairs are in. The install gave me serious anger issues but I finally got them in.
  2. From the album: Shabby Chantilly

    Taking a break from the exterior and working on the inside. I tend to jump around and I never go in order. I used wall patch first instead of joint compound. The texture it thicker making it easier to work with. I love using cosmetic sponges to apply the paint.(they are super cheap at the dollar store)...I used vintage white, antique ivory and beach sand. I aged it using the beach sand color followed by my favorite ink pad (course brush dipped onto the ink pad). The ceiling is made from cardstock. Then I used a hot glue gun to make designs to resemble old ceiling tiles. It is coming alo
  3. Samusa

    Rustic Candelabra

    From the album: Mini Furniture Rehabs & Builds

    So here it is with a first coat of paint (Americana Chalk Paint in "Rustic" of course. ) I dropped it while I was painting and it went flying across the room. It broke apart in three places and didn't go back together as well due to the arms being too heavy while the glue was drying... So, now it's a bit wonky. Good thing I wanted rustic.. lol Not sure what to do with if from here. I was thinking I was going to paint it Chalk white and then rub it off here and there for a shabby look but now I'm indecisive. Thoughts? Now what do I do for candles?!?
  4. From the album: Mini Furniture Rehabs & Builds

    I got inspired to make a chunky/rustic candelabra for my dollhouse. (it would really help with my timeline, if I stopped getting sidetracked and just stuck to building the house but.. anyhooo. ) This is it before painting. It's made of fluted silver beads, flower jewellery spacers, earring hooks with bead and wire spiral detail an oblong wood bead. A small piece of a tiny turning and the base is some kind of fastener that I got in the sewing section of Spotlight (sorry don't know what they are called).
  5. Im working on my Tudor Cottage again and realized that Im at the point in the journey (its been several years due to real life) that I can start daydreaming about interior decorating. Started the master "LIST"...love lists....anyway, thought it might be fun to brainstorm together, not just for my benefit but just for fun and maybe would help others too. This is a rustic cottage using the Dura Craft Tudor, no one has moved in yet but the vibe I was going for is kind of storybook/wind in the willows/cozy English cottage/hearth witch. I stated "shopping" list but many items are handmade
  6. From the album: PorcelainPoppy @ Etsy

    Version Two of my popular deer mount now available!

    © PorcelainPoppy 2014

  7. From the album: Works in Progress

    Working on a deer head mount.

    © porcelainpoppy2013

  8. From the album: Works in Progress

    Just made this little guy today. Waiting on glass eyes to arrive in the mail and we'll see the response! I am really excited about this project!!

    © porcelainpoppy2013

  9. Brand new etsy store just opened with a variety of handcrafted miniature taxidermy! Great for creepy victorians or rustic cabins! More to come soon!
  10. Dalesq

    Spring Fling 2013

    From the album: Smokey's Place, Spring Fling 2013

    Another experiment. Playing with "woodsies" as siding for a rustic look. I need an easy cutter if I'm going to do a lot of this because the cutter I used hurts my hands to squeeze it this many times. I wasn't going to show you the whole front, but then I thought, "why not?" :lol:
  11. From the album: Scenes & Other Minis

    2 mini Faux-metal bowls 3 mini Plain brown paper bag bowls 2 mini Faux-Tin can vases I made many of these, but this is the set available on eBay; http://www.ebay.com/...=item417d5c6fa3 Real materials/process; They are made from up-cycled paper/cardboard, that has been rolled into tight coils, formed into various shapes, and held together with plenty of glue. After drying, the "Faux metal" bowls/vases are painted with gesso, sanded, and then carefully painted with metallic/other acrylic paint, in a style that creates a faux- tarnished metal effect. The "Paper Bag" bowls are left their natur

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  12. thelittlethings


    From the album: My Witch's Cottage

    So I had never put working lights in any of my dollhouses until this one. Oh my gosh, I was so excited!! It's far from being finished, but I couldn't resist setting things up. There is another floor upstairs that is going to be the bedroom. I'm still waiting for its light.
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