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  1. 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
  2. From the album: Trying new things

    Here is my latest house, delivered to the customer. This is a half scale (1:24th) Log Mansion. The base kit is the Alisha Dollhouse by Laser Dollhouses with alot of bashing and additions. Paperclay stonework interior and extierior. Plaster and beam interior, blood sweat and tears! More on ye olde blog! Minifanaticus Blog

    © Minifanaticus

  3. Dalesq

    Tudor Cottage

    From the album: Tudor Cottage, 1:24 Buttercup Bash

    This little cottage is inspired by an image of a real cottage that I found on the Internet. I'm using a slightly bashed 1:24 Buttercup. It's shown here in dry fit with paper stonework for the mock up. I've removed the front roof overhang and cut off the fish scale scalloped roof edge. The front narrow arch windows will be covered by "stone." I've used pieces from the kit to fill the openings.

    © DAL Minis

  4. lisajo

    Stonework

    From the album: Rose Marie

    Stonework Tutorial - http://onceuponadollcollection.blogspot.com/2014/07/stonework-tutorial-dollhouse-part-9.html
  5. lisajo

    Stonework

    From the album: Rose Marie

    Stonework Tutorial - http://onceuponadollcollection.blogspot.com/2014/07/stonework-tutorial-dollhouse-part-9.html
  6. I have been collecting the refreshment trays when we go to the movies lately. I noticed that they had the same elements as egg cartons, only thicker. I started using them this morning on Daisy's Cottage. They work great and have more dimension that the egg cartons. Lately the egg cartons are getting thinner and thinner. The trays are thicker, but still can be cut and glued just like the old egg cartons. You can see them on my blog this morning. Can you tell that I'm pleased? Poke "My Blog Changes Daily" to see.
  7. My poor little half scale lighthouse has been languishing, half naked, on a shelf in the studio for well over a year. I lost momentum thanks to all my health issues and had closed the door to the studio until recently. I'm working my way up gradually and even tho I won't hit the same level that I used to, it feels soooooo good to be able to do just a few minutes a day. I've started by completing my UFOs---two quarter scale fairy houses and this half scale lighthouse. I researched stonework done on the east coast for an article about brownstones for the Gazette and the beauty of that stone captured my imagination. The end result is a mixture of three types of stonework combined into what my historian friend assures me is an accurate representation of an east coast lighthouse. The fun thing is that I custom built the 1:12 scale "Point Luck" lighthouse for this same friend which was a totally different style and yet still historically accurate. I love how one kit can be so many things! But onto the eye candy! You can find the "Half Scale East Coast Lighthouse" in my gallery here or you can see a few more detailed pics on my website here. Someone asked me about the full scale lighthouse so here's the link for it if you'd like to see how the two vary from one another in more than size. Oh, I almost forgot the teaser pic! LOL!! Deb
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