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  1. From the album: DIY Miniatures

    I had to bring my dollhouse outdoors for better photos. I just returned from Hobby Lobby. They have been asking me to consider teaching classes there. I finally brought my Sugarplum Dollhouse and some of my felted creations. They were all blown away. I'm so happy they liked the results. So now I'm in my craft room designing a flyer. I just created a Facebook Fanpage. I'll be teaching classes on "How To" with basically everything I have made and will make in the future for my Beachside Bungalow (which they sell and are happy I will be promoting that house). So i have
  2. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    can you see the Windchime and Bird Feeder? So much more to do. Have interior decor, minis to make, lighting, exterior flowers, etc.....
  3. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    Added casters to this little table and now I have a cute end table to display my dollhouse in the great room.
  4. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    This miniature landscaping is so much more involved than the interior. I'm so perplexed as to what I should do. But I will admit I do like the tree
  5. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    No judging. I'm just starting the process. And yes, I will be doing a tree but lots to do to make a lifelike tree. Just trying to get an idea for layout and height. I found his YouTube guy who does model building for some kind of game like Dunheons and Dragons. He has some great ideas, especially with trees no stonework. I also opted for the mossy fairy garden grass. I want it neat. I looked at the grass rolls, and grass carpet and they looked too consistent. I want variation and thickness since I'm making raised beds. If you has any inspiration, please share. Thi
  6. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    So I made a smaller chandelier.....but I actually like the style of the other. This one is slightly different. I'm going to have to stick with this as it is tedious work. I think the size is a bit better. I wish this house had taller ceilings. My next house has to high high ceiling or I have to modify it somehow. what do you think for sizing?
  7. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    I love this table. Still have to make a pulley hook for f not and detail wheels a little more but it fits perfect and was exactly the look I was going for
  8. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    I am starting to prep the exterior for landscaping. Don't know what direction I am going in. But the egg carton front walkway is done. I made a diagram of layout, cut pieces and numbered them. This seemed like the easiest way to achieve the layout. Any suggestions of what you think would look good would be appreciated. Going to go hit Michaels and Hobby Lobby for grass, landscaping material, etc.....
  9. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    I am starting to prep the exterior for landscaping. Don't know what direction I am going in. But the egg carton front walkway is done. I made a diagram of layout, cut pieces and numbered them. This seemed like the easiest way to achieve the layout. Any suggestions of what you think would look good would be appreciated. Going to go hit Michaels and Hobby Lobby for grass, landscaping material, etc.....
  10. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    First let me apologize for typo errors. My iPad has a life of its own with auto correct. so my interior is becoming more cost everyday. I love this house so much. One because it is small enough for me to display but also because I learned so many techniques. I don't think I'm going to keep the fur rug upstairs. I was trying to replicate those furry area rugs but this is too thick. I might just make a jute rug. A few more things to make, lighting, little miniature fillers and I'll be ready to play with the garden. I can't wait. Thank you to everyone here for
  11. From the album: DIY Miniatures

    I received my solder tool but don't know how to use it yet. But that is not going to stop me from creating furniture pieces for my dollhouse. For all you industrial lovers out there, here are industrial kitchen stools that are very on trend. Hopefully I can pull this off. Follow along if you want similar decor
  12. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    So the couch is done and I love it. I recommend chalkpaint for the leather look and feel. It makes it so much easier to work with and make a couch.
  13. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    Honestly........this has to be the most frustrating miniature light I've ever made. Waiting for the Epoxy to dry so I can repaint. And after all this, I'm almost positive this is too large for my Sugarplum Dollhouse. Ugh.......so mad. I have to start over for correct sizing. Maybe next time I can figure out how to electrify i think it's too big. I will make another one at a later date. Spent too much time and not motivated to do it all over right now. Have to get busy with curtains. do you agree it's too big?
  14. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    today was one of those days that nothing was working for me. I was having a difficult time with everything I chose to take on. I should have stopped but I kept pushing on only to get more frustrated. after two days I finished the upstairs fireplace. Not thrilled with bookcase color. I tried to wash off my dry brush but wasn't too successful. I tried to sew so,e pillows but ,y sewing machine was jamming up. Just didn't have the patience to work it out. So pillows on the bed will come later this week. i will say I do like the bed. I have a lot more dressing to do on it but I th
  15. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    The Bed is pretty much finished and I really love the size. It fits perfect
  16. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    !ade a little distressed bedside table and "Farmers Market" wood sign. The best part for me is decorating and I'm pretty much there. I just have to figure out how to make smaller minis.
  17. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    today was one of those days that nothing was working for me. I was having a difficult time with everything I chose to take on. I should have stopped but I kept pushing on only to get more frustrated. after two days I finished the upstairs fireplace. Not thrilled with bookcase color. I tried to wash off my dry brush but wasn't too successful. I tried to sew so,e pillows but ,y sewing machine was jamming up. Just didn't have the patience to work it out. So pillows on the bed will come later this week. i will say I do like the bed. I have a lot more dressing to do on it but I th
  18. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    today was one of those days that nothing was working for me. I was having a difficult time with everything I chose to take on. I should have stopped but I kept pushing on only to get more frustrated. after two days I finished the upstairs fireplace. Not thrilled with bookcase color. I tried to wash off my dry brush but wasn't too successful. I tried to sew so,e pillows but ,y sewing machine was jamming up. Just didn't have the patience to work it out. So pillows on the bed will come later this week. i will say I do like the bed. I have a lot more dressing to do on it but I th
  19. From the album: DIY Miniatures

    i painted the whole bed with a Dove Grey Milk Paint. It's got a "shabby chic" kinda feel. Will work good for now.
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    From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    trim work is in progress. I can't really completely finish it until the lead tape roll arrives so I can finish the front window and door pane. Still trying to figure out how I'll finish around the rounded door top. I don't really have much room to work with since door top is close to ceiling.
  21. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    finishing touches of kitchentte. Using jewelry finding for light pendants and wine bottle holders on each side wall. im not thrilled with trim around window so think I'll find a different wood and matter ends. Legs on bar look cracked because nothing is secured down
  22. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    I decided to have another try at the Farm Sink. I used cut Balsa wood, Gesso, Acrylic Paint, and last I'll use the dura Clear Gloss Varnish (which I haven't done the varnish yet). I am so thrilled with the way the sink came out and especially the faucet. I made the faucet from polymer clay, wire, wood dowels, and toothpicks that I have painted a metallic bronze. I just love it. I decided to repaint the hardware on the cabinets to match the faucet. I hope my sink comes out as shiny as one of the links that were posted for me. if anyone wants more detailed instruction
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