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  1. I’ve listed on eBay some handmade items and things from my stash that I won’t be using, including both 1:12 and 1:24 items. Thanks for looking. https://www.ebay.com/sch/dal.gd12012/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
  2. Okay, so it took six years and it's not quite finished ... but since it's being packed up today, I took some photos and have posted them on my blogspot blog. Here is one for a tease. You know I'd rather be messing with minis, even if just photographing them, than the packing and sorting I really should be doing.
  3. Dalesq has been asking some good questions about the White Orchid here: http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=35994 I also have this kit! Although I'm personally not scheduled to build it until fall 2015, I'd love to collect information and ideas along with Dalesq now. Information regarding glues, tips, etc. Also, some of the links to previous White Orchid builds are broken. If you've built one, could you please add the link to your gallery/photos in this thread? That would be incredibly helpful!! THANK YOU!!!!!!
  4. If anyone has a GL White Orchid kit that they want to sell please PM me. I'm not interested in buying the completed house, I want to build one, so I'm looking for a kit.
  5. Welp Ive been seriously busy this morning! I had to make up for no mini building this past week! I worked on my Emerson row too, but I wanted to post about my White orchid first! So basically the exterior is finished now. I glued all the windows and attached them... Added all the trim. And I finished up the ivy on the roof! I bought my ivy from michaels, it came in a big box with nothing but ivy leaves. I was going to cover the entire roof but i think that would have been a litte to "over kill". On the roof that is on the back i decided just to add a "trim" of ivy. at first i put a bunch of sunflowers on the back to, but it really just made it to busy.. I might add a few more touches here and there, but for the most part this house is done. I do however still need to make the furniture!
  6. First off.. Happy New Year Everyone! I wish you all a wonderul successful year! So since this was a 3 day weekend i wanted to take the opportunity to work as much as I could on my White Orchid because I would really like to get back to work on my willowcrest. So I started on attached the porch railings, trims, and the rest of the roof... After that I turned the house around and glued down the upstairs hardwood floors. This didnt take much time at all. And I think it came out looking pretty good... after that I attached the back side of the roof. from their I glued together the downstairs kitchen bay window. Thats all Ive done so far.. I might go back in there and work a little later. But my finger is still pretty messed up so my use of my left hand is pretty limited. Anyways please let me know what you guys think! I always love to hear your opinions! -Jenny Edit: Silly me for thinking I was done working on the WO for the night.. I ended up going back to my work station and got quite alot done. I finished gluing all most of the trims, and built and attached the staircase... And last but not least, a "group" shot with my Willowcrest :wub:
  7. ok where did i leave off last time? well im not sure so I will just do a general update. The downstairs is completely wallpapered and the hard wood floors have been glued down. after I was done with that I glued the 2nd floor on and began wallpapering the upstairs. Tonight I started to work on the exterior some more. I started off gluing the porch base together and attached the railing, door frame ,etc. adding all the trim was very easy. the instructions were very straight forward and i didnt need to do much if any repairing at all. and last but not least I hurt myself pretty badf tonight :wub: All week caleb has been telling me to be careful with my new exacto knife.. and tonight while i was triming the edge of wallpaper my handf slipped and the exacto knife went straight through the side of my middle finger. its pretty bad, i took out a really big chuck of skin. im hoping i dont need stiches. we are going to my moms house in the morning to help her take down her lights and im going to have her taker a look at it (shes a nurse) so we'll see. anyways on top of that we are out of bandaids!!!! :wub: so i had to use some gauze and some of my blue tape anyways so that is all for tonight. im sorry i didnt type much, i know this entry is mostly pictures. But my finger is hurting (also please excuse all typos as well, lol) good night everyone!
  8. Wow I got ALOT done tonight.. I am very pleased with my results So lets see.. Last night, I finished punching out all the pieces and put them in their labeled bags. Tonight... tonight i went to michaels and had myself a little shopping spree I bought some wallpaper, some glue, some spools of thread for decoration and a few other things. O ya i guess i should mention what the theme of this house is.. well before I do that let me introduce ... Tinkerbell, the White Orchids new resident :wub: This will be "Tinkerbells Cottage" the outside will still stay true to its beauitful whiteness. but the inside will be homie, and will have the appearance of tinkerbells hideaway.. the furntiure will be a little big for her, spools of thread everywhere, thimbles, sewing needles. There will be ivy and flowers growing all along the side of the exterior. Its going to be very cool! So tonight I started out gluing the 3 main pieces together. I had bought some quick drying glue and when I put the first bit on the base i realized that it was not clear glue... opps. so i will not be using this glue. after that i started wallpapering the living room walls. I used my quick dry glue and my exacto knife to trim the window frames and the sides of the walls. after i was finished wallpapering the kitchen and living room i glued down the wood floors... After the floors and the wallpaper was glued down i put the sparkly transparent wallpaper i bougt for the downstairs ceiling.. After that dried i attached the 2nd floor base to the house, let it sit and dry for a few mintues and began to wallpaper the upstairs.
  9. Last night I just couldn't resist... I opened up my White Orchid box!! And let me tell you I am in LOVE with the material it is made of!! :wub: No mess, easy to punch out, this house is going to be a dream to build!! So I started out seperating all the pieces and putting them in labeled zip lock bags. Its very refreshing to work on a little house after taking all the pieces out on my willowcrest. So much easier to orgainze and start. I totally recomend the zip lock bag orgainzing method. Very trackable. On each bag I put: -the name of the pieces -the sheet they are from That way I can just refer back to the instructions if i dont remember where it goes!! its idoit proof!! Well thats it for now :wub: But I will mostlikely be updating this again tomorrow since I plan to work more on this beauty tonight!
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