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  1. PapaJKK

    Window Closeup

    From the album: San Fran 555 Build

    Closeup of a finished window.
  2. This is a highly detailed Window ready for your dollhouse. Made of white PLA. Measures 3.18 x 5.27 x 0.59 Opening is 3 1/4" x 2 1/8" Print Time: 1hrs - 51min Can be found here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/112330858579 All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.This item is sold unpainted. This way you can add your own touch to your piece. This item is designed for 1/10 – 1/12 scale.
  3. I purchased an almost completely built Glencroft dollhouse at an estate sale. The only things left to do are the windows and doors. No directions came with the house. I have looked at a lot of pictures online but I simply can't figure out how to do the windows. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance.
  4. From the album: My First Dollhouse - Beacon Hill

    So the kitchen is dated so I wanted an older window, don't like the ones that came with the kit... this was a JOB.. It needed hardware, so came to the forum and searched window hardware, instantly popped up a great Tutorial by Amy, she used foil from a wine bottle, but I had some votives with nicely colored foil as the cup, it was easy to work with!
  5. Hey guys, does anyone have any great mini-maker shops with realistic hardware? Specifically door hardware, like door latches, strike plates, etc. Also, realistic door knobs, handles, pulls. I'm thinking along the lines of the hardware in Frances Glessner Lee's Nutshell Studies I know she had a personal carpenter make them for her, but I really want some realistic hardware! Or are there any great tips/tricks for making them? Thanks!
  6. From the album: Eternity Point

    This is a mock-up of the positioning. Did I do it right? Am a bit nervous gluing this lot together.

    © Lene Pieters

  7. From the album: Printables

    Print sheet on translucent vellum.(Important- Dry completely) .Cut out lampshade leaving enough extra to overlap and glue. Cut out like images in pairs, leaving a bit of a border around the outside. Fold in half, using a light source to line images up, back to back. Sandwich folded images between two pieces of stiff clear plastic. For suncatchers, trim edges with a narrow strip of copper tape folded around the edge. Poke small holes in the top corners and add jump rings and chain or cord to hang.
  8. From the album: CNC

    1/12 scale Left & cw: carved shingles, siding, window - over-cut grills! board & batten. over-cut again - battens too thin!

    © MP2013

  9. I'm ready to tackle all the little bits of door and window trim. Gina's blog has been super helpful so far, but isn't very explicit for newbies like me to figure out the whole itty-bitty setup. Interior kitchen/living room door: Is there any trim for this door? How do you finish it without trim? Just glue some skinny sticks on the exposed wood core? Or can I use kebab sticks? I have kebab sticks that are the exact thickness. Windows: Do I glue the acetate to the inside of the wall and then glue the inside trim over it? Or do I glue the acetate to the outside of the wall and glue the trim over it? And where do the window sills fit in relation to the acetate? Front Door: Is the nice-facing plywood side of the door backing supposed to show to the outside or to the inside? Mine has a rough texture on the back side, so I want to hide it. Since so much of it will be hidden by the door decorative trim, can I change it around or will it mess with the placement? Where and how do I glue the door into position? But I would love to show off the stairs and some of the interior, so would have to hinge it, but don't have the courage for pin hinging or brass hinges. I do, however, have some thin chamois leather to try and make hinge strips (as someone suggested in a previous post). Would I glue them in between the door back and door trim first? And then glue them into the wall trim (in between wall and trim)? Sorry for so many questions - but so many of you have helped with the build so far, I'd hate to ruin everyone's efforts with an uninformed rush job!
  10. rackey

    One Step Beyond

    From the album: Country House - Renovated

    Holly is saying good night to her new found friend who is one step beyond the window. She was going to open it to let him in, but he said that was unnecessary because he could simply go through the walls if he wanted to. The light behind Holly is a real-life light that is reflecting on the window. It is in my bedroom and not the dollhouse, but it looks like it's on the other side of the window.
  11. From the album: Country House - Renovated

    Ernest Hemingway or a weary traveler (or trick-or-treater) may find Grandma's dining room a welcoming place on a dark, October night. After a weekend consisting of a Halloween party, town parade, and costume contest, the family prepares to settle down for a warm and cozy evening.
  12. rackey

    Red Curtain Rods

    From the album: Mosie's Room

    It's the little things that make a house a home, and it is also the little things that make the big things stand out. I wouldn't have thought to paint the wooden knobs of the curtain rod red, but Mo did, and I love how they look.
  13. From the album: Mosie's Room

    Here is the box standing upright again and all set for the fall. Now that she "got her feet wet," Mo made the announcement that she is ready to take on a dollhouse. I am so excited, I can hardly wait.
  14. From the album: Mosie's Room

    The window box is now glued on the box. You cannot tell from the picture, but the opening of the box is face down, so that the window box can rest on a flat surface without being suspended.
  15. From the album: Mosie's Room

    Heather is looking outside. She is probably waiting for her other two sisters to come check out the place.
  16. From the album: Mosie's Room

    A friendly bear dressed as a candy corn for Halloween is peeking through the window. He wants to know if anyone is home before ringing the doorbell to say Trick or Treat.
  17. From the album: Mosie's Room

    This is the outside of my friend Mo's room box. Unlike most room boxes I have seen, this one has an actual window, and not just one with a picturesque backing. This way she can have shutters showing from the back. The blue shutters on the red backing match the room's interior. On the day I saw the house, Mo received her flower box in the mail. In this picture our friend Ann is holding it up for size.
  18. From the album: APEDOLLYs ORCHID D-HOUSE

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