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On ‎7‎/‎6‎/‎2018‎ ‎10‎:‎54‎:‎55‎, fov said:

....the experience was a good reminder that almost anything you think is a lost cause in miniature can be fixed if you put your mind to it.

 

I agree!  I have a workroom below my kitchen and several years ago the dishwasher leaked and flooded the kitchen, so of course the water ran down pipes that ran thru the floor and poured right onto my dollhouse in progress.  I wasn't nearly as far along as you were, but the walls were warped and water stained.  I was so disgusted with the mess that I quit working on the house until recently.  I guess I can't avoid the itch to make minis for long!  And repairing some of the damage has given me some great ideas for bashing the house.

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I scrapbooked for years before i got into dollhouses. I have tried so many papers to print...my very favorite, that has the best color, is untextured scrapbook cardstock that's high quality used for printing out your design after you've made a digital page (and bonus acid free). I can't remember what it was called specifically but the color is right on - just as bold as you see it on your screen, no fading, rich colors. I would experiment with that and with some of the nicer weight HP or Epson papers - had another from them that wasn't scrapbook paper that was almost just as nice..I might be able to find the name of it tomorrow but it's bean so long since I've ordered those papers.

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