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Hello.

My name is Jaimie; I received a Magnolia for Christmas! Many moons ago I painted,shingled and decorated a wood finished dollhouse but this is taking it to a whole new level.

I'm excited; looking forward to scanning the forums to see what tips I can get.

Thanks, all!

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Welcome to our little family, Jaimie!

You will find lots of information and folks ready to give help, hints, suggestions and plenty of encouragement during your build! Looking forward to seeing the progress on your project. :)

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Welcome to the little family, Jaimie. The Magnolia is the last group build and blog the building team did. It is as elegant a build as the Glencroft. There are several lovely Magnolias in the Gallery. Do check out Joy's: http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&album=6100

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