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1 hour ago, Beulah said:

Ok I may need a gluing jig, now that my Fairfield is only 1/2 scale. lol   Seems like a good excuse 

I was able to put all of my Fairfields' dining room furniture in mine to glue:

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I'm pretty sure nothing in my house is square or plumb....my kids tell me my house is crooked. It adds to the charm. I'll probably slip little dollhouse nap

Nothing in my real life house is square or plum.. in fact one wall leans out so bad that I can't put any high furniture on it. Where it touches the wall at the base it's about 4 inc

You might want to consider storing it vertical when not in use as mine ended up being a catch all tray sitting on my workbench.  I got annoyed at myself as I had to empty it every time I wanted to use

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You might want to consider storing it vertical when not in use as mine ended up being a catch all tray sitting on my workbench.  I got annoyed at myself as I had to empty it every time I wanted to use it.   

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Mine goes on the bottom shelf of my workbench; nothing's in it except magnets and the sheet of waxed paper that lives on the bottom.

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I have a piece of plastic with a printed grid in the bottom of mine. I got the grid at a quilt shop and cut it to fit. It's handy to have a measuring guide right in the tray.

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1 hour ago, havanaholly said:

Is it thin enough for the magnets to hold?

Yep. Doesn't interfere at all. Very thin.

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10 hours ago, Mineejv said:

I used graph paper under my wax paper....

Well, DOH! and two headslaps, I can do that!

3 hours ago, Sweet said:

...Great idea to protect the bottom with a sheet, I will have to remember that tip! 

If glue leaks out the waxed paper keeps it from sticking to the jig and peels right off.

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On 3/23/2021 at 10:41 AM, Keifer said:

You might want to consider storing it vertical when not in use as mine ended up being a catch all tray sitting on my workbench.  I got annoyed at myself as I had to empty it every time I wanted to use it.   

100% sames

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On 11/1/2017 at 11:33 AM, WyckedWood said:

Has anyone used the device called 3rd hand or helping hand? It's a contraption with a few holding clips and magnifying glass. Various price ranges depending on quality I guess..thinking of getting one, 

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I bought one at the fair and I absolutely love it, I paid about $12

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