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I have recently come into possession of an unfinished Lawbre Rosedawn Plantation dollhouse, and I'm trying to find someone to take it off my hands. It's in really good condition, and has all the parts that have not yet been assembled. It also has a parts list and some installation instructions.
The date on the order is from 5/1/91, #3951 from the Lawbre company.
I've been told that it is a very sought after piece, but I'm not a miniaturist. I'd like to find a new home sooner than later for this massive miniature is taking up my garage space.
If you or someone you know would be interested, please reach out to me.
Hello, Mini Folks
I'm nearing completion on my Beacon Hill build and I am interested in learning more about distressing the wood shingles. If anyone has ideas, methods or links it would be great to hear from you... I'm planning on using the shingles that came with the kit. I've tested a vinegar and water solution soak - which produces a grayish color - but i would like to test other options before making a decision.
Thanks in advance
Finally!!! At long last, I am the proud owner of a Lawbre French Country Manor! Man, I never thought it would happen - I'd resigned myself to settling...why I built the Thornhill with a french country theme.
The owner is local, hence pickup only. Apparently health issues and wanted to offload it. It needs some major exterior paint color wash help to tone it down to what the Lawbre site shows as the finish. Its partially shingled...looks like its been years since its been touched. Electrified but who knows how good...rest of the interior unfinished. Some windows painted, but pictures are low quality so it looks like they are not so neatly painted I don't think all windows are done, so I will have to see....
I am grinning from ear to ear!!
By My Miniature Madness
I've been making a work bench for my little garage, and thought I'd share some How To's on my blog. Stop by if you'd like to give a scratch made work bench a try!