otterine

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  • Gender Female
  • Location Illinois

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  • Dollhouse Building Experience Five or more
  • Dollhouse Preference I like them both
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  • Real Name brae
  • Country United States

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  1. Lighting Question

    Those look like the parts that come in Chrysolite kits, though I have never used the components to wire like that.  I usually just use LEDs with the Chrysolite parts to make more modern lamps.
  2. Natasha table

    Wow!  Gorgeous!   
  3. the bump out with a mini Kitchen in it

    I love this idea!  Beautiful work!   
  4. P1010062.JPG

    Cute house!   
  5. Gothic Fireplace progress

    Stunning!!!!   
  6. Dining Room Fireplace now nearly done

    Beautiful!    I've always loved this paper.
  7. Is Mrs.C Olympia Dukakis?

    You are so right!    This is a fabulous photo, too!
  8. Chimneys with Magic Brik

    Oooooh, aaaaah!    
  9. Door hardware

    Thanks so much!   
  10. Library lighting

    Thank you!   
  11. Faux outlet

    Thanks so much!    I made an outlet, drilled a hole for the lamp wire, made a faux plug and then ran the wiring as usual.
  12. Ceiling lamps

    Thank you!   
  13. Library lighting

    From the album Watson Mill

    To install the Ray Storey floor lamp, I made one of my usual faux wall outlets from copper card stock.  I finished the wire with a false plug, added a receptacle cut from stickers from HBS, and ran the wire up the outside. The ceiling lamps on the first floor are new old stock ceiling light kits by Illinois Hobbycraft.  I spray painted the metal rings Krylon Antique Bronze.  They are wired with LEDs from Evan Designs. Since I put the wallpaper in prior to installing the ceiling board, I needed some small crown molding to finish the upper edges.  I stained this Minwax Driftwood to coordinate with the other finishes.

    © brae oktober

  14. Ceiling lamps

    From the album Watson Mill

    The ceiling lamps on the first floor are new old stock ceiling light kits by Illinois Hobbycraft.  I spray painted the metal rings Krylon Antique Bronze.  They are wired with LEDs from  Evan Designs.

    © brae oktober

  15. Faux outlet

    From the album Watson Mill

    To install the Ray Storey floor lamp, I made one of my usual faux wall outlets from copper card stock.  I finished the wire with a false plug, added a receptacle cut from stickers from HBS, and ran the wire up the outside.

    © brae oktober