My Miniature Madness

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About My Miniature Madness

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  • Birthday 12/18/68

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  • Website URL http://my-miniaturemadness.blogspot.com/

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  • Gender Female
  • Location Spanaway, WA

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  • Dollhouse Building Experience Five or more
  • Dollhouse Preference The Traditional Greenleaf
  • Online Community Building Projects Yes
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  • Real Name Jodi
  • Country United States

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  1. Hermitage, dry fit

    What a fun little house! @shannonc60 's designs are truly magical, and one day I will finally get one into my queue! Have fun and please share loads of photos!
  2. LOVE RESIN!

    Looking great! You can also use hot glue in these molds - cheaper and quicker!
  3. Braxton Payne

    Just wanted to add my 2 cents worth on my experience buying from BP. I went through his regular website: http://www.braxtonpayne.com/2017_Publish/2017_Publish/2017_HOME.htm Ordered over 20 pieces of pottery on a Sunday and had them by Wednesday. They are remarkably delicate and perfectly scaled. They were carefully wrapped, and he even included a key chain attached to a tiny resin 1/144th scale house to paint. The shipping was only like $4.75, too. Needless to say, I'll be placing another order Soon!
  4. My Rosy Bungalow by the Sea

    Super cute Roxy! I love every detail and the whole color scheme! This one's a treasure to be sure!
  5. Who did the crazy brick?

    Very cute Storybook, Luanne!
  6. Who did the crazy brick?

    Maybe Shannon's Duddingwell's from the Rik Pierce class she took? http://shannonsminiblog.blogspot.com/2017/09/back-to-duddingwells.html
  7. What are you up to today? This week?

    Sending healing thoughts and hope the recovery seems to go by quickly, Jackie! Baby wipes, deodorant and Shower To Shower powder may just be the best solution for the next few days!  Hope you have something you can do with your hands - TV really sucks these days, especially when you have nothing else you can do!
  8. French shop attic or roof space?

    How about cutting a hole in the center and adding something like this: https://alphastamps.net/products/2-story-room-box-french-quarter-open-roof?variant=12342519889999
  9. What a year it’s been...Thank you!

    You are a welcome and valued member of the community, Keith! Your ideas and skills are so interesting, and I know there are many like me who feel lucky to have connected with you here! Looking forward to whatever you come up with next!
  10. rsz-fire-pl-w.jpg

    Carrie you are on a roll now! It looks fantastic, and the photo really does look real! 
  11. BeaconHillHallDRLR01.jpg

    Great work on all those trims!!! Those angles aren't easy, and they look fantastic! The floor came out great, too!
  12. Which house is this

    Hi Cyndi - That is so nice that you'll be rehabbing the house. I'm sorry to hear of your SIL's passing. It is the DuraCraft Columbian. I completed mine from an old kit last fall. Yours might be a little tougher, since you'll have to paint around window frames etc., but you could always go gingerbread like I did so the frosting will help!
  13. Doll House cake by the CAKE BOSS

    Just shared this with my SIL and told her our passions could play together. She owns http://www.justbakedslo.com/ and makes some very unusual and amazing cakes, too!
  14. What to do when interest in a project fades....

    I don't always finish everything - in fact, I sold the Sugarplum after only completing the interior and exterior - no decor, because I just wasn't excited about it any longer. My New Orleans is sitting about 1/3 finished, and I have two flower shop room boxes, interiors papered and decorated,  that have sat for over a year. This is supposed to be fun. Not a race and not a chore. Get rid of the guilt and just move on to something that does excite you. You can come back to the Pierce someday, or never. If never, there's probably someone out there that will be happy to buy it with a lot of the construction already done. For me, smaller projects that can be completed in 3 to 4 months is about all my interest and attention span can handle. I like many varied and short term projects to choose from. Remember, this is all about enjoyment!
  15. What are you up to today? This week?

    Where there's a will there's a way, lol!  We generally tend to go camping, but this time we actually stayed in a hotel for two nights. It was very nice!