oznickolaus

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About oznickolaus

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  • Birthday 07/18/70

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Eden Prairie, MN
  • Interests Wizard of Oz memorabilia, Vintage Christmas Decorations, Nativity Scenes, Hummels, Acting, Singing.

Contact Methods

  • Yahoo oznickolaus@yahoo.com

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  • Dollhouse Building Experience None
  • Dollhouse Preference I like them both
  • Online Community Building Projects Yes
  • Digital Camera Yes
  • Real Name John Nickolaus-Johnson
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  1. I'm super annoyed.  Drove to the only miniatures shop I knew of in my area and found them closed...gone....out of business.  Yet their website is still active and claiming they are at the address I went to.  I was hoping to do some recon on wiring for my house.  Grrrr.....

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    1. jbnmini

      Dang.  How annoying and disappointing!!  So sad that this seems to be the trend with our brick-and-mortar stores.  :(

    2. KariW

      I agree. So frustrating.

  2. Willow - parlor left

    I love the bannister and staircase.  Did you design and build that?  Or was it a kit?  Premade? John
  3. Ok, I punched out the first pieces need to part one of step one.  I sanded them and dry fit them.  Time for glue.....I think.

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    1. nuttiwebgal

      you might find it easier to wallpaper before you start the gluing....get the pencil ut and mark where the walls floors and ceiling are and what room/wall is what so after you paper it all fits back together...save all your trims and windows for last! good luck and enjoy!!!!

       

    2. oznickolaus

      Thanks "nuttiwebgal".  I glued it together already because I was told I needed to have this part done before I could start tape wiring it for the electricity.  Then I should wallpaper and ad the flooring.  So, I see how this work out.  It's a learning experience.....