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  1. How would you make this?

    @MikeUK finally remembered what I wanted to ask you. I'm sure there are others here who could answer this too. if you were going to replicate this chair stool, how would you do it? I want this style for my kitchen. I'm waiting for a solder tool I order but that won't be here for awhile
  2. Hi I live in upstate NY, Albany area and I’m looking to hire someone to finish building my daughters dollhouse, The Beacon Hill.  It was started about 8years ago, but the gentleman that was working on it passed away.  I estimate that it is about two thirds to almost three quarters of the way complete, it’s mostly the windows and trim, finish work that needs to be done, painting, wiring some wall paper and flooring, etc.  Does anyone know of anyone that I could hire to complete it?  I’m willing to take it to towns within a 1-2 hr Drive of Albany to get it completed.   Please contact me via email at njmitchell529@gmail.com thanks.  
  3. Beacon hill bay windows

    Hi! Has anyone ever attempted to build the bay windows and THEN install them on the house? Did it work, what were the difficulties and adantages of doing it this way - if at all possible?
  4. Rounded Doors and Molding

    I couldn't figure out what to do with the door (I didn't like the plan wood door included with the Sugarplum) so I decided to make a unique door with polymer clay. But now I'm having the problem of molding. I want to do molding around door but not quite sure how to achieve the rounded top. Amy suggestions? Also, what do you use for Windows? thanks in advance. BTW, the polymer clay worked like a peach for anyone who is having a similar problem. Great way to create your very own piece (for whatever)
  5. Kitchenette additions

    From the album Sugarplum Dollhouse

    finishing touches of kitchentte. Using jewelry finding for light pendants and wine bottle holders on each side wall. im not thrilled with trim around window so think I'll find a different wood and matter ends.  Legs on bar look cracked because nothing is secured down
  6. Chimney fully painted

    From the album Sugarplum Dollhouse

    After researching a ton on the Internet, I decided to experiment with foam bored to create a brick facade. It relatively easy and inexpensive. I painted the chimney in a base color with acrylic paint
  7. Painted chimney

    From the album Sugarplum Dollhouse

    After researching a ton on the Internet, I decided to experiment with foam bored to create a brick facade. It relatively easy and inexpensive. I painted the chimney in a base color with acrylic paint