Dollhouse You Tube Videos

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9 hours ago, Treedydi said:

Here is a quick video that I made with my phone. My haunted dollhouse. It's a little crude.   https://youtu.be/x9aFiKvB0vw 

Great video. I love the details in your house and the wide variety of its occupants. The cobwebs are very realistic. How did you make them?

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I totally enjoyed your boney family and the attention to detail.  You got a lot more age on your cast iron cookware!

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9 hours ago, Shareb said:

Just found this on FB.  Fantastic work!  https://www.facebook.com/miniaturesbyjune/videos/347040312757994/

There is a longer video, narrated by June, showing how this demilune table was made. See it here. Fascinating! Interesting to note, she mentions that she hopes to earn a living with her craft, but her on-line shop has nothing to offer. She is scheduled for two Tom Bishop shows in 2019, though, so maybe she is keeping back her inventory for the shows.

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1 hour ago, KathieB said:

There is a longer video, narrated by June, showing how this demilune table was made. See it here. Fascinating! Interesting to note, she mentions that she hopes to earn a living with her craft, but her on-line shop has nothing to offer. She is scheduled for two Tom Bishop shows in 2019, though, so maybe she is keeping back her inventory for the shows.

Wow, she makes it look so easy. I'm so excited... I just realized that I'm going to be in Anaheim that very same weekend so, yay! I'll make sure to stop by her table and drool all over her stuff.

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Thanks Kathie - I'll have a look!

5 hours ago, kokomo said:

Wow, she makes it look so easy. I'm so excited... I just realized that I'm going to be in Anaheim that very same weekend so, yay! I'll make sure to stop by her table and drool all over her stuff.

Drool... :drool2:  Lucky you!!

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"The dollhouse of death that changed forensic science" by Vox.

It might surprise you to know that the origins of Crime Scene Investigations (CSI, NCIS, etc.) was Francis Glassner Lee, referred to as the "mother of CSI". She used dollhouses as a very morbid training tool for police recruits.

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Links to articles about Frances Glassner Lee's work have been posted from time to time by members.

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