My first dollhouse is built!

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wow, just beautiful 

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oh my goodness it's just wonderful! I wish they would have made the kit in 1/12 scale..it's way too little for me to make now that im one of the old gals :(

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Ashley, I absolutely love EVERYTHING about your house! It's stunning! The details you put in this has made it a true masterpiece! 

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hi, wow this is so lovely i have this as my first dollhouse too.

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Liola, please post an introduction in the Newcomers' Forum.

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Absolutely GORGEOUS!  I'm almost done my first build and it's...well, nothing like yours :) I think I love your sketches most of all. I think you could print those smaller, and frame them to put in your house, like architectural drawings. They're just beautiful and really show off your artistic ability. 
Thank you for sharing!

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Very very special, and it is stunning. My maiden name is Fairfield and  I have been planning doing this house for many years, the small size put me off but I have found recently that bigger is not always better and your house is telling me to get going. I grew up in a vicarage that had a secret room in the tower .

Thank you for sharing, it is an outstanding job, truly magical,even my favorite colors!! Well done and well done again.

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