My first dollhouse is built!

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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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