Going to or have just brought a Dolls House

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Hi,  Your photo links don't work. I am not sure how to help you as I have been missing so I don't remember how to load them.  Someone will come along and help. Or go back and try again?

Cheryl 

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Let me try something here, I am going to just copy a photo by right click copy and the come to the post here and right click paste.  Lets see if this simple way might work for you. OK see that works!

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