(((((FAIRFIELD PICTURES)))))

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Hey guys,

my boyfriend just figured out how to post my pictures!

Here is the inside of my fairfield. I customized it because i didn't really

like the original setup. I also added a spiral staircase, metal railing, and alot of lights!

the couch and the chaise lounge was hand made.And thats all the furniture I've got so far.

I still have a long ways to go, so

any suggestions?

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OUtstanding, Sher! I hope you'll share your technique for the banister.

Nutti, look! Sparkles!

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Nutti, look! Sparkles!

I see I see

Love it and all the other lil things she has done!

great job!

nutti :whistle:

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Sher, that's a remarkable house! Can't wait to see what else you're going to do to it. :whistle:

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Very nice, Sher -- I'll be on the lookout for more! :whistle:

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Hi, I love your creativity. Your dollhouse looks great. I'm also woking on the Fairfield.

If you need somewhere to upload your pics you can have your own picture album on Picture Trail, which will let you upload all your pics. Then just paste your album link, and we can see too.

Great job! God bless.

Rocio

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:whistle: Wow!!! That is gorgeous!! I Love the lights and the stairs! It is so elegant! I can't wait to see the rest!

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It is beautiful, I can't wait to see what you do with it next....I plan on doing a Fairfield after the first of the year.....

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Oh My Goodness!!!! This house is totally Beautiful! I absolutely LOVE it. Thank you so much for sharing the pictures.

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The bottom of the banister is the back piece of an earring (which the top is cut off of)

Then I twisted some wire with needle nose plyers, stuck it in the top of the earring piece and super glued together. Then super glued the pieces up side down to a coffee stirer that I painted white. After it dried I turned it right side up.

It took a while, but its worth it!

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It took a while, but its worth it!

It certainly is! Mini thanks, the earring backs were what I was wondering about. Well, that & wondering where DH has stashed his wire-bending jig...

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Beautiful absolutely beautiful. I love your winding staircase. Did you make it from scratch?

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it will only let me post 2 right now, I'll try to post more as soon as I can!

As soon as you've made five (5) posts I believe you can open an album in the gallery. You will want to resize your pictures so they'll load.

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Your house looks GREAT!!!! Nice to see a different decor theme to a house...more mod

All the lights in the stairs reminds me of my cruise wedding in Feb.....the Grand Atrium's stairs of the Carribean Princess are all lit like that :w00t:...

Hope to see more pics soon

Jack'sgurl

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Yes,

I did make the spiaral from scratched.

I cut wood triangles

and use coffee stirers as trim around the wood triangles

and then caulked and painted white

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Sher, it looks great!! You are off to a fantastic start. I can't wait to see more of it.

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That's just lovely :Jumpy: You have a very original approach; I love the sparkly stairs. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the house.

Well done :o

Jackie

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How in the world did you do the stairs. Very impressive and you can sure tell a lot of work went into this. Also how did you do the metal balusters. Great job.

Kat

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Sher answered both these questions on the first page of this thread :)

How in the world did you do the stairs.
post #18

Also how did you do the metal balusters.
post #13

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Really nice! I like the changes you made to the layout. It really opens up the house.

Looking forward to more pictures! :o

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