This project is a 1:24 scale lasercut kit called the Nutcote, designed and made by forum member Shannon at Red Cottage Miniatures.
I'm also building several furniture kits for it, also by Red Cottage Miniatures.
This is a Greenleaf laser cut Chantilly 1/12 scale. I jump from house to house. When I get stuck on one....I move to the other. I am going for a French shabby chic but who knows how it will end. I am making my own tiles and stone flooring for this one.
Building the Greenleaf McKinley Dollhouse with just a few modifications. My thanks for those who have shared their building of this kit. I have learned a lot from their pictures and blogs. A special thankyou to Gina who is currently blogging her build of the McKinley on her Facebook page, More Minis Dollhouses.
Husband, again, will be doing the wiring. The false walls of this build will help hide the electrical wiring and terminal block.
Bought this Beacon Hill Rehab in October 2017, but did not start working on it until this weekend. Husband told me this time he expects me to help more with the electrical so I can learn how to do it. We will see how that goes.
Built from the 2009 Spring Fling kit and inspired by Jen's (Intrinsicat) Loganberry Mill.
I will keep the full scale aspect and make this more of a fantasy build in the vein of Roland's Retreat. This will also be a mill rehab with most of the inner workings of a proper mill long gone and replaced with the cozy decor of its current resident, Gustav, who is an otter with a thirst for knowledge and culture.
Due to the size of the Dragon that my husband gave me I had to expand on the house size . so The new Fairy house is the Pierce . It will have a Dragon Nursery not he third floor . This will be the first house I'll do out of Paperclay. I'm really excited as it will be colorful and very aged .
Resurrecting this ACP Victorian after nearly 40 years. This is as far as my dad and I got on it then. Fortunately he had the foresight to get all the components. I'm picking up the pieces and looking forward to the process!
So excited to get to work on this! I have been planning on doing a Gingerbread dollhouse for years, but never had an appealing direction to take it, until someone suggested a Krampus house. I love twisted toys, so it was the perfect idea. I was going to use another kit, but I was working on my 2018 Creatin Contest house, and it was like, 'Me! me! I'm the perfect Krampus Shoppe! This is going perfectly! :D
Had forgotten I even had this kit, as I had it stashed under a work bench out in my shop. While on the hunt for materials to use in another build, I stumbled upon a small package wrapped in brown paper... of course I had to unwrap and see what I had -- ended up being a delightful little half scale A Frame. It didn't have instructions with it, but honestly it went together so easily and was labelled so well on all the tabs and slots I had it all completely dry fit in less than 10 minutes. Have yet to find another of these that have been finished, so even though I have chosen to bash and change it a bit -- I wanted to make sure I recorded it here so if anyone else wants to see it built they can find some reference pics!