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This upcoming project is a little different from my usual ones. This is a rehab. This custom dollhouse belongs to a neighbor and she was ...

Saturday, February 17

My First Beacon Hill Dollhouse Day 16

I prepared all of the brackets and installed them. I also finished all of the flooring trim that was missing. I stained each piece with a stain marker.

I had no problems building the dollhouse, but the bracket installation was a bit confusing. I ended up missing brackets because I wasn't following the instructions very well. In the end, in spite of the bracket mayhem, everything turned out well and unnoticeable to most people.

Like I said in the beginning, always keep your eye out for the punch out wood scraps in your kits. Not only can you find extra decorative trim for the interior and exterior of your dollhouse, but you can also find cool pieces like the one shown below. I made mantel clocks out of them for the fireplaces. I printed the clock face on my computer printer.

If you want quick window treatments but can not make miniature curtains, like me, you can use lace trim to make valances instead. The longer the trim, the longer your "curtains". Tack them on with a small dot of hot glue, on the low temp setting, to your interior window trim only, not your wallpaper. That way you can easily remove them in the future for redecorating if desired.





















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3 comments:

Joseph Rabbeye said...

Have had a great time reviewing your blog for hints! Thank you so much. I love the miniature Beacon Hill dollhouse you have included. would love to add that. Any hints on where it may be available?
Joseph

Joseph Rabbeye said...

Have had a great time reviewing your blog for hints! Thank you so much. I love the miniature Beacon Hill dollhouse you have included. would love to add that. Any hints on where it may be available?
Joseph

Gina said...

The micro scale Beacon Hill Dollhouse is available at www.miniatures.com. They also have it for sale at the Greenleaf Dollhouse Store. www.greenleafdollhouses.com and then click shop.

 

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