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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 ...

Sunday, February 4

My First Beacon Hill Dollhouse Day 3

I installed the floor back trims.

I installed the mansard roof's bottom trim. I hammered the sides a bit until they were snug.

Roof and supports are next. There were some tabs that just wouldn’t go in. I had to hand fit them to prevent damage. The tabs were left in place to help align the walls. I'll close the small gaps with wallpaper and shingles. At least the roof is even, which is the main goal.

Cardboard veneer covers the mansard panels so that they are easier to bend but won't break. You have to clamp them down to maintain the curve but there is no clamping area so use hot glue to tack them in place, while the tacky glue dries overnight.

I used the same wood strips as the flooring trim, to make back edge trim for the walls and floors. This creates a more finished look. I circled them on the picture below. Also, if your wood has warped and the walls don’t look as straight as you would like them, you can straighten them by applying these trims.

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