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Monday, February 5

My First Beacon Hill Dollhouse Day 4

I finished the roof. I added the bottom and top trim. You have to paint the trim on all sides and wait for the paint to dry between coats in order to glue it.

You also have to paint the roof trim as well because once the trim that goes on top is on, it's impossible to paint properly.

When working on the porch, remember that every single piece needs to be sanded and painted before gluing. The pieces are so small that it would be impossible to paint afterwards.

For the posts to come out straight, the back trim (soffit) has to be installed first. The back trim for the porch roof is what keeps the posts aligned.

1 comment:

Carmen said...

It looks so real. Thank you for these blogs. I attempted a small Dhaka about ten years ago. I got stuck on the step assembly and singling the roof. I had a small apartment at that time. I just couldn't spread out. Perhaps, I was not mature enough to responsibly finish it. Anyway, after moving a couple of times, the little half done house warped,pieces went missing. Sadly,I chucked it in the trash. I wanted to start over this time I've got help. My husband is disabled contractor. When I looked for the little house on line a couple of months ago, I found it had been discontinued due to the kit having to many flaw. Realizing it wasn't me, I choose the Beacon Hill. Your blogs will keep me from giving up when I get hung up.


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