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Custom Rehab Week 01

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 ...

Monday, March 5

My First Half Scale Fairfield Dollhouse Day 4

Today I painted the rest of the windows. I did it assembly style again. It was pretty easy.

Use a damp bristle paint brush to remove excess glue, etc. Keep the brush in a water bowl to avoid hardening of bristles but never leave your brushes in water overnight.

Always use tacky glue for window panes because it dries crystal clear. Avoid drenching by not using excess glue. If drenching occurs, use a cloth for cleanup. You do not want glue globs to be poking out of the corners of your window panes. They will be noticeable.

The shape and size of windows help you remember which is which.

I used the small plastic clamps to hold the porch assembly square while the glue dried.

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