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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 ...

Saturday, June 9

The Arthur Dollhouse Day 2

Today I stained the floors using an acrylic gel stain medium.

I primed the interior walls and gave the exterior walls their first coat of paint.

As one thing was drying, I worked on others. This way I’m always doing something without waiting around for things to dry.

I painted the ceiling white.

While all of that was drying, I filled in the outside gaps and holes with spackle and added the second coat of paint.

While that dried I began working on the windows and door and as they dried, I wallpapered the wall whose primer coat was dry.

I had a little problem wallpapering the second floor because of all the angles and this is why I suggested to wallpaper these panels before assembly, which I failed to do. It will prevent issues, especially with highly patterned wallpaper.

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