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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 ...

Friday, January 23

The Emerson Row Dollhouse Day 10

I added trim to all the floors and ceilings. I usually trim the ceilings with the skewers and use the skinny sticks as baseboards but for this dollhouse, I trimmed it all in skewers.

I used two wooden caps to hide the gaps at the top of both gable roofs.

I bought basswood strips and trimmed all of the back edges of the dollhouse. I also trimmed the exposed gable angles in the attic.

I used a lace ribbon to make curtain valances and decorated them with fabric bows on the sides. I upholstered the window seats with fabric and narrow lace. I used the same fabric bows to decorate the sides of each seat.

I was able to find some extra trees and used them for the lawn of this dollhouse.

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The Carolina Quilter said...

Wonderful! Maybe I should just send Joanna's Victoria's Farmhouse to you?! LOL! I sent you an award over at my blog that you can 'pick up' and pass on if you wish. I appreciate your informative blog and will be referring to it often as I try to build Joanna's house.

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Gina said...

Jody, thank you so much for the award. I had seen it when you posted it up. I passed it on also. It was really nice.

I'm happy you enjoy the blog and find it helpful. I have so many builds lined up that if you send me the Farmhouse, I'm sending it right back to you...LOL

I built several houses from Real Good Toys so even though I havent ever built the Farmhouse, I will be happy to help you with any questions. Just email them to me. When your done with it, I'd love to feature it if you'd like.


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