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Wednesday, May 20

The Gloucester Dollhouse Day 13

The Bedroom
I completely wallpapered the room with fabric first and I also added fabric to the floor to make carpet. I then glued on each mural panel to the fabric covered walls.

I used very thin lace ribbon to trim out the edges of each panel. Each side has to be done individually or you won't get the nice crisp defined corners. I then applied the lace trim to the floor and ceiling edges between the panels.

Again, notice that I left the right wall bare. That’s because another staircase goes on that side so no panels are needed on it. I only put one over the door way.

Now that this room is done, I was able to add the handrails to my staircase. I used ribbon for them.

1 comment:

Heather Cutting-Rayl said...

I can't wait to see this technique! I have some mural wallpaper and really had no idea how to put it up! The outside of the house is very interesting! Due to a bunch of deadlines, I haven't been able to work on mine! You are so far ahead of me!


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