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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 ...

Sunday, May 24

The Gloucester Dollhouse Day 17

I finally received the trim I had been waiting for in the mail. I painted it white and glued it all around the bottom edge of the dollhouse. It gives a nice “skirted” look for the legs. It also breaks the line of the dollhouse and makes it look shorter, even though the legs make it tall.

You might want to go to your local hardware store and buy felt pads for the leg bottoms. It helps the dollhouse glide easily on the floor if you have to move it. Just make sure that you buy felt pads that are large enough to cover the entire bottom of the legs. If you buy them smaller, it might make your dollhouse wobbly. Felt tabs for hard floors and glide tabs for carpet are best.

I did some touch ups on the interior and exterior.






















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