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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, June 4

The Aster Cottage Dollhouse Day 2

I first assembled the base. Make sure that the good side of the wood is facing up on your first floor. As always, tacky glue first and then wood glue into all the joints.

Clamp tightly with masking tape.

After the base was done, I assembled the walls and the second floor. Very easy.

The box photo of the dollhouse seems to have a little inconsistancy between the exterior and interior photographs. I think that the interior photo shows the dollhouse with the dutch door as the front door. To avoid confusion, just build as the exterior photo shows.


Kathy Calhoun said...

Gina, dear, I always learn something from you. I have never thought to use the cardboard for a turntable. By golly, you're right! It does make a great turntable.

AND, you crack me up! Even though I live a couple of thousand miles from Florida, I realize it's you who has bought all the masking tape !

You're a gem.

Anonymous said...

I love your last comment... keep the cardboard... good idea...thanks


Gina said...

Thank you ladies.

You all know how cheap I am..lol The kits cardboard box can be used as the turntable, or to make small missing dollhouse parts since it's 1/8" thick just like the dollhouse's plywood, it can be used as the base for landsaping, it cane be used as a temp cover for your table to paint on or glue on, it's possibilities are endless.

Might as well use everything that came with that kit, heck you paid good money for it.

all kinds of everything said...

Thanks for showing,I just have started to build
my first dollhouse (Westville) and you are a great help!!!

Amanda (minifan) said...

Can I vote for the next house I want you to build? Can you build a McKinley? I would LOVE to see what you would do with one!!!

Gina said...

You certainly can vote Amanda. The McKinley is a dollhouse Ive been eyeing for a while now. It has so much potential. I would love ot tackle one but I just dont have the space more dollhouses at the moment. Hopefully someone will order one or I just might build one for sale in the near future.

Amanda (minifan) said...

O.K., I will hope for someone to order one then, in the meantime, I will keep reading my favorite blog...yours!!!

drtaher said...

What a wonderful hobby you have and your work is absolutely first class. I can see that you have many followers, and they are as happy to create these fabulous doll-houses as I am to simply view them here on this blog.


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