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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, June 6

The Aster Cottage Dollhouse Day 3

I assembled the roof, dormer, back walls and the back fireplace today.

I can assemble this entire dollhouse, without the need to finish any areas as I go along because instead of wallpaper, I am using a stucco finish on the interior and exterior. This allows for the dollhouse to be assembled completely and finished last.


Kathi said...

This looks very very complicated! I'm glad my houses were already built!
Can't wait to see you finish the stucco. Bet it will look great!

Lady Anne said...

Just found your site, via The CAMP. I couldn't figure out why the fireplace didn't go all the way to the second floor, but I see there's an extra piece. The printing on the schematics is so small it must be meant for the mini people to read. I had to get it blown up to 200% in order to read anything.


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