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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 ...

Saturday, October 16

The Brimbles Mercantile Dollhouse Day 11

The porch assembly of this dollhouse is extremely easy. All you have to do is finish every part before you install it. It goes in very well and no struggle is involved.

Make sure that your door and windows are completely finished before installing the porch. It is a tight fit to get back in there.

I had the signs reprinted at the office supply store on cardstock. You can have them make your signs any color you want. I decided to leave them white because they look authentic.

You can change these signs on the computer as well, to read any name you want, instead of "Brimbles". Just scan them and then change the words using Paint on your computer. Save and then print.

If the dollhouse will be handled often or you have children around, you can laminate your signs to avoid damage to the paper and for easy clean ups.

While your working on the dollhouse, you can use a piece of the wrap your plastic windows came in and masking tape, to cover the signs and avoid damaging them with paint or glue.

I gave the roof sides a base paint of light brown because I plan on shingling this dollhouse without templates.



3 comments:

Ann said...

Its coming along so beautifully!

Anonymous said...

Looks nice, but I don't understand the window ledges on the outside of the windows. In reality, buildings and homes do not have window ledges.
Otherwise, good job so far.

Gina said...

I suppose the kit comes this way to create a more 3D out come.

 

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