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Sunday, January 30

The Half Scale Buttercup Cottage Dollhouse Day 3

Because I want to make this dollhouse looks like it just came out of an oven, I have to assemble as many of its parts as possible so I can then apply a light coat of stucco all over it.

I installed the roof. I like this little roof because it has the shingle shapes all around the bottom edge.

I installed the side bay as well. I suggest you build the bay and the window seat away first and then attach the fully finished piece to the dollhouse. It makes it easier than trying to fumble with the pieces while trying to keep the sides in place on the dollhouse.

I painted a piece of left over fabric ribbon I had laying around, the kind that I would use for the icing of this little dollhouse and it worked wonderfully. Once painted the ribbon looses its "fabric" look and actually takes on the look of real piped icing.

If you were going to decorate this dollhouse in a traditional way, you would have to paint every piece first before installation. Since I'm not, I'm basically assembling the whole thing without applying any finished to any part yet.

Check out the mountains of foam "candies" I was able to find at the craft store. They are all in the foam craft section but they aren't very easy to find. I had to find the right scale, the right shapes and also the right colors. I found some very small furry balls though that look like candy. I will add them as accents to the foam pieces. The decorating part is the fun part.

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