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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 ...

Saturday, February 5

The Half Scale Buttercup Cottage Dollhouse Day 6

And this is what it would like if Greenleaf was a candy shop rather than a dollhouse kit manufacturer.

This is actually the base paint of the gingerbread dollhouse. It will not be this dark but I wanted to even out the color of the dollhouse and hide all of the raw wood. Now the light gingerbread color, mixed with stucco will be applied over it.

You should always use the same color you plan on using for the stucco as the base coat but unfortunately, I did not have enough so I had to use this darker brown instead. Whether it's the same color or not, you have to give your walls some kind of base coat for the stucco to be applied over so that you do not see raw wood underneath. It's sort of like priming the walls for the stucco.

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