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Monday, February 7

The Half Scale Buttercup Cottage Dollhouse Day 7

Today I mixed the stucco and the paint together. If you do not have enough paint to mix in with all of the stucco powder, you can use water to dilute it a little and it will not affect the paint.

You have to be careful and the liquid little by little or you can end up diluting the stucco too much and it will not take on texture. Remember, you can always add more if you have too little liquid but you can not take out if you add too much. Your stucco should have the same consistancy as toothpaste or cake icing.

I spread it all over the dollhouse and then used a foam brush to texture it. I am not going for a plaster or stucco look, I just want enough texture so it looks like baked gingerbread. I found that the foam brush does this quite nicely.

I applied to the exterior and interior for the dollhouse and also the furniture.

Now the dollhouse looks like it just came out of the oven and you can almost smell the gingerbread. A nicely baked Buttercup Cottage.

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