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Thursday, February 17

The Half Scale Buttercup Cottage Dollhouse Day 10

I added more details to the exterior of the gingerbread dollhouse. Notice the lollypops growing from the foundation. I also made candy canes out of the threads thats I twisted together to make the white and red design. I decided to make a few peppermints as well from the same thread but just twirling into a ball.

I finished decorating the interior and the furniture. You can make it as elaborate or as simple as you like. I glued the furniture in place because I do not plan on removing it.

I wanted the look of powdered sugar on the roof and the only material that works is talcum powder. I have used talcum before to dust faux trees with "snow" and it is much more resiliant than it lets on. I haven't had to redust my trees for some years now. I'm sure that in the future I will have to revamp my roof with fresh powder but I don't mind. I just wanted the look and it has the perfect look I was going for. Dust it on with your fingers and then turn the dollhouse upside down so any excess will fall off. Make sure you dont get it anywhere else on the dollhouse but the roof but if it does by accident, just blow it off.

One of my blog readers, Kathy, suggested spray on snow. It's durable and I think its a great idea, especially for the landscaping. A little glitter in it, will make it look pretty.

Once Christmas comes around, I am pretty sure that I will be able to find stickers and foamies that can be added to this dollhouse.


MiniAlev said...

it looks delicious!!! wonderful job!

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Olaf-Obrenski said...

Your miniatures are so great I have become one of your followers. I also make miniatures. Please visit my blog.

Lucille said...

Hi Gina. Your little house is just adorable and your furniture is so sweet. It all looks good enough to eat.


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