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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 ...

Monday, July 18

The Harrison Dollhouse Day 12

Today I painted and installed the front timber trim assembly.

You will have to use a combination of glue sticks, plastic clamps and masking tape to keep the bottom part of the trim down. Wrap the masking tape on the windows and door opening to give it more strength. The top part of the trim can be kept down with binder clips at the window openings.

As you can see the plastic clamps an glue sticks are basically to provide weight to the masking tape for clamping. They are useless without the masking tape because there are no areas to clamp to.

Because this piece of under pressure, it is best to let it dry for 24 hours before removing the clamps. Check your clamps every once in a while to make sure they havent slipped out of place or loosened.

If your stucco becomes damaged during this process and you don't have any more stucco mix, you can use spackle as a repair. Spackle can be swirled and textured just like dollhouse stucco and when dry, it is just as hard. You can then paint it to match the rest of your walls.

1 comment:

Eliana said...

Really takes a lot of patience and dedication to the end to have a perfect house.
Best wishes.

 

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