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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 ...

Tuesday, July 26

The Harrison Dollhouse Day 16

I began putting the river pebbles on the dollhouses foundation. Make sure you paint your foundation first in the base color you would like to show through between your pebbles. I used the same dark brown as in the rest of the dollhouse so that it blends invisibly between the pebbles.

Use tacky glue and turn the dollhouse on it's sides as you work your way around the foundation. It's actually faster than having to put these pebbles one by one with hot glue. Also, the dollhouse is much lighter than it looks so there should be no damage in positioning it on it's sides right now. I was able to lift and turn the dollhouse all by myself and I have a bad back. It's extremely light weight despite it's size.













2 comments:

Susan said...

I think you may have saved my sanity! I was given a Harrison dollhouse kit that was bought and partially assembled and then ripped apart in 1979. I have spent a lot of time patching and fixing and sanding the damaged parts. I am going to follow your directions for the rest of my building! I have come to the tower and the bay windows part and watching your progress has given me 'new life'!! Thank-you!

Gina said...

Thank you Susan! I am glad that I could be of help!

 

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