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Wednesday, March 6

The Half Scale Diana Dollhouse Day 28

It's been a cold couple of day here in Florida and so I didn't work on the dollhouse. I find that when it's cold, the glue and paint just doesn't dry properly.

Afterwards though, I went ahead and installed the front porch trim. This will need a lot of work. You will have to sand it a couple of time and apply touch up paint accordingly. The details are very small on this railing and paint easily globs in the corners, no matter how careful you are. I find that a craft knife like Xacto, will help you scrap out any paint globs from tiny places. Then you can just touch up the paint in that area. Be careful, you do not want to loose any of the dollhouses details because of the paint.

1 comment:

mijbil said...

Such a delicate work! Sooner or later I'll get myself a tiny set too, miniature houses are just too cute! :)
Big hugs from Sweden!


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