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Custom Rehab Week 01

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, September 5

Custom Rehab Week 10

Before moving on to the attic of the dollhouse, I need to continue adding molding to the first and second floors.

As I finish the trim of each window, I re-applied the window treatments that came with the dollhouse. They are just fabric trims but they were in good shape and perfectly reuseable.

I also began adding the back edge trim to the entire back of the dollhouse. No dollhouse is complete until this is done and this dollhouse did not have any. Back edge trim gives a dollhouse a professionally finished look and it's a must.

Clamp down your back edge trim with masking tape but make sure you use the baseboards and ceiling trims to stick the tape on. Avoid using tape on your wallpaper because it might get damaged. For this reason, always keep scraps of wallpaper in order to make repairs when needed.







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