I put my curtains in place in the bump out and finished the roof/ceiling.
Here's a view of the bump out inside. Spray your curtains with hairspray or starch after you pin them on cardboard the way you want them to drape. Use a hairdryer to dry them faster. Glue your curtains onto a little curtain rod and to the wall. They will look like real life curtains.
I finished the stair rail and glued it in place. And the dormer windows got their framing and panes.
The windows are framed with a craft stick all around the exterior and interior too. Then I cut the craft sticks lengthwise to about 1/8" to make the dividers inside the window. Paint before you glue in place. The plastic I used for the windows is a thicker plastic sheet I found in the craft store. It was in the area where they sell stained glass window paints. I didn't find the item number though.
I applied the wallpaper with Aleene's Tacky Glue. I also trimmed the corners, baseboards, ceiling with more craft sticks cut lengthwise.
Here in the bathroom I did a 3D wall effect. I just go over my design with the hot glue gun. It comes out looking like tin tiles.
I put on the little dormers' roofs and also glued a rectangular piece over the door. This will become my awning above the french doors. Notice I used cardboard on some parts. I want to show you that you can use any materials. If you don't have access to wood or wood cutting tools you can still build a dollhouse. The materials you use to cover the walls inside and out turn the dollhouse into such a strong structure that you need not worry.
The last 2 windows are also framed.
That's it for this time. Next time we're finishing up the exterior with more clapboard(like the bathroom) and Dap's Ready Mixed Concrete.