I'm working on a new project. This one is called Butterfly Cottage dollhouse.
I am using the same plan of action as with the Shabby Chic/ Streamside Studio dollhouses. I only changed the shape of 2 windows in the front wall, the wall with the 3 windows will only have one window now, and the loft will be in a different place. Other than that it's the same plan.
I used the Primrose addition kit, cut out all my new windows and the back wall for support and put it all together.
To put a house together, first I use hot glue to hold it together. Then I go back over all the seams with wood glue. Later I caulk all the seams. I glue on the front wall to the floor piece, then the back wall and then the two side walls... that way everything stays nice and straight.
I haven't glued the wall with the 1 window(right wall) yet. I'm going to wallpaper this wall. It will be much easier to do if it's not in place.
Интересное название - "Butterfly Cottage"!ReplyDelete
Буду с нетерпением следить за проектом.
С наилучшими пожеланиями из России. Елена.
la verdad es que tiene muy buena pinta, estoy deseando ver como decoras esta preciosa casitaReplyDelete
It looks nice mini house, as always beautiful. a hug, MarisaReplyDelete
Hi! So lovely idea to make Butterfly Cottage dollhouse. It sounds very pretty already. :)ReplyDelete
Have a nice Sunday!
Hi Caroline! I am excited to watch the progress of this new project of yours and see how you assemble the different components! The working title is lovely and I am certain to find this cottage as enchanting as all of your other ones!ReplyDelete
Butterfly Cottage? OMG, I'm already intrigued!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline, Your houses are always so adorable. I can wait to watch the progress of this one. I really like the one in the previous post. The roof with the waves looks awesome, but then your little houses always look that way. Hope all is well with you. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs and prayers from Your Missouri Friend.ReplyDelete
Your new project promises to be a gorgeous creation. ;)ReplyDelete
Exciting. I think I next summer must try to make my own little house from scratch. I already have your book to work from.ReplyDelete
Спасибо за тщательный рассказ! Думаю Ваш новый проект будет нежный и удивительный!ReplyDelete
...another exciting adventure! ~ blessed be! ~ dear kindred heart!...(O:ReplyDelete
Me gusta mucho esa estructura. Estoy deseando ver el resto.ReplyDelete
Enjoy the journey, Caroline! It looks to be another beauty.ReplyDelete
Caroline my love I just adore every single one of your creations! You are one of the loveliest bloggers I have met and I'd love you come down to Texas and meet you someday. You should send me your snail mail address so I can mail you some of my magic foot scrub for Christmas! Go check out my latest blog post. I think you'll be proud of me.ReplyDelete
It looks great! I can't wait to see it finished and decorated:)ReplyDelete
I have a Primrose kit I want to put together later. I like hearing all of these "tips from the pro." Butterfly Cottage sounds so nice--I can hardly wait to see your full vision for this project! xo JenniferReplyDelete
Ah ha - so this Butterfly Cottage - that'll be mine then, will it!?! Looking good so far - there's going to be lots of lovely light in this one!ReplyDelete
I'm very curious about the end result good luck hugs DanielleReplyDelete
Te esta quedando genial. Tengo ganas de verla terminada.ReplyDelete
Thank you for showing how you make the structure stand up. It's realy wonderfully done.ReplyDelete