Then I repeated the process after I stained them.
Some strip wood painted black to hide the foamboard around the lower window, sticky tacky glue and lots of binder clips...
|Lots of binder clips|
One more shot
I also did some work on the roof for this part of the house.
I'm using cardboard because I don't have the tools to quickly rip down the kit roof to the proper size. But its card board that'll be sandwiched with thin basswood and I think in the end with trim it'll look great.
No pictures yet, mostly because I want it a little more finished looking before I expose it to the world. But I got the plaster ceiling paper, the chandelier lights and the porch roof underside all glued on. So progress right?
Also, while I was busy with my siding and binder clips, Tali decided to inspect the bedroom. This is the reason the dollhouse will (eventually) be completely enclosed.
|I like the cork floor Mom, but the bed is too small.|
|Mom, I don't like this window either|
See you all later, here's hoping the roof works as well as I hope!