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Month: October 2021

Turret House — floral trim and corbels continued

Continuing with the floral trim, I wanted to add it to the bump-out on the side of the house. I did this on my original Queen Anne Rowhouse, but painted the roof instead of shingling it. This time I decided to shingle the roof. Not my best work. The problem here was that I measured… Keep reading »

Turret House – floral trim and corbels

I like how resin trims and appliques can be used on dollhouses to emulate the accents on Queen Anne Victorians. These are the Four Seasons houses, located at Waller and Masonic in San Francisco (image credit Wikipedia). I tried to do something similar on my original Queen Anne Rowhouse, using resin trims from Unique Miniatures… Keep reading »

Turret House – bashing Victorian pediments

Quick post today! I’ll have a bigger one soon about the trim I’ve been working on for weeks, but first I want to revisit the brackets and window pediments I left off with last time. In order to make this window pediment fit under the bracket, I initially tried cutting the corner off both parts… Keep reading »

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