I shoulda stuck with my original plan and stained the window trim instead of painted it. I made so many newbie mistakes finishing off that window (PS, it’s still technically not done). But, I’m not mad. Well, I’m annoyed, but not mad. I learned a lot (which I love). So, next time, I won’t make […]
My adventures in how to batch dye dollhouse shingles happened the first time I tried to batch dye dollhouse shingles.
After I dry fit the window frame, I had to paint the parts. This is what happened when I panted small wood trim pieces.
In my attempt to assembly and dry fit the window trim, I learned that best practices are “best” for a reason.
Part of building the dollhouse roof. Up is down and down is up and everything is messy.
I was so excited about getting the dollhouse shingles done, I forgot I needed to build a roof first!
I found a lot of lint sticking to the dollhouse clapboard and I’m not sure how to deal with it!
As I was planning out the dollhouse I keep coming across wood stain and wood dye. Wood stain or wood dye? Aren’t they both the same thing?
Even though I researched how to dye and stain wood, today I actually learned how to dye wood with a foam brush. The results are something else!
Part two of what I happened when I dyed the dollhouse shingles.