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QUESTION FROM Toni- Would love to learn the best way to wire my house. Don’t know if I should hardwire or use tape. Do you guys know or have any tips?

ANSWER: We used copper tape and 12 volt LED lights. We don’t have many lighting tutorials but you can see how we did ours by following this link.

http://www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com/dollhouse-structures/lights/

QUESTION FROM Milli-I am working on the Greenleaf Orchid house and am about ready to start painting.  This kit is balsa wood and the edges are not clean.  I can sand, but there are areas where the wood has split or has flaked.  This is my first time working with balsa and I’d like to have a clean look on the porch banisters, window trim, etc.

Any ideas about what product or process would help to fill out the edges of the balsa and make a smoother base for painting?

Thanks!  Hope you all are having a fantastic new year!

ANSWER: This is a problem we have had as well. If you follow the link below then watch these videos you will see how you can address these issues.

Repair Holes-Wood Edges

Repair Wood Post

Fix Roof Wood Gaps

http://www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com/dollhouse-structures/building-tips-tricks/

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  1. What wood do you use to create furnitures? I loocked at your temples but I dont know how to
    figure out how to calculate it in centimeter, or is the temples the actually real size?

    Thanks from Sweden!

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    • Thank you for talking to us ♡
      We use 1/8″ and1/4″ basswood and paint sticks mostly. Most templates are traced right from the cut pieces but I think they probably lose some scale during the scanning process.
      Here is a converter link that will help you convert yours.

      http://www.inches-to-cm.com

      Also, you may find some really good information on the FAQ or the building tip page.

      Thanks again for contacting us,
      Laurie from
      Dollhouse Miniature Madness and Tutorials

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