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February 06, 2016

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Mary Lou

You will be busy! One of my students showed us a photo of a doll house and miniatures made by her grandfather in Germany in the 30's. All the furniture was made from wooden cigar boxes and all the little drawers opened and closed. Their mother never showed it to them when they were children, she kept it stored away and now that she is dying thought they should get to decide its fate. Their only decision so far is not to break it up at all.

Sandie in Sydney

House of Miniatures kits make up really nicely, hope you enjoy the results. They aren't all that easy to acquire nowadays either. You have done a wonderful job of the cabinet in the kitchen, it looks very professional. And the rugs on the floor are attractive as well.

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