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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 5:31 pm 
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These were found on eBay. I never knew there was a BIG dolly toy cabin and one with a log "fence" around it. I'm going to team up with Howard on these 2 if he would ever so graciously accept my offer! I have blown up these pics and working on the dimensions to the best of my ability for accuracy. There's also a BIG church too that again, is probably one of their older and more ornate versions.

Holiday Cheers!

Will~


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2016 6:57 am 
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Yes!...more "dolly houses"...

Will...Thanks for sharing what you found..."I'm definitely on board"...but it will be early in 2017 before I can start on them...I will be checking on this topic regularly...and looking forward to your progress...

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wow!
nice find!


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Thanks Maria :) I can't wait to build these 3 buildings. Already started on the BIG cabin. It's gonna be FUN!

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Well my friends, here's the 1st of the 3 I have plans on building. This one is my own "interpretation" of the BIG Dolly cabin. More to come, along with its plans for building them. A big thanks to Lynn & Howard for their work on recreating the windows I used on these projects. Enjoy!... :mrgreen:

Warmest Holiday Cheers!

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EXCELLENT!


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Will...

about the dolly house reproduction windows...old howard just posted them...the real production of the windows was a joint effort between Lynn and her friend Kelley...by the way...i understand that there may be the possibility of a new window or two next year...just have to wait and see!...

almost forgot to ask...had you done any work on the dolly church with the big bell that was shown in the photo at the start of this topic?...

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