It will be a little longer until I do a final reveal of my restoration because (drumroll, please) Flip This (Mini) House will be featured in an upcoming issue of Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine! They’ll have the first chance to share my project with the world. I’m so excited about that! An upcoming issue (most likely October) will feature the Flip This (Mini) House story, with both before and after photos!
Here is a sneak peek at my front door!
The light above the door is made from a tiny bottle of Curve cologne, two candlestick wax catchers, a small brass ring, and a chain. The planters are West Elm measuring cups. The mid century doorknob and backplate are made from a button and star I cut from aluminum foil. The welcome mat is cut from a place mat.
I’m trying out paint colors on shingles. I’ve decided to go with a mix of yellows and browns. You may be tempted to shingle your house and paint it later, since this is much faster than painting shingles individually. I think it’s worth the extra time to paint them individually, varying the color a bit from shingle to shingle, so your finished product looks more realistic.
I will show you where to start applying your shingles soon!
It takes a long time, but this is what television is for. So you can watch it, guilt-free, while accomplishing mindless projects like painting 8 zillion mini shingles.
Have I mentioned how excited I am that the Real Housewives of New York are back? I love them all!!!!! Even Ramona has carved a small place in my heart.