Thursday, July 1, 2010

Beacon Hill Dollhouse By Tracy Topps

I thought I would share some "eye candy" with you all. Here are pictures of the Beacon Hill I completed this year. I will post more shots later on but for now, here she is:

I had to mix the paint for the siding to get the ideal color that I had seen in my minds eye. It's so "crazy hard"to go shopping for paint! It seems like there are so many shades of a certain color but never the one I want and I almost always end up mixing my own paint.

The base on this house is detachable which can be very cool if a person want to change the base according to the seasons of the year.

I am almost finished with a new primrose kit that has been done a little differently and those pictures are coming very soon! Hope you all are having a Great day and Thank you for stopping by today!


Minnie Kitchen said...

i cant wait to get my first dollhouse..I'm waiting until we move to our new apt! yours looks very beautiful :)

MinisOnTheEdge said...

Thank you so much for your Kind compliment!! Which ever house you pick if it's the one you really want, it'll turn out fabulous!

Michelle's Mad World said...

I love how you have done the outside and that little room in the roof! Fabulous!

I LOVE Beacon Hill, sadly you can't buy it in the UK, though I am thinking about having it imported from the US. :o))

Michelle o)

Rosa-kreattiva said...

wow che meraviglia!!!

Teresa said...

Tracy, this house turned out just beautifully! You always amaze me with your magic! I love it!


Kathi said...

Another gorgeous house! Love the custom color!

miniature wonderland said...

gorgeous!! love every detail of the house!! :)


Kicki said...

I just looove this model.It´s so stunningley beautiful.Just waiting for my first dollhouse ever and a bunch of orders I´ve made.It shall be sooo fun.

MinisOnTheEdge said...

Thank you all for your Kind compliments!! They really mean a lot to me!!

Anonymous said...

You and I have the same model doll house! Only, you costomized yours. Mine is pink and white, I got it at an antique store a few years ago. Where did you get yours?