They'll Leave the Light on for You

Aardema, Barb
May 2013
Miniature Collector;May2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on the miniature dollhouse received by Becky Kirby of Elkhart, Indiana. It says that Becky crafted everything for the house herself which includes electrical wiring, roofing and papering. It tells that she finally started using furnishings from other areas, but maintains the old-fashioned look, and story line to go with it. Moreover, the photograph of the dollhouse is also presented including its secondary attic, sitting room alcove and room at the top of the stairs.


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