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Show dates have changed!

Just wanted to make everyone aware as we find out more about shows being canceled due to Covid 19 I will be updating my website here. So please check back to make sure the show is still running if you are making plans.

Stay safe everyone and I'd love to hear from you, even if it's just to chat!

Ruth

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Brand New Cake Kits!

Well they are finally Here! I've been teaching classes on how to make cake but for those of you who couldn't make it to a class nows your chance! You will love these complete kits with everything you need. I do recommend getting a 1:12 star tip that can be used on all of the kits fir a beautiful frosting finish. Links are in the product listings. Check them out!

Seashell Wedding Cake Kit
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New 1:48 Wine Bottles!

It's done! We did it! And they are now online!!! You have all been waiting for the brand new 3D printed 1:48 wine bottles and they are adorable! They come on a spur so you can paint them hands free, let dry put labels on, cut off and your done! There are brand new adorable wine barrels that open and chandeliers that have candles. All are 3D printed. We also have brand new lair cut grape leaves for you to paint and they come out so cute!

You can order under kits. They are right at the top of the page and remember Free shipping in the USA!

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NEW Molds and New 1:48 Wine Kits!

We have been busy! I've got a list so long for molds that I am dizzy with excitement! We are getting new ones done all the time. Today i got the brand new 1:48 Gingerbread man and girl mold online along with 7 brand new 1:48 wine kits!

Take a peak!
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Molds~
http://stewartdollhousecreations.com/mold05
http://stewartdollhousecreations.com/mold04
http://stewartdollhousecreations.com/mold01
http://stewartdollhousecreations.com/mold03

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Sarasota Dollhouse Show

I wrote this on the way home last week...

We had a fabulous trip to Sarasota Florida for the Molly Cromwell Dollhouse show. It was beautifully warm compared to our balmy 24 degrees and a foot of snow when we left. We had two lay overs, but once we got there it was well worth it. January is definitely the time to go with it being 65-80 degrees and a little humid but not too bad.

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