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Needing Some Quick Advice

Hey dolly pals,

I'm moved in, I'm unpacking and I'll have some shots of the room for you soon.  However, I need a little help in the downsizing department.

So before I learned how to spray paint furniture well (enough) or know the value of sealers or how to take care of nice things (still don't), I did some very sad damage to well molded plastic. Mostly, just chipping paint.


Is there any way to come back from chipping paint? Other than little touch ups? Does it involve like sanding and stuff? How much work am I in for?

Does anyone buy, trade for or accept as donation, any items like this? If you are a doll crafter and can bring back furniture painted badly, would you want it? For free?

However the answer I want to hear is "Dump it."



  1. Can't answer that question without seeing pictures. Show us what your working with.

  2. Hey Dani, congrats on getting all moved in and your new dollie room. :) I'm not sure how it would be done, I would imagine experimenting would be the best bet. Maybe stripping it of the paint and re-painting? I dunno...but I'm always looking to add more "stuff" to my scene, especially because I'm super challenged in that area. So, if you're looking to "dump" or sell anything, please let me know. :) You can email me at:

    Thanks, and I'm totally looking forward to seeing your new set up. :)

  3. Thanks guys. I'll do a post soon with the items that I'm talking about. Once I can see the floor....

  4. Eeeee.... I feel for your unpacking pains and downsizing dilemma. Bonne chance!


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