Yes, after years of stalking them on flickr, and maybe because it just took me that long to be able to be comfortable spending that kind of money on a 'doll'...
anyways, I now have the holy grail- Alice Cherry Blossom.
I decided to build a little shadow-box room for her, and furnish it, so it will look snazzy and I can take awesome photos.
It was both harder and easier than I thought it would be.
Here's what I did:
1) I didn't want to use nails, or handy-man sort of stuff, so I glued some balsa onto what will be the floor of the room. This was an easy thing- just had to be sure all my measurements were correct. Wood glue is way stronger than I anticipated.
2)I glued my wallpaper to the wall peices before assembly. This was flippin hard. Like, really, really hard. I ruined a lot of paper. But I did learn that it is better just to glue down the edges, instead of trying to apply it like real wallpaper. I just used regular white glue, very sparingly. Here were the papers I had bought, and the carpet for the floor. The purple paper is some handmade stuff I found at the art store, and the pretty pattern one is scrapbooking paper.
3) I glued the walls to the floor, using the balsa as a guide and brace....when the glue dried, it was really really solid. I didn't think it would work out this well.
4) I stuck the carpet in....very easy, it has an adhesive backing. Here's my Alice standing where her bed will possibly be. I still have to put the mouldings up, but I'm pretty happy with how it looks so far!