Monday, April 19, 2010

Fresh Perspective


I relocated the dollhouse to a room that gets more natural light for better photographing. I even gave it a much needed cleaning. Putting the furniture back it suddenly dawned on me a better layout for the kitchen. I removed the floor paper which hardly looked natural and even added a sink. I still don't know what to do about the walls, I'm thinking a wainscoting or something, and i really do want real tiled floors. What do you think of the new layout?








Can you tell that I admire the German dollhouse kitchens of the early days?! Speaking of I had the most awesome butter churn but I lost it, I've lost a lot of things :) But I am grateful to the things I've held onto and can make :)


I've been wanting a little boy for the dollhouse so I made a go at it the other night. Jake suggested we name him Jake. Coincidentally this miniature Jake keeps the messiest room and always wants to go to the beach.


This bed is my first attempt at making miniature furniture like almost 9 years ago. I wish I had taken a close up of the monkey toy on the pillow (next time). That's a red sailboat on the headboard, and the complimenting toy box with a chug boat painted on front, unfortunately the back and lid have been lost. Maybe I can muster the magic to make another.

Ok. It's bed time for me. Before I go welcome to visitors/New followers. I got my first blog award from Norma of Make Mine Mini, I will do that next post. Thanks to all, and all a good night/morning/day!

10 comments:

Ascension said...

Has conseguido con esa fotografia que tu cocina, parezca un cuadro precioso.
Me encanta como te ha quedado, enhorabuena!!!!
besitos ascension

Margaret said...

I think the layout of the kitchen looks great Chadina. Oh, and I forgot to advise I also have an award for you on my blog. Oops, sorry. It may be the same as the one from Norma, if so you could combine them.
Mini hugs,

Sans said...

You have some really fine pieces. Wish I can have a better look especially that cabinet. Looks really interesting!

The Visionary Butterfly said...

@Margaret-Thank you!

@Sans-Thank you Sans, I will get the hang of photographing miniatures one day :)

@Ascension-Muchas Gracias!

Kimberly Michelle said...

What an extraordinary talent/gift you have. Beautiful creation of little treasures.

Best of wishes,
God bless,

Kimberly M.

The Visionary Butterfly said...

@Kimberly- Thank you so much-was pleasant to read your comment, I smiled and felt the warmth!!!

JStar said...

Oh sooo detailed....Now how is it that I am JUST becoming a follwer...How did I miss this :)

I LOVE IT!! I dont have the patience for this but can appreciate all the care and detail you put into this...My mom is the arts and craft type of person so I know the effort this is...

Pillows for the People said...

You an amazing lady! I also love miniatures very much! I'm going to keep up on your blog.
xo p

Ninjagaiden78 said...

Really cool pieces. Takes a lot of work to do that. Good job!

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The Visionary Butterfly said...

I appreciate that. Thank you!