Blogger has a mind all of its own sometimes.
Okay, a few more changes have already
taken place since my last posting.
New apartment - with a whole new
Daisy needed some new things.
I have re-made Daisy's hair!!
She has long brown hair now.
Her dress has changed also.
You will see her later towards the end
of the posting, cause
she is still very busy.
I spend a lot of time deciding
what picture to start with.
I think it is good to always start
with the front door, but somehow
I cannot quite manage that.
So, I am starting with her
for many years.
It came with a cute little stool.
It needs a little pillow for her little tushy.
On the dressing table is a little box
It was my version of a little
back in 1996.
I am sure that I found the directions in the library
in one of those Dollhouse Miniature books back then.
Do not remember the name of the book,
but would like to find it so I can
make some more.
The little white plastic box with the
I believe that it belonged to Barbie.
The wig stand was just a quick fix
and is my own design.
I inserted a toothpick thru the
neck of a rubber/plastic doll head.
Then I stuck it thru the middle
of a small wine cork.
Took a small piece of matte ribbon
and glued it to the cork.
You might recognize the wig.
The wig and the head look good on the
vanity table though.
The hat pin holder was also made from
directions found in a miniature dollhouse
library book back in 1995.
Forgot the name of that book also.
If I find those directions I will give the
source here for you.
I still have not figured out how this plan
I just love the windows.
These pics are few and far in-between.
Here you can see some of the 'Petit Point' rugs!
A little bit of white to see!
I love white!
White is always so clean.
I have been debating
about hanging a cabinet in the kitchen.
Not sure if I like the kitchen turned like this,
but it sure does look good thru
The white screen hides Daisy's
The yellow that you see is the ponytail
of Daisy's wig.
A dress hangs on the inside of the
The white lace dress that I made hangs on
I angled the camera
The living area gets changed around a lot.
from the little sofa.
Sorry for the repeat.
thru a window.
thru a window.
Do not be surprised if the next time you see
this, that it would have changed again.
I need to make chair pads among other things.
I can not decide which looks best.
The door opens and closes.
There is the
table that holds empty gold picture frames
and a doll.
Daisy loves dolls!
The little doll was bought from the
I have several
I keep checking the internet for more of them.
I still need to put photo's in those bare frames.
There is still room to put
But Daisy does not know what yet.
I do like being able to move everything around.
Ooo a better view of the rug in the living area!
A pair of white lace
A satin white bodice
It does look better and now you cannot tell the
difference between the 2 wallpapers.
A closer view of the bed.
The original mattress that came with the bed is still here.
Needs a new mattress though.
The pillows are pink with little applique's sewed
I did not want to go out on fixing the bed up
It is plain and simple.
The hanger is one of 10 that I own.
Several times I
always end up putting it back here.
White shoes are also tiny.
One day I will decorate them up.
I have had the doll in the corner
I do not know who made these dolls.
You can find these dolls on the net still
being sold on eBay.
The little Hispanic doll I found at the
in hopes of a cake to go inside.
The sink area was not a counter for a sink.
A sink was needed, so I cut a hole in the counter
and put in a little plastic thing to represent
I never glued it in so I can change it later
if I want.
The 2 taps are dollhouse supplies.
coffee, but they cancelled at the last minute.
On the top shelf is the
This pincushion shoe seems to do a lot of
It only has
Not sure you can even see it.
However, it will not fit inside
The little brass looking horses move around.
Bought this along with a
I do not know if they still sell them or not.
I made the house fire screen
a long time ago back in the mid 90s
I drew the little houses on paper.
I cut them out, then scored and bent the
cardboard into shape.
Lastly I painted it in 3 different colors.
The windows were tiny windows that I cut out
The doors are the same.
I drew the signs onto the houses also.
It helps give
The little umbrella stand is Reutter Porcelain.
It is unpainted and in its raw state.
The black goes so well with the pink.
I bet she would not like me
the "Peeking Tom" that I am!
Sorry for some of the brick blur.
As you can see in this
This was taken when
I am glad that nothing in this apartment
A better pic of the little dress.
Waiting for a friend to pop in!
This is not Daisy's real hair - its another wig.
Today was extra sunny in the apartment.
I was hoping that the
The white you see on the edges are the white window
Thank you for visiting me.
Please come again!!