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so adorable! I bought my mom the Tasha tudor dollhouse book for a gift and it is so wonderful. My mom has always wanted to build a dollhouse and she is loving yours. I am hoping she will start building some as it would be such a wonderful activity for us to start with alicia...


It all looks so Wonderful!

It can be tricky to get the right size when you're dealing with miniatures, and it looks like you have been really lucky in every way :)


I love the Prissy Poodle! I am really enjoying your blog. :)


Oh, Grace's things are always so beautiful! I can't wait!


So very cute! I am still working on works in progress. They are just taking me awhile and by husband has the digital camera for two weeks. So just think of all the cool stuff I can post by then, hopefully!


Your little home is so droolworthy!! My goodness I love it! :)


Oh, my just too much cuteness, your girls must be in heaven!!

I don't have a dollhouse, but I'm really enjoying seeing all the lovely ones in Blogville these days. Everyone has made and shared such wonderful things for them too. Thanks for the link to the fairy house...oh so tempted I am!


Ooops! I forgot to sign in! That would be me who is tempted by the fairy house.


So many teeny treasures - love the tiny toaster! Oh and thank you for the link; so fanciful - I loved the Mossy Manor over on the link, too.
Glad you found Thursday's poodle!

Booda Baby

I forget how I got here, but I'm glad I did! Do dollhouse literati know about Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle? I grew up with it always in my life and it's a recurring ... well, not theme, but sort of a wonderful, magical guiding principle. It really did teach me so much (well, it was, after all, in the Museum of Science and Industry. What a combination!)

Alicia P.

Ohmigoodness. Now I know I made the right decision to indulge in a dollhouse for myself. How pretty!


A friend of mine sent me the link to your lovely blog site. I'm inspired by the look as well as the content.

Can you tell me is typepad easy to use? Is it hard to format a darling site like this? I'm thinking about it, but thought I'd like to hear what you think.

Thanks for inspiring me!

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