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Elizabeth

Looks GREAT! I love the little dollhouse cakes and the knitted socks, especially. Great work!

Whosyergurl

precious!
xo, Cheryl

Betsy

I just love looking at your miniatures. I could look at them every day and see something new. They are just so charming.

Teresa Kasner

Oh my goodness, I didn't know you made miniatures! Can you recommend where I'd find a nice wooden doll house for not a huge fortune? I'd love to have one for when my granddaughters visit. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Velma

The dollhouse bakery looks like it is ready for fall with all the candy apples and pumpkins. It is so sweet.

I love the bedroom too. If I were small, I would move right in.

Susanne Tyree

As a dollhouse lover I can appreciate your tiny treats and your sweet bedroom. I love the area rug that sits under the bed. Did you make it or can it be bought somewhere? I have a dollhouse, and hoping to someday soon get started on the decorating. Everything right now is in boxes.

vicki haninger

Thanks so much!

vicki haninger

I do love that little pink bedroom too--very sweet and cozy, I imagine myself there often!

vicki haninger

Thanks Teresa! Take a look in the dollhouse archives, I think there's a link or two for the bakery, and some other dollhouse websites amongst the posts.

vicki haninger

Thanks Susanne! The "area rug" was a rare find at the Pasadena Rose Bowl Swap Meet out in California. I do believe it was originally made as a hotpad for a teapot. It works quite wonderfully as a dollhouse rug. It may be a type of punch-needle embroidery.

Gumbo Lily

O. My. Goodness! What a lot of teeny, tiny, adorable little things! Such artistic touches in miniature.

Jody

vicki haninger

I will pass the compliments on to my two lovely daughters--thank you!

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