Anything is possible in that tiny world. If buying a four poster canopy bed for the big house proves impossible, one can buy one for the little house.
No time to bake with your busy schedule? Dollhouse baked goods have zero calories and can last for years!
On a vacation to Colorado in November, most of my souvenirs took up almost no room in my suitcase. They were all for my dollhouse!
A beautiful doll in a light green Victorian dress, complete with tiny umbrella, came home. She came from the Molly Brown House gift shop. There's a feather in her up swept blond hair. She made a lovely addition to the dollhouse this past Christmas.
Also found in that gift shop was a lovely piece of lace with an ornate border. It looked great folded up at the end of the canopy bed.
The other souvenir came from France and was a pink patterned rug. Found in the gift shop of the Denver Doll and Miniatures Museum, it looked absolutely great in the dollhouse living room.
The tiny Christmas tree has actual red and green blinking lights on it and was stationed to the left of the new rug!
If you missed my Christmas dollhouse post and have any interest in reading it, it you can check it out here: http://writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-in-dollhouse.html
You'll see the new Victorian doll and folded lace in the upstairs bedroom!