Friday, January 5, 2018

Dining in the Dollhouse

The dolls in the big dollhouse must have entertained like crazy during Christmas.

They are probably glad, like the rest of us, that the holidays are over at last.

There are tiny rose-covered plates and lovely candelabra on the dining room table.

Some pretty yummy looking desserts are there, too.

Look at all the little holiday figures in the china hutches.

Even the kitchen table, with its red (Christmas napkin) tablecloth, is set for tea!

Ohhhh, somebody made a pretty little gingerbread house during the holidays, too!

 If you missed other big dollhouse Christmas decor posts, and are interested in seeing them, you can find them here and  here.

This will be the last dollhouse post for awhile.  

And yes, in the photo at the top of this post, the Santa holding the little green Christmas tree and standing on the top right of the hutch, is backwards.  

Guess he's anxious to head back to the North Pole!

Thanks for reading the dollhouse posts!  



Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Adorable!! where did you get the cute Christmas figures??? Love those!!

Linda O'Connell said...

Such a cute gingerbread house. These decorations musty be so tempting to the grands. Stay warm up there.

diane.stetson said...

Beautiful Susan. Your grandchildren must LOVE coming to your house to see all the miniatures.

Chatty Crone said...

Okay so who is going to do the dishes there?

I think the doll house probably looks like your house! Love it.

Stay warm. sandie

Merlesworld said...

Little things are always interesting.


all those lovely tiny rose-covered plates and candelabra on the dining room table are charming. like the gingerbread house too.

Red Rose Alley said...

It is such a delight to see all this teeny tiny furniture, Susan. And even tiny rose plates, how cute. You have decorated so nicely your doll house. I have been collecting fairy items to one day make a fairy house. : )

I hope the new year is being good to you, my dear.

love, ~Sheri

Rebecca said...

Seriously! What's NOT to love about dollhouses?!?
I'm afraid mine never got turned around to see what's going on inside. Outside, filling the front porch, are nativity figures. That's right. Shepherds, wisemen, Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus. Oh, and a sheep or two...

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