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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Dolly Thursday


Dolly Thursday! Today, I was talking about Tasha Tudor's kitchens for her dolls. She had the most fantastic minis for her dolls, but I epecially love her kitchen goodies. This is my little Annabelle in her little kitchen. She is 10 1/2" tall and her minis are pretty much 1:12 scale.


This is a photo of one of Tasha's dollhouse kitchens. Lots to look at!


Back to Annabelle's kitchen. I love the little set of pottery pieces I found for her. They are perfect. I love her crocks too.


The pie safe was a gift from LaVonne last fall. She found it at Hobby Lobby.


This wonderful little cast iron stove was also a gift from LaVonne. Don't I have the best dolly friends? It is a great stove and just the right size for Annabelle and friends.


A few more goodies in her kitchen.....


I do love her quilt quilt rack. I made the quilt awhile back. It's a cheater quilt but looks so cool. Such a great tiny print. I also love her basket full of veggies...a nice harvest.

My next dollhouse adventure is for larger dolls. The scale will be 1:6. It isn't as easy to find things that size, so the hunt is on! I will probably collect things for a bit and have a large dollhouse/bookcase/china holder  built along a wall in my tea room. I have to wait for awhile but it's all fun. 

6 comments:

Suzanne said...

Love seeing your Annabelle's kitchen!

Szara Sowa said...

Annnabelles kitchen is wonderful. I fell in love with a red coffee grinder and the beautiful stove with pans. Have a nice weekend. ☺

Terra said...

Your kitchen scene is fabulous, as is Tasha Tudor's. Your quilt rack and cast iron stove are nice touches. Did you ever see the Colleen Moore doll house at a museum in Chicago? I recall seeing it many years ago and enjoying it.

Tierney Hogan said...

That is so sweet! All the little touches and details - magical!

Creations By Cindy said...

Loving the cast iron stove! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Decor To Adore said...

I've spent time this morning enjoy your blog. Such encouragement in your words and lovely inspiring images. I am such a fan of miniatures. Enjoy this time of Thanksgiving.