Sunday, September 16, 2007

More wee things for the dollhouse...

I didn't get as much done on the dollhouse this weekend as I had planned. It was my mother-in-law's birthday Sunday, so we were out of town for the day.
But I did get a base coat of paint on the house... pale yellow... and found several more miniatures to decorate with.
Also spent some time with 2 books on Scandinavian decorating. So, I did decide that it's definitely going to be a Scandinavian cottage with some hand painted folk-art.
Have I mentioned I'm Norwegian?
I found this PIE CRUST TABLE... so flexible as far as 'use'.

I couldn't pass up this bookshelf because it can be filled with mini-quilts in the bedroom, towels in the bath, or books in the living room.


I fell in love with this sofa table. I've always loved having a narrow table behind a sofa for a plant, small lamp, etc. I like the detailing on this one.



And what is a home without craft magazines? Aren't these adorable?




I decided that the first bed I bought is not right for a Scandinavian cottage, so I bought another BED which will look much more in keeping with the theme. I want to take out my black Sharpie marker and put an X through the bedspread... not my taste!! But then I'd have permanent marker on my computer screen.
Tomorrow...
1. Second coat of yellow paint.
2. Paint the roof (no, it's not a sod roof w/goats).
3. Hopefully, attach decorative blue trim, black shutters, & window boxes.
4. Paint porch floor and attach railings & porch roof.
5. Get on the treadmill... must start routine!
(I hate the thought of it)
Hugs,~Joni
Make your day a good one!!

6 comments:

Angie said...

These are sooooooo much fun. And yes, I suspected that your comment on my blog meant that you had blogged. Yea, me!!!

Love that bookcase!!

Helen Hancock said...

OH Joni..this is just fabulous! I am so enjoying the journey of the creation of your cottage. Thank you for making me a part of it's evolvement. It's so exciting and entertaining.

Wanda said...

You are just going to want to be shrunk down to a little doll size so you can just move in and live in that darling house.

de vliegende koe said...

Did you ever visit Norway? I love the little furniture, so much fun to see.

corry said...

Ooh, so sweet! I love the little furniture. Seeing and reading your doll house advantures works very contagious!

BarbO said...

Hi Joan...I want to live in your cute little Scandanavian house!! I love doll houses, but yours is going to be decorated so cute...reminds me of a lot of the furniture now in Wendy's home! It'll be fun to see the progress!