Archive | Finished Dollhouses

Cheaper Shipping for Minis & Etsy Shop Update

Sorry for the lack of posts all week. I was swamped with work and was sort of burnt out from the previous week of mega blogging. I’ve got some good news though! I found out that I can ship packages weighing less than 7 ounces via First Class USPS. Previously, I was shipping through the […]

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Going Green in the Coventry Cottage

I just posted the Coventry for sale on Craigslist and Etsy. Hopefully I’ll get a buyer so I can get myself that BJD. 😉 If I don’t sell it by Dec 25th, its going to be raffled off at my dad’s church’s xmas party. Either way, its going somewhere. While I still have it, I’m […]

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Handmade sofa footstool lamps by Wendy Elaine

Featuring Wendy Elaine’s Miniatures

I recently joined the Greenleaf forums (I’ve been mostly lurking) and the first person to greet me was Wendy Elaine. From poking around her Greenleaf profile, I was so delighted to see her website and the wonderful dollhouses and custom furniture she has created! The very first dollhouse she worked on was the massive Greenleaf […]

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Freeman Castle Dollhouse

The Freeman’s Astolat Castle

There’s only one word to really describe this dollhouse. WOW. This 9 foot tall dollhouse was constructed over a 13 year period, it is 100% handmade, and is appraised at $1.1 million! This is definitely a museum quality piece, since its currently on display at a museum! The Astolat Castle was designed and created by […]

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Jean Day Miniature Painting Scene

Jean Day’s Miniatures

Today, I want to show off one of my favorite Miniature bloggers, Jean Day. Not only is she a miniaturist, but also a miniaturist painter! (Is that even the right description? I admit, I’ve been cheating by using a printer to make my own miniature paintings, so its pretty darn amazing how much detail Jean […]

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Front Door of Marianne Stengel's Dollhouse

Marianne Stengel’s Magnificent Dollhouse

This monster of a dollhouse was built by Marianne Stengel and furnished in the style of the Chippendale-Biedermeier era. It has 16 room, 15 doors, 17 windows, 3 fireplaces, 88 lamps, and approximatedly 175 pieces of furniture. There are even 38 miniature people with 3 dogs, 4 cats, and a mouse living here! This miniature […]

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