I found this little table at Goodwill and painted a checkerboard on it and painted the legs black. I bought 4- 99¢ bags of washers from Home Depot and spray painted half of them copper.
Saturday, June 6, 2015
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Decorating was cheap because I just used stuffed animals Violet already had. I ordered unstuffed animals from here for the kids to stuff and keep. They LOVED it. I tried to replicate this cake (couldn't find a direct link) as best I could but added some candy pearl "polka-dots" and some gold sprinkle/dust at the base. I got my animal toppers from Hobby Lobby.
Sunday, May 17, 2015
I was lucky enough to have been given this fantastic collapsible wooden dollhouse from the 60's and it was in great shape and I loved the look of it. I immediately went to work, and a month later (and many, many late nights later), I surprised my girl with a fully furnished and decorated dollhouse. I enjoyed every glue and paint-covered minute of it.
|This vintage dollhouse is a Creative Playthings Slot-Together Dollhouse designed by Roger Limbrick. More info here.|
|Kitchen - There's no stove or sink yet but Violet doesn't care :)|
|Nursery / Kids room|
|The lamps in the house I made using this tutorial.|
|Bathroom - Also missing a sink but whatever.|