I love to play again, I sure have missed it!
I have surfed on the net, to get some inspiration....wow, so many great things to see:)
A visit to Janices blog, brought me a great idea! She has a beautiful blog and at the moment she is working on a walled garden:) www.minworks.blogspot.com
In one of her post, she tells about Elizabeth who makes wonderful things, like amazing breakfast trays.
I immediately thought, good idea also for in my bedroom! It never can be full enough:) Searching my stock, I found a suitable tray, I made years ago. The tray is made according to a workshop of Josje.
www.josje.bouwt.com klick on the link workshop/dienblad.
The next thing was prepairing a wonderful breakfast:) Bon appétit!
I also did some work on the roof, added some thingies, most of them gifts from my dear friend Mercedes;) I aged the chicken coop en painted the pigeon run, set up a little high tea table and painted some Champagne caps to use as stools, simple and easy...they can also be piled up to save some space!
There are still many things to be done on the roof, but all in good time:)
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Your breakfast is yammy. I like the small doilies on the tray.ReplyDelete
The house of birds is wonderful and the tea table very nice. Good idea the Champagne caps to use as stools.
The little dolie under the teapot was a gift from my friend Ineke, she croched it herself...it's beautiful!Delete
Mmm zo'n ontbijtje op bed zou ik wel willen krijgen :) Wat leuk weer allemaal!ReplyDelete
Haha, ik ook wel:)))))Delete
A breakfast tray on the bed is always a winning idea, especially because it gives the impression that someone prepare us breakfast in bed, at least in the dollhouse!ReplyDelete
How nice to see your enthusiasm back :-)
Love all details on the roog garden :-)
Yes, wouldn't that be nice, breakfast at bed:))) I hope my enthusiasm will last for I while!Delete
It's good to see you back, Sab! As usual, its a pleasure looking at your creations :). Don't go away for too long!ReplyDelete
Thank you Sans, I hope to stay for a while;)Delete
jeetje..als je terug bent dan ben je ook meteen goed terug ;-)ReplyDelete
Het ontbijtje ziet er heerlijk uit en het dakterras is ook al heel uitnodigend!!! Leuk!!!
Ja, ik heb het meteen weer te pakken....had ik zelf ook niet gedacht hoor een week geleden,haha! Als je me zat bent hoor ik het wel,hihi!Delete
OOOH, I want to live at your house!!! Your breakfast tray is PERFECT! And the ivy in the corner of your roof garden is just so REAL!!! Not to mention those champagne cap seats.... Gosh, I think I need some Champagne... LOL!!!ReplyDelete
Your work is So wonderful... it is great to see you here again, you have been missed!!!
Cheers I say to the Champagne:) Hope to show you loads of more work in the future!Delete
Welcome back! It's wonderful to see your work again. I love everthing here.ReplyDelete
Thank you Drora, nice to see you back too:)Delete
Great playing along... ;O) It's so good to see you caught that good ol' minature virus again. Every single detail is perfect... I hope you're keeping up your posting speed...ReplyDelete
Still do!I hope:)Delete
Oh, it is all looking fabulous. Looking forward to your future blog entries. Such a neat project.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, hope to post a lot more!Delete
I could never get tired of you, Sab. I love a breakfast tray on a bed. It provides a sign that someone lives there and they will soon be eating their breakfast. Love the chicken coop and birdhouse. The table is so lovingly set and I was particularly attracted by the lemon bowl and the open face sandwich on your breakfast tray.ReplyDelete
Nice to hear, the bread for the sandwich I baked myself and turned out very real:)Delete
Love the potting table! You do make me laugh when you say oh I thought this and then I did that......then the most marvellous miniature appears!! Oh to be so talented.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous as always.
Haha,Janice I don't think I'm talented at all...thank you! The pottery table was one of my first furnitures I ever made, it is not perfect, but reminds me off how I started, and that's why I love it:)ReplyDelete
Wat ziet het er weer "Sab"-achtig uit, zo sfeervol altijd! Oh, die bordjes weet ik nog, die had je toen in zo'n klein kijkkastje ;-)ReplyDelete
Lots of lovely things to see, as usual. It's nice to be inspired and especially nice if you have all you need in your "stash". I never seem to have "that very thing". Lots of wood though!ReplyDelete
The little set table on the roof is lovely too - of course the weather will always be perfect in dollshouse land!