Saturday, September 25, 2010
Gypsy Travel Trailer Dollhouse: All Done!
This was absolutely the most eclectic mini I've done so far. It's already sold to Debra who is creating a vacation theme I think! She already has the beach house. Thanks Deb!
Here's the original Magnolia Pearl Airstream...
I put the light switch and battery in the air conditioning unit.
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As someone who adores a good travel trailer, this seriously tugs at all the right strings. If I had an extra 185 and some room (I'm currently moving across country and thinking about moving into my own travel trailer!), I would buy this little baby up.ReplyDelete
sigh.......how I love this....everything about it. You poured every bit of love into it and it shows. Bravo!!ReplyDelete
O.K. I am back because I am so smitten.....did you actually build the wooden structure yourself?? What are the dimensions?ReplyDelete
AND last question...what can top this...what is the next project?
p.s. thinking I might have to make several more faerie houses and actually sell them to call this piece mine.
It's fabulous!!! I love Magnolia Pearl too!!! I didn't know about the 1/12 scale trailer until I saw yours. Great job!ReplyDelete
It totally awesome!! The painting on the outside is fabulous. And you anticipated my question, I was wondering where you were going to hide the battery pack.ReplyDelete
Oh My goodness Caroline,ReplyDelete
what an amazing job you did on that lil airstream trailer. It is just gorgeous. It looks so much like the real one. It is just so cute!!
Thanks for coming by tonight, and glad I made you laugh, that makes me happy! Sometimes I don't know if people think I am nuts or what!! lol
Hope you have a great Sunday hon,
this is truely outstanding!!!!!...i love it!!! :D Linda xReplyDelete
I adore your little waggon, both the outsides and the inside interior. Very detailed and great colors.ReplyDelete
Ohhh Wow... you are surely a fast worker :0) I love every tiny detail on the trailer. I want one too... 1:1 scale though ;0)ReplyDelete
wow- it's incredible! you did a fabulous job on the painting :)ReplyDelete
Enhorabuena por el trabajo ten fantastico que has hecho.ReplyDelete
Te ha quedado preciosa, los detalles maravillosos.
Me he enamorado de tu caravana.
Las luces le dan un aire muy especial.
you are UNREAL!!!!! this has been my most favorite place in blog land lately. i am kinda sad the trailer is done :( i just love seeing it grow each week. and you're so quick!! you are welcome to come finish my doll house anytime you get board! :)ReplyDelete
it is MAGNIFICENT!!! i just love it!!! you are amazing!
Thank you all so much! I love all your comments and I appreciate you taking the time to visit me!ReplyDelete
I hope you get this email! There's no address so let me know if you get this. I'll put it as a comment in case you don't get this.
I think it will be loads of fun for you to make! I did paint all the flowers on the outside. They are really easy roses. If you look closely at the Magnolia Pearl you'll see that it's all graffiti type of painting. So the roses are skiggly swirls of at least 3 colors. The pink roses are pink, red and a tiny bit of yellow. The red roses are red, I used a little pink, a dot or line of black and a little yellow. The key to painting the out side was not cleaning my brush. So for the green I mixed it with brown and a little yellow. It makes this very gypsy looking paint job.
The battery and light is a set from anyone who sells roomboxes. I shop at www.ModelTrainSoftware.com They have the best prices usually.
The wallpaper is bits of paper I've collected over the years and some I got off the internet. You can find a lot on websites that sell wallpaper. I didn't tear mine but in the Magnolia Pearl some pieces are just torn. That will be the easiest wallpaper job you'll ever do!
...CAROLINE!!! This IS THE most magical miniature to date!! YOU are truely a most gifted creator of dreams...extraordinary!!!!!!ReplyDelete
ps ~ m.p. has a blog!!! check it out here: http://www.magnoliapearlblog.blogspot.com/
Beautiful! I love it. You work so fast. Much faster than me! :)ReplyDelete
Caroline, This came out FABULOUS!!!!!!! I love all of the details and the gypsy look to it!ReplyDelete
El interior ya te dije que era muy acogedor con esa luz y tanto detalle.
Hoy la enseñas terminada. El esterior está perfecto. Puede ser hippie, gitana, en realidad es libertad de movimientos.
Is this the most gorgeous thing or what????!!!! Oh my goodness, you did an outstanding job. Not only is the inside so gorgeous, the outside is simply beautiful!!!!! I read that "Debra" has already purchased it. She is SO lucky. You did a superb job and it is just gorgeous and she is going to LOVE it!!!ReplyDelete
All my obsessions in one object! I love miniatures and customs, as well as travel trailers and Magnolia Pearl. And here they are all together!ReplyDelete
Great job. It is so lovely.
Would love to see a mini Rose Royce (hint hint) ;)
This is so amazing. The outside really invites you to look inside, and once you do... Love! I love how you decorated the inside.... alot!!!!ReplyDelete
This was well before my blogging days, so I'm really happy you posted a link - another brilliant and inspiring creation! I can see me getting "commissioned" to try to create one for the dollshouse museum - will give full credit for the inspiration obviously, if I ever get round to it!!ReplyDelete
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