Monday, November 14, 2011

Teeny Weeny Shabby Streamside Studio 1/4 scale

The tiny shabby streamside studio is coming together seamlessly! I love it.
I made the screen door, trimmed all the windows, painted the porch floor and sculpted the stone foundation.
Here I have the foundation painted and the flower box ready.
I thought I wouldn't be able to get many details inside. But I was able to put curtains on all the windows with the roses on top!  The fireplace mantle has the "tin" tile insert. On top I put a rose painting instead of a mirror. The mirror was too bulky.
I made the chandelier with 6 curled pieces of wire. 3 are painted white and 3 have crystals strung on them. The light bulb is in the middle.
I made the roses with cotton fabric. It's just a fold, twist and roll method.
Upstairs also has curtains.
Before I put the roof on, I scored and carved out the plank ceiling and attached the fabric for the ceiling.
I am putting on the shingles one at a tie. I think it gives it such a sweet look.

The porch posts are toothpicks.
This is one of the 3 chandeliers. This is not a working one. It's just to look cute. There's another nonworking chandelier in the loft.
Tomorrow, I might have this little cutie finished. We'll see.
The real Shabby Streamside Studio belongs to Sandy Foster. You can see it on her beautiful blog My Shabby Streamside Studio.


12 comments:

  1. This is so tiny and adorable! You totally brought me to reality when you said that the porch posts are toothpicks! Toothpicks! That is so tiny! I can't wait to see the finished cottage--wow! :-)

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  2. Cute! You have worked your magic once again :) I am so impressed with all the detail you added to this small scale.

    Hugs,
    Victoria

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  3. ...i can't believe this actually fits in your hand!
    it is amazing:)
    xo, Rosemary

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  4. Fantastic. Its so beautiful and tiny. I love your chandeliers.
    Hugs Maria

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  5. Beautiful and very original.
    Bye Faby

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  6. Caroline, your work on this little jewel is so precious, so exquisite! How can you bear to part with it? All that delicate painstaking work you have put on it! This is unbelievable!!!

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  7. Your talent and creativity are simply amazing!!! Adorable!!!!

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  8. Thanks for sharing all these great photos with us. I LOVE seeing all the details!
    Best,
    Gloria xxoo

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  9. It's melting my heart, it's so darn precious!!! =)

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