Saturday, June 18, 2011

A touch of Provence: French Stone and Stucco Cottage Dollhouse

Since I last posted, I finished the painting of the dollhouse.  I installed the door and windows. And I added vines.
I made a few pots. I've been  looking for dry lavender, but that's been hard to find!! I'm so shocked. I thought I would find it everywhere. I still have a couple of stores to go look at though.
I think this little curtain turned out well. I used jewelry jump rings to hang them off a piece of wire so it can move just like the real one.
I painted these little "tiles" with a random pattern.
Next, I'll be shopping for fabric. I need a little valance in the front window and the curtain for the side window.


  1. Another BEAUTIFUL treasure. I am in love, love, love with it!!!! =)

  2. Morning Caroline,
    Another masterpiece in the making I see! Can't wait to see the finished product as always.

    Thanks so much for coming by the other day and all your well wishes for hubby and I over the job. It has been a good week, things are going well, and it looks as tho he is gonna love it once he is finally all set up to do what he loves to do!!

    Hope all is well with you too, hon.
    Blessings, Nellie

  3. Está lindo! Gosto tanto. O pormenor da cortina.. tudo! Estou desejosa de ver mais.

  4. Wow, the stone walls on the outside of this shop look fab!

  5. Caroline, What an incredible little shop this is going to be! I love the building and all of the stone,brick and tile work that you have done!!!

  6. Absolutamente maravillosa, me encanta tu estilo.
    besitos ascension

  7. amazing Caroline! I love how the roof turned out- and I love the rustic feel of this house ♥