The "Someday My Prince Will Come Cottage" is done.
Both turret roofs open. I figure if the light bulbs go one day you could still get to it and either add another battery light or a battery operated candle. The battery and switch are hidden in the right turret.
I painted 3 rose pictures and put them in these little Melissa Frances frames.
I made a day bed. The mattress is burlap wrapped. I knitted a little pink throw with a tattered pink ruffle. And I made 2 other pillows: a bolster pillow tied with twine and another with a brown crown stamp.
There's room on the attic ledge for some old books or something.
The lats are exposed with some plaster in rough shape!
More wall "damage".
This dollhouse is 16" across x 17" tall x 13" deep.
Inside the downstairs is 11" across x 10 1/4" deep x 8" tall.
The attic is about 6 1/2" tall.
This is going to Deana. Thank you Deana!
I Love it! This is my favorite, you are so creative. The person who gets this little house will be so pleased. I especially like the turrets...pure magic :)ReplyDelete
Looks stunning what did you use for the thatch it looks very effectiveReplyDelete
Como es posible? lo has vuelto a hacer!!! Es una palacio maravillosoReplyDelete
The cottage is so gorgeous that I think would send the prince returning home! After all who needs a castle?! ;DReplyDelete
Super hug and Merry Christmas.
It is lovely! It is a marvellous work, so pretty... I have no words.ReplyDelete
I wish you a Merry Christmas. Kisses
What a beautiful house, I love it! So shabby chic! Great job!ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline, well I don't know what to say, this is so fantastic,it's a fairytale dream come true.ReplyDelete
I love it, I wish it was my house.
Hugs Mieke xxx
Absolutely gorgeous!! So many wonderful little details that make it ooze romance.ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline, Your cottage is so adorable. I liked looking at the pictures that you had at night. The details are amazing my friend. It definitely makes you think of the fairytale that your prince will come. Merry Christmas. Your Missouri Friend.ReplyDelete
I can hardly believe my eyes! It is magnificent! I love all of the little details, including the tiny framed rose paintings. Deana is one lucky woman! :-)ReplyDelete
C'est une petite maison merveilleuse!!on se croirait dans un conte de fée!!ReplyDelete
I love your house.ReplyDelete
You get the details so fine.
I wish you a
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Minihugs from Britt
it's the cutest little house I've ever seen! I remember when you first started it and I thought to myself what a wreck but you turned it into a gem! Great job you're such an inspiration I wanna do my own cottage nowReplyDelete
Well, all I can say is Lucky lucky lucky Deanna!!! This is absolutely exquisite, the detail is amazing!!!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Christmas Caroline and I look forward to your next creation!!!
Thank you so much for visiting my blog and becoming a follower. I honestly appreciate it and I have decided to do a regular featured artist section on my blog.ReplyDelete
You are my very first featured artist, I could not think of anyone better than you. Your creations are truly spectacular and I think this new fairy tale house is outstanding. Thank you again for taking a moment to visit me, have a great holiday season......
Your best ever without a doubt! This is gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
WOW, how gorgeous!!! I LOVE this and came over from Maureen's!!!ReplyDelete
Es una de las casitas que has hecho que mas me gusta.
Te ha quedado fantastica, me encantan todos los detalles, genial!!!
Best kind of home, Caroline! It's romantic and whimsical, enchanting n every detail. Beauty cab sleep here for 100 years waiting for her Prince to come and still the house will not look dated when she wakes up :)ReplyDelete
I adore your house, Caroline!ReplyDelete
Absolutely wonderful, so many cute details!ReplyDelete
I do not believe Caroline! It is of the most beautiful I've ever seen ..ReplyDelete
It was perfect. With no doubt, of my work is preferred.
It was beautiful.
What used to do the roof?
It was really beautiful.
If not live across the ocean, called the Santa Claus to give me a Christmas present.
I hope you have a great Christmas and New Year with good things only.
Amazing, amazing, amazing!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Caroline, this is such an enchanting cottage for our sweet princess-in-waiting. All about it captivates. The little topiary, climbing vines, turrets with their glass stained windows, thatched roof so reminiscent of fairy tale cottages and those amazing tiny rose paintings within. When night comes, resting her head on the crown stamped pillow, our princess-in-waiting curls up under the dainty little ruffled throw, sighs longingly and enters the land of dreams. Guided by her night light and bewitched by the amazing little structure, her long-awaited knight in shining armour bids himself enter to see what splendour lies within. And so enfolds a fairy tale life of love, peace, and joy.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, gorgeous -just gorgeous!! I love the atmosphere in the cottage!ReplyDelete