About

This is a project I planned years ago but am finally starting to execute–to build a miniature Queen Anne Victorian house from scratch. Unlike a dollhouse, which tends to have a row of backless rooms, I have planned an actual house, with openCider12_2012-03-08ings in the walls of two of the sides so you can peek in.

Since I have never built miniatures or houses before, you will have to bear with me, as I will be experimenting as I go along.

Please enjoy.

Juliette

12 thoughts on “About”

  1. robsblogname said:

    This is the coolest blog! Looks like you’re off to a great start, I can’t wait to see what comes next. I hope I can steal a few decorating ideas!

    • Ha! Great minds must think alike…I was looking at your bedroom photo and wondering if I could decorate one of the bedrooms like that. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Although, yours seems more Italianate style and mine is more of a Queen Anne…

  2. robsblogname said:

    Hi there! I have just nominated you for the “Liebster Award” that is given to outstanding blogs that inspire or help others through their daily walk. Congratulations! Please check out this link to see what to do next:
    http://unlikelyromance.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/aw-shucks/
    and keep up the great work! Rob

  3. This is a gorgeous project, I love it!!

  4. This is a great idea! I’ll be following to see what you do. Thanks for stopping by my dollhouse!

  5. Hello again, I am cleaning out some of my old dollhouse furniture kits and such and was wondering if you would like them. I could send you them if you want. I have old Xacto miniature kits and some other do it yourself stuff. I was just going to take it to the local thrift store but figured you could use them seeing how huge your house is going to be. Let me know, and we can discuss offline. Rin aka Tiny Hippo

  6. Looks like you’ve got a big project ahead–have fun. And thanks for subscribing to my blog.

  7. I am so flattered that you liked some of my tiny creations. I have always loved drawing and design but just started miniatures this past year. I love all things tiny! Your Victorian creations are impressive and I am enjoying your progress. Cheers!

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