Miniature Vintage Provence Stove

It´s time to bake in french style! 
Handmade stove, made in real wood, painted in a soft blue and egg colour, aged and with a touch of toile jouy paper to complete this special look. The smell of fresh baked croissants is all over the kitchen, and it could´t miss a french baguette and coffee in the coffeepot for the french breakfast. I am making one in pink,will post it soon 😉







Good enough to eat!



New Handmade Miniature Desk

It has been a while since I made my last miniature desk. This time I wanted to try something a little more shabby and with a distressed look. I am quite pleased with the final result and I couldn´t resist adding a cupcake and a cup of tea to the display for a more sweet look …





Shabby and Tea anyone?…

So last friday I started doing some shabby lamps. I decided that I could do the base of the lamps with teapots, and for my surprise the result turned quite charming and delicious.

I used french vintage labels to complete the top of the lamps. Well they don´t give light to your dollhouse but they sure give charm and elegance!Mmmmmm…chocolate, I could take a bite on this last one 😉 

Shabby Chic miniatures…

Whether you call it cottage, English country or just plain romantic, shabby chic accessories and distressed furniture create a comfortably elegant home, and naturaly in your dollhouse too.
A pink shelve with a book, a teapot, sugarpot and teacups hanged results on a lovely miniature with a shabby flavour. The bottom was covered with an elegant fabric with flowers matching.

Mmmm…what about adding a beautiful bench to this scenary?

“I love cats because I enjoy my home, they become its visible soul.” Jean Cocteau

Well, as an owner of six cats, I know that! I have to put them in my handmade miniatures somewhere…

White and clean, cats and shabby chic…This chair looks good in a room, dinning room , children´s room, outside as a bench or inside with some pillows. Handmade with wood and painted.  I wish I could have it in real size for my home! My cats sure would love 🙂


 And the inspiration in cats go on!