Sunday, 14 August 2022

Working on Holly's Kitchen!

Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you had a great weekend. It has been a while since my last post. I am spending some time with the kids during their summer break before they go back to school. Still I have been working on my miniatures and projects.

As time passes by quite quick, it is also time to start preparing to complete Holly's home. Believe me, the last thing I have on my mind with this heat is Christmas but considering that I would like to have this project done by the Big Day, then I don't have much time or choice to really put my head there and work on it.

I have started working on the little kitchen which is on the same floor as the shop and so far I am very pleased with my progress.



My father built and painted the detailed little oven while I designed and made the surrounding for it.


I have continued working on the surround to make it more Chrismasy and I made a miniature Christmas garland suited better for the kitchen with cinnamon sticks, slices of oranges, bay leaves and cranberries. You can imagine how nice and sweet the scent of the garland might leave in the room.



It fitted in nicely and suits the room quite well.


I also decided to make my own sink as I couldn't find the right one to fit the area.  So I printed a sink with my 3d resin printer and painted it. I was so surprised how well it turned out.


Like always I added a few ceramics and my bubble water to the sink to add more detail.


I think it looks just right in the room.



A few pieces of furniture still need to be worked on and I still need to add more details to the room. 



I think Miss Holly will like her kitchen once it's done.

This is all for today. I hope you like how the room is turning out to be.

Make sure to keep tuned for the next update on this project and for our latest news. Wishing you all a great week.

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxx

Friday, 22 July 2022

Collectors Exhibition in Aid of 'Sebh Foundation'

Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you are doing well. It has been quite a while since my last post. I have been extremely busy with everything, with the children and at home that I just didn't find the time to do anything for myself.  Hopefully I will be getting back on my swing and will continue working on my projects. Considering that we are in July, and Christmas is just a few months away, I should really pick up on Holly's living quarters.

Today I will be sharing with you something different and something which I never did before. Last weekend a few of my dollshouses took part in the 'Collectors Exhibition'. 


 The Collectors Exhibition was organized by the producers of the same TV Show 'The Collectors' which has been aired last November. The Exhibition was held last Sunday, 17th July 2022  to raise funds in aid of 'Sebh Foundation' which helps and shelters abused women with children. Various collectors took part in this exhibition. The collections were amazing to look at, war medals, beautiful clocks, railway trains, postal stamps and so much more. 


It was my first time that I decided to take part in such an exhibition considering that it was for a good cause. I wasn't very sure about it and I have to say I felt very uneasy moving any of my dollshouses to share in an exhibition. 

I decided to go for my smallest projects that I could set up quite quick and that would fit without too much hassle in my car.    

So I decided to go for my classical dollshouse 'Rose Cottage', the Summer house 'Sea Shells', The Queen's Bedroom Diorama and a small two wall open room box that I usually take with me when invited on a TV Show. 

Rose Cottage and The Queen's Bedroom Diorama

The Summer House and the two wall open room box



I always manage to set up the two wall open room box with something different. 


I have to say I am very glad that I took part, and I also got to meet some great collectors and meet the visitors. 


We also got to have a group photo of some of the Collectors with the organizers of the Exhibition. 


So this is all for today. Hopefully this weekend I will get to work a bit more on my project so I can share with you what I have been up to. Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates.  Wishing you all a happy weekend. 

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,


Rebecca xxx







Friday, 24 June 2022

A new guest at Pembroke Grange

Hello Everyone,

Hope you  are all well and had a great week. Just in time for the weekend, I couldn't stop myself from not sharing our new guest that arrived at My Miniature World.  She will be staying at our Regency Period house, Pembroke Grange. 


Our guest of honor is  our beautiful Duchess of Hastings Daphne Basset the eldest daughter of the Bridgerton Family. 




She was impressed with the house and she has settled in the bedroom.


Daphne is wearing a pretty dress in her favorite colour light blue.  Her hair is pulled up in a role and jewels were added to form as one of her tiaras. 




Her facial features are very delicate. I have to say Beverley has made an amazing job of her and I couldn't be more happy with her. 






I think she will be very happy here. So this is all for today. Hope you like our new addition to Pembroke Grange. Make sure to keep posted for the next updates. 

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,


Rebecca xxx


Friday, 17 June 2022

Entrance to the Disney Dolls' House

Hello Everyone,

Hope you had a great week and that you are looking forward to the Weekend. I am really excited to share with you the progress of my Disney Dolls' House. 


It will take a while to share with you some of the work on this dolls house as every week, I receive a new part to add to the project. In my experience, for those who took the plunge to build the Disney dolls house, I suggest to wait for all parts before you actually start building an object or part of the house. 

In the first, 3 issues you would be able to built the entrance door to the dolls house. Here are some pictures step by step how the entrance door was built. I have to say I am impressed with the detail and how precise the parts are. The instructions are very simple to follow from the magazine.


I started of by building the doors and adding the details to it.



Then I started working on the decorative door frame.






The doors fitted perfectly in to the frame. 

Mickey looks very happy with his front door. 

I can't wait to continue sharing this lovely project. For those who are interested to start this lovely collection visit the Agenda Outlets or online on this link Agenda.

This is all for today. Keep tuned for the next updates. 

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,


Rebecca xxx





Monday, 13 June 2022

Happy Birthday Mini Becks

Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you had a great weekend. 

Yesterday I celebrated my 43rd Birthday. I am grateful for another year with the successes and accomplishments alongside my family, friends and my sweet darling Penny.

Yesterday at Pembroke Grange Mini Becks also celebrated her Birthday.




A few of her friends were invited also from Regent Street like Miss. Leah and Miss Holly. 

Mini Becks was also accompanied with tiny Penny. 


Lots of cakes and savories were served from the kitchens. Everyone enjoyed the party. 




 

Happy Birthday Mini Becks! 

Wishing you many more years to come! 

This is all for today. Make sure to keep posted for the next updates. 

Take Care and See you soon.

Hugs,


Rebecca xxx


Monday, 6 June 2022

Working on the Interior of The Minikin

 Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you are well and had a great weekend. It has been a while since my last post but have been really busy working on my miniatures. Summer is here and as you all know it's my favorite season. In a few weeks the kids will start with their Summer Break. I can't wait to spend some time with them.

Today I will be sharing with you the progress of the 1:24scale project The Minikin. As the exterior of the house is complete, now it's time to work on the interior of the room. I started off with the sitting room.  


I started off by wallpapering the walls and adding the paper wood flooring to the tiny room.


Then I started working on the fire place. The insert of the fire place was hand painted by me and the surrounding was made by me with my resin 3d printer. 



I also got to make a miniature 1:24scale dolls house with a small table for the little Norah. 


I also built the sofa and armchairs which are kits from Mellisa's Mini Wereld. They are very nice to built and quite easy. 


So far this is how it looks so far. I have to say I'm very pleased how it is turning out. It is taking a while to finish considering that it is a 1:24 scale but every furniture piece is being built and painted. 


This is all for today. I hope you like what I have done so far. Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates.

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,


Rebecca xxx