Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Rose Bud Cottage - The Tiny Dolls House

Hi Folks,

How are you? Hope you are all fine. 

Today I will be sharing with you my latest project. It's a bit different from my others.  I managed to finish it today. It's my smallest dolls house that I have. I just can't believe that it is actually complete.

Rose Bud Cottage is a 1:144 (micro) scale unlike my others which are 1:12 scale. It is 6cm high including chimneys and 5.5cm wide. 

When I got the kit I was not sure if I really wanted to do it and less more when I saw the tiny pieces of furniture that I had to build and paint, as all the furniture comes in a kit form.

I have also wall papered the walls and papered the floors. I have added some pictures frames, mirrors, carpets and a clock which I printed. 

Any way finally I have managed to do them and I'm really pleased with the outcome.

I'm not sure if I'll ever do another one like this, but looking at it I might give it another try. I am very sure that Gilbert my husband will urge me to do another one  as he's not that keen on my other dolls houses due to the lack of space. I'm very sure that he will be very trilled when he sees it as I can easily hide it on a shelve without annoying him.

Well as in furniture the kitchen has a sink unit, fridge and an oven. The living room has a table and 2 chairs, a dresser and a small book shelf. The bedroom has a bed, a rocking chair and a tollboy. The bathroom has a bathtub, a sink and the toilet. All 4 rooms have a chimney breast.  

So here it is. I hope you like it. Sorry for the poor quality of photos but as it is so tiny, my camera can't zoom in. I am very sure that you can all see it.

Keep tuned for more.

Take Care and see you soon.

Rebecca xxx

Rosebud Cottage from the outside

Inside Rosebud Cottage

You can see the bedroom and the bathroom

The living room and kitchen


  1. Wow that is so cute, you did a fantastic job on the wallpapering and putting together such tiny furniture, will done :).

  2. Wow, it is so tiny and cute!! It looks really good, well done!

  3. WOW that is amazing, having done some 1/144 houses myself (and nowhere near as perfectly as yours!) I know how difficult they are. You should be so very proud of yourself! Well done!! They are hard and very fiddly but WOW!

    1. Thank you so much Erin. I am so glad that you liked it. Hope that you are ok. Haven't seen you much on the forum. Please make sure to pop in sometime. We miss you!