Monday 27 November 2023

The Basement for Winnie the Pooh

 Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you had a great weekend. It has been a while since my last post. Rest assured that I am busy with an extraordinary project that I will share with you when the time comes. Unfortunately for the time being it has to be hidden. 

Between the errands and this project, I continue adding to the Disney Doll House Project. I continued working on the basement where our beloved Winnie the Pooh would stay. 

The collection is quite big and takes a while to collect on a weekly basis but it is definitely worth it. All the parts fit and it is very detailed. This collection can be purchased from the Agenda Book Shop. Here is the online link to get the issues Disney Doll House

The part work was easy to complete the building of the basement. 

I totally love how the furniture pieces turned out and Winnie the Pooh seems very happy.

I hope you like how the basement is turning out. I can't wait to share the progress of this project. 

Make sure to stay tuned for the next updates and news. 

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Tuesday 31 October 2023

Happy Halloween!

 Hello Everyone,

Just a quick pop in to wish you all a Happy Halloween.

I did a miniature scene that I wanted to share with you.

I used two kits that I got from Art of Mini and the lovely piece of furniture that Mr. Hans Gorgen made. A cute art in Wax painting done by Hazel.

I also made a miniature Halloween pup that looks very much like my Penny.

I am very happy with the little scene.

So this is all for today. Wishing you a Happy Halloween. Make sure to keep tuned for the latest news.

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Wednesday 18 October 2023

Mini Tina and The Gang!

Hello Everyone,

Here I am again. I have some exciting news to share. Miniature Tina has finally arrived. 

Most of you know Tina. Tina is my very first Chihuahua pup. The eldest amongst her adopted sisters.  

Tina is quite a character. She is very reserved and I would say an aristocrat. There is no messing around with Tina. She is the protector of the family and keeps on guard. If you want to keep your digits make sure to keep your hand to yourself especially if you are a stranger, but that won't be necessary because she will make it very clear that she doesn't like you especially if you are the postman. 

But then again she has a heart of gold. She can be very gentle, especially with her family and her fluffy sisters. 

Penny was feeling lonely with mini Becks even though she adores her mama. So Tina was next in line to arrive at the scene.

Tina was made by my dear friend and artist Kristin Pavlova. I was speechless when I saw the little pooch.

But Tina wasn't the only pup arriving at the museum. Kristin the lovely lady that she is sent me two more beautiful gifts.

A beautiful painting that she painted of these adorable cats. She also made the frame herself. The detail of the cats is out of this world.

And because she knows how much I love Pomeranians she sent a tiny pom so Tina won't be lonely while traveling. Look at how adorable that Pomerania is! So the sweetheart is going to be called Sadie. You never know maybe in the future I will have a real Pomeranian looking just like her.

Mini Becks is thrilled with the new pups.

Thank you so much my dearest Kristin for Tina and the lovely gifts. I am sure that in the near future, you will also be making Pixie and Button to complete the family. Mini Becks is already hinting that they are missing.

So this is all for today. I hope you like the new additions to the family. Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates. 

Take Care and See you Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Monday 16 October 2023

DollsHouse Nederland Show 2023 in Arnhem

Hello Everyone,

How are you all? It's been a while since my last post. I have been extremely busy but I am managing so far. It's been a week since my visit to the Dollshouse Nederland Show in Arnhem, Holland. The last time I was in Arnhem was in March 2020 just at the start of the Covid pandemic. It was great to meet artists and be part of it all once again. 

The two full days were amazing. There was so much to see. So many unique miniatures and accessories.

One of my proudest moments was when I spotted the Dolls House Nederland Magazine stand and there among the issues was my Delft Blue Project on the cover page. 

I got so many lovely goodies from various artists and I can't wait to add them to my projects.

My first few miniatures were, the Autumn Pumpkin center piece, the tiny Nativity scene and the three unique nursery rhymes ceramic pieces that I got from My Thai Miniaturen

I was so happy to see the Spanish doll artist Victoria Heredia Guerbos. In 2020 I had bought a girl figurine and 2 tiny dolls so this year I bought a matching figurine and another beautiful doll.

I also got the tiniest doll for a 1:144 scale miniature dollshouse made by Almudena Gonzalez

Some unique furniture pieces made by H.J. Goergen and painted by Janet.

The cute tiny Teddy Bear from Betty Miniatures.

The Cutest of gifts from a dear friend that was aquired from Art of Mini. A bisque tiny child bunny that matches my other children in the Easter Project. 

 The old doctor's bag and a gift for the dressing room from Mini Vintage.

Beautifuf printed fabric from Susanna Alberti of Miniature Fashion

And lots of kits from Art of Mini, Melissa's Mini Wereld, Mini Vintage and Iriginals.

So that is pretty much it and I am very sure that everything will be keeping me busy for the next couple of months. 

Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates and latest news.

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Monday 25 September 2023

Miniature Goldfish Bowl

Hello Everyone,

How are you? I hope you had a great weekend. Just wanted to pop by to share with you my latest creation.

I have been wanting to make one of these miniature Goldfish bowls so I gave it a try.

I made this tiny little goldfish and painted him in a translucent paints and I have to say it looked cute.

Then I got one of these empty glass bowls that you find from dollshouse and miniature suppliers and added it to it with some additional tiny little stones. Added the resin and I completed the fish bowl with a pedestal beneath it.

So far I have placed it in my Sea View dollshouse and placed it on the little elephant table that I made a few months ago.

Here is the final result for now. 

This is all for today. Hope you like my latest creation. Keep tuned for the latest updates and news.

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Saturday 9 September 2023

Visiting Sicily!

 Hello Everyone,

How are you? Hope you are all well and that you are enjoying your weekend. Just a few days ago I returned from the beautiful neighbouring island of Sicily. 

Beautiful is an understatement! I got to visit the land of 'The Godfather' Savoca, Forsa D'Agro, Taormina, Ortigia and Catania. My heart always belonged to the city of Taormina but I have to say I fell in love with Savoca. The scenery is out of this world. 

Unfortunately, no matter how many places I have visited in Sicily in the past years, I never find any dollshouse miniatures. However, I found some Sicilian souvenirs in Savoca that will fit perfectly for a dollshouse. 

One of my favourite pieces is the miniature ceramic prickly pear tree in the pot. The country side is filled with prickly pears trees. It is something that Sicily has in common with Malta. They grow in the wild and at the end of the summer we eat the fruit which I totally love. 

In Sicily, you will find hundreds of ceramic Moro head vases all over the place that come in different colours and sizes. Usually they come in pairs and I am lucky that I found a tiny pair. 

There is an ancient legend about the Moro Heads which I find a bit squeamish and fascinating at the same time. The legend says that during the time of the Moor domination in Sicily, there lived a beautiful girl in the Arab quarter Kalsa (in the heart of Palermo) who loved to take care of plants on her balcony. One day she was noticed by a Moor who fell in love with her. The man told her of his feelings and the two were overwhelmed by desire. When the girl found out that her lover would soon travel back to the East, where a wife and children were waiting for him, she felt betrayed and sad.

Mad with jealousy, and feeling humiliated by the betrayal, the girl killed the Moor while he was asleep. In a fit of incredible violence, she cut off his head and used it as a vase in which she planted a bud of basil. The girl watered the plant with her tears and, as time went by, the basil grew luxuriantly. The heady scent of the King’s plant (from the Greek Basilikos) meaning Basil Plant caused the envy of the girl’s neighbours, who immediately ordered ceramic vases with the same features as the Moor’s Head. That’s how the beautiful girl started a tradition that is still in use.

I say I am very happy with these new miniatures and they fit so nicely in the display that I created. 

This is all for today. Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates and latest news. 

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Friday 1 September 2023

Garry's Study Room

Hello Everyone,

It's finally the weekend and I can't wait to share with you the new micro project. How are you all? Hope you are well. Here I am busy as always and enjoying the last few weeks of the Summer break with the kids.

Today I wanted to share with you Garry's Study Room which is one of the six micro scale projects that I am building.

I have to say it was quite a cute project to build and looks great near Ava's Workshop. 

It took me a while to complete especially making the tiny little individual books.

Now that it's complete it will stay in Posy's Dollshouse for the time being.

Here are some close up pictures of the tiny dollshouse.

This is all for today. I hope you like this project. Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates with the new micro project.

Wishing you all a Happy Weekend.

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx