Saturday, 7 November 2015

Miss Leah's Boutique makes it on print!

Hello everyone,

I hope you are all enjoying your weekend. Here in Malta although the days are still slightly warm during the evening, it is getting chilly and I have been busy organizing our wardrobes for the change of the weather. Somehow even if it is still November, Christmas is in the air.

I am pleased to say that My Miniature World Group on Facebook has reached over 500 members and it is just great to see others posting and sharing their creations. I want to thank you all for being such an amazing bunch. I also want to thank our Face Book fans as My Miniature World on our face book page has reached over 12,000 likes. Thank you for all the encouragement. 

It has been almost a year since Miss Leah's Boutique was complete and it gives me great pleasure and pride to say that Miss Leah's Boutique made it on print on the Dollhouse Miniatures Magazine issue 48. 

It has a four page article with lovely pictures and how it all started in Regent Street. You can all read  and see the full article here A Stroll Down Regent Street! 

Here are some of our favorite pictures of the boutique which have been featured.

The Boutique

Hand Made Miniatures

The lovely Counter with the sophisticated cash register

The Dressing room

Some accessories that I made

Madam De La Vega being served 

The Sewing room

Some of the lovely hand painted miniatures 

The Work table

The cupboard and accessories
It has been such a wonderful experience making Miss Leah's and I enjoyed every minute of it. It brings with it so many memories and exciting moments. Miss Leah has really gotten used to Regent Street and she can't imagine not being part of it. 

We also have a new movie of Miss Leah's Boutique which you can see below.

There will be more shops added to Regent Street and we will also be having more adventures. I am sure that Miss Leah will be involved some way or another and to give you a little peep of what we will be waiting for the next year I want to present to you  Miss Quelina.

Miss Quelina
Who has followed Miss Leah's diary will know too well who Quelina is. Quelina is Leah's sister who has been with her every step since Leah moved to Regent Street. Quelina is another lovely doll made by the amazing Beverly (Beverly - Designer - Dolls). Quelina owns Matquel's Antiques & China Shop with their brother Matty. 

Here are some Pictures of Miss Quelina with her sister Miss Leah. 

Miss Leah and Miss Quelina at the boutique

Quelina came without a hat so I have decided to make a matching hat myself just for her and it fitted in so well.

The new hat that I made for Quelina
The good news is that if everything goes as planned next year Quelina will be renovating Matquel's Antiques & China Shop. One of my lovely projects that I can't wait to transform. Most of the renovation will be done on the outside. I will be changing just a little from the inside and adding more miniatures. I am really excited about that.

So in the mean time Quelina will be staying with her sister Leah.

Quelina at No 35 Leah's
This is all for tonight. Hope you have enjoyed it and are looking forward for next year's renovation project of Matquel's.

Next time when we will meet there will be more progress of Kate's project so keep tuned for the next update.

Enjoy the remaining of the weekend.

Take care and see you soon.


Rebecca xxx 


  1. Wonderful Article Rebecca :-)
    Thank you for mentioning my Art In Wax and I really pleased you liked your miniature dress paintings, it was great fun painting this commission for you.

    1. Thank you so much Hazel. I love your paintings and they fitted so well in the boutique xxx

  2. Congratulations on such a wonderful article. All credits go to you and this boutique does deserve all the recognition. It is the best miniature lady's boutique I ever saw.

    1. Thank you Marie for your kind words. I really appreciate it x

  3. Rebeca encantada de saludarte , un trabajo precioso digno de salir publicado , la Boutique es una maravilla ,los trajes , los accesorios y sombreros todo precioso .Un saludo Teresa


    1. Muchas gracias por sus amables palabras. Realmente lo aprecio . XXXX