Sunday, 10 March 2019

Visiting The Dollshouse Netherland Show March 2019

Hello Everyone,

Here I am again! 

Like a few of you already know, last weekend I was in The Netherlands to visit the Dollshouse Netherland Show that took place at Eusebiuskerk in Arnhem.

On my arrival on Saturday, I had the pleasure to visit the City of Delft which is famous for the manufacturing of the hand painted white and blue pottery and the resting place of the Dutch Master Painter Johannes Vermeer. 

A wonderful place to visit and I also got some Delft miniatures from there too.

Sunday was the big day were I got to go to Arnhem for the Dollshouse Netherland Show. I was so excited to be there. It was great to meet wonderful artists and seeing their amazing work. Eusebiuskerk is beautiful on its own. The building and art work is just magnificent to see. 

I didn't realize that being in Arnhem I was only a few meters away from the famous John Frost bridge which is much known for the War Novel 'A Bridge too Far' by Cornelius Ryan based on a true story that happened in WWII during Operation Market Garden; a failed Allied attempt to break through the German lines.

John Frost Bridge
Also how can I ever forget to mention the little tot that travels with me wherever I go. Posy was with me all the time even at the dolls house show. She might be telling her own stories in her own blog. 

Here are the goodies that I got from the Dollshouse Netherland Show.

Surprise! I found the original Charles Dickens Doll made by the Dolls House Emporium which has been discontinued for years. Who would have told me that I would find him there. Got the doll from 'Minidoor-Workshops & Poppenhuisminiaturen'

I got the sweet baby doll all dressed up, pair of boots and a tiny lady's bag from the sweet lady Marijke Van Vuuren who knits the tiniest of miniature accessories. 

A few kits from Janny's Artofmini. It was great meeting her.

And a few more kits from Melissa's Laserville. It was nice meeting you once again Melissa. 

Finally the tiny little sculptured doll which has poseable legs and arms from the Spanish artist Victoria Heredia Guerbo.

It was one of the most wonderful weekends that I ever experienced in my life. I will never forget it. It was a dream come true. Maybe one day, in a few years, I will get to visit again, but for now,  back to reality. I will share my dollshouse projects and miniature works from here. 

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx


  1. What a wonderful trip. The miniatures must have seemed really tiny in comparison to the grand setting of the show.

  2. It was nice you see you again.Only this time for a very short moment.Perhaps you will come to the Netherlands some other time again!
    Greetings Melissa

    1. It was great meeting you there once again Melissa. Yes let's hope that I will visit again xxx

  3. It was wonderful to be there for sure; great artists on all possible miniature-related disciplines, very humbling! And the setting.. magical!

    1. I can't agree with you more José. We have enjoyed it to the full. As you said it was totally magical!