Monday, 18 January 2021

Decorating the Sitting room of Le Château

 Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you had a great weekend and that you are all well. Finally this weekend I got to work a bit more on my project Le Château.

Before sharing my progress, I wanted to welcome the new followers to My Miniature World Blog and also I have a WINNER!!! to announce for the miniature Victorian Photo album. I added the strips of papers with your lovely names, popped them in a paper bag and my assistant (my little Leah) drawn out a name. So the luck Winner is Bethany Smith. Congratulations Bethany. Kindly contact me privately with your details so I can send it off to you. There will be more give-aways in the next couple of months so make sure not to miss out!

Coming back to my project, I finally got to decorate the sitting room for my Le Château.

First I started off by decorating the wall above the fire place with a framed painting.

On the mantle piece I made a clock and two cherub candle sticks that suite it quite well. I am so happy how these accessories turned out after I hand painted them. 

The room is quite elaborated as it is, so for furniture, I only wanted to add the sofa, two arm chairs and a small coffee table. I got this sitting room set with all intentions to give it a make-over and I have to say I was quite successful. 

After I worked  on it and added more detail, it suited the room much better.

I painted the face of the coffee table in a way that looked more like marble.

It had been a while since I worked with polymerclay and it gives me great joy when I do. I have made the fruit for the fruit bowl and I am thrilled with the final results. 

Here are a few photos of the complete sitting room. 

I hope you like the sitting room.  I can't wait to continue working on this project. I think the residents will be quite happy with their house. 

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

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx

Sunday, 10 January 2021

Welcome 2021!

 Hello everyone,

Here we are in 2021 and good riddance to 2020. It has been a challenging year for all of us, but I have to say here at My Miniature,  through all the obstacles, we still pulled it through.

Hope you all had a great Christmas and had a good start for the new Year. Took a short break, but now I am all set to start from where I left off.  Just like the previous years, 2020 was another fantastic year for My Miniature World. Before we continue with our adventures I always start the year with a run through of the past year and the new plans that I have in mind for the new one.

My Miniature World Blog has now 316 followers. From here I would like to welcome the new followers and I hope that you'll find it as interesting. Till the end of 2020 My Miniature World has reached over 472,100 views.

You can also find us on  My Miniature World Face Book Page  where just before the year ended we had reach over 20,000 Likes and over 21,000 Followers.

And with that we a Give-Away to announce. This Miniature Victorian Photo Album. 

To get a chance to have this miniature All you have to do is:
1) Be or Become A follower of My Miniature World Blog. 
2) Leave a comment on this post so I'll know who wants to take part. 

Closing date will be 16th January 2021. The Winner will be announced shortly afterwards. So make sure not to miss out!

 You can also join My Miniature World Group on Face Book and follow us on InstagramTwitter and  Pinterest.

My Miniature World Shop on Etsy has had another successful year where it has reached over 8,000 Sales and  our miniatures have reached over 42 different countries around the globe. We offer over 630 miniatures in 1:12 scale and 1:24 scale. Lots of new miniatures will be coming soon so make sure to visit My Miniature World Shop at Etsy

I would like to thank you all, my family, my dearest friends, clients, followers and fans for your constant support and encouragement. It means so much to me.

So here are the highlights of 2020. It has been another busy year.


In January The Physician was complete during the 'Life & Style' TV Show on Net TV.


In February My Miniature World Museum was featured on The Dolls House World UK Magazine. 


In March I completed The Patient's Project on the 'Life & Style' TV Show on Net Tv. 

Once again, Posy and I got to go to the Dolls House Nederland Show in Arnhem in The Netherlands. From there we got quite a few nice goodies. 


In April, The Tudor Manor was featured on The Dolls House World Magazine. 


In May I completed the Regency Style House, inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Pembroke Grange. 


In June we had the start of the new French Style Project 'Le Château'.


J.R. Art Gallery was featured on the Dolls House World

In August My Miniature World adopted her mascot. Tiny Pixie such  a cutie.


In September we introduced Willow the Blythe Doll and her blog.


In October Posy and I visited the miniature world of Madurodam in the Hague, The Netherlands.


In November Santa's Work Shop was featured once again on the Dolls House World Magazine. 


In December we had Twelve Days of Christmas with Miss Holly at Regent Street.

So that was a wrap up for 2020.  A few would ask what' next for 2021? There are quite a few plans I have to say, a few of them are more certain than others. So let's go for the certain ones.

Will continue you working on the French Style Dolls House, 'Le Château', hopefully by the end of this year it will be complete.

Hopefully after completing the French House we can move to St. George's Hill House which will be transformed into an Edwardian Period Mansion.

If all things go well Posy and I will be travelling once again to The Netherlands in May for the Big Event Dollshouses, Dolls and Teddies Show in Hetogenbosch. Both of us are so looking forward to it. 

So that it all. Let' hope that we will have a better year for all of us and I am sure that there will be more dolls house projects and miniatures. 

Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates. I have so much to share. 

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx