Dolls' Houses Past & Present

A website and ezine about dolls' houses: antique, vintage and modern. Plus furniture and accessories.

Judy C


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Busy grandma who enjoys dancing to keep fit, genealogy, miniatures, needlecrafts and reading. Love being retired from the NHS.

Although I have limited space I do have several vintage 16th scale houses that I have restored and furnished with vintage furniture.  I also have a 24th "Tudor" house which lives in the bookshelves, and one day by hook or crook, I shall own a 12th scale.

 

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8 Comments

Reply Comfort
7:36 AM on November 11, 2015 
things have been rough, but getting better. thanks for noticing and asking! i do look at the photo albums from time to time.. hope all is well with you n your.
Reply gillymac
8:36 AM on June 12, 2015 
Thanks for the welcome. Inspired is not a strong enough word lol, so many things to look at and admire on this site, it is just fabulous :)
Reply Janice
5:36 AM on February 7, 2015 
Thanks, Judy. And where do you put your dollshouses?! I may have to resort to roomboxes next!
BTW, when I'm not into my dollshouses, I'm into genealogy!
Reply theinfill.wordpress.com
7:21 AM on January 1, 2015 
Happy New Year and thanks for your v kind offer ? that would be great. But are you thinking of doing it in the immediate future? I have an idea of how I will be using him in the v near future but have got myself tied up with trying out different air drying clays at the moment. I?m trying to learn how to use them to make doll heads, would you believe.
So far, when dressing something very small I?ve cheated and used glove leather wherever possible as it moulds well and doesn?t fray. It?s just finding the scissors or knife that?s sharp enough that?s the bother I find.
Reply theinfill.wordpress.com
2:04 PM on December 31, 2014 
I have no idea of how to go about dressing a 1:24 figure. I don't think I'd manage to press all the bits and seams etc without totally steaming my fingernails off. Perhaps it's a job for under the mattress? I'm much to fingers and thumbs to try it. How do you go about it? I've a Nicky Bott little 1:24 boy which is waiting assemblage but I've no idea how I'm going to tackle his clobber.
Reply theinfill.wordpress.com
1:51 PM on December 31, 2014 
Thanks Judy for your lovely comment. Both dolls were kits: the fella's from Nicky Bott and the woman from I think it was from 'dct miniature fashions'. The clothing is down to me and my sticky fingers.
Reply Comfort
9:13 AM on September 10, 2014 
lol! Great idea! take your dolly bits so you can sort them while you recover And let everyone else move all the stuff! i will be moving again soon and i'm selling all the doll stuff and more that i can. good luck on your move!
Reply Comfort
7:16 AM on September 10, 2014 
Thanks, Judy! I really can't stay away! lol. I think I am addicted.

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