So I have started a new initiative. It’s called tinypantsuits. I will make a bunch and then I hope that maybe I will sell them. www.tinypantsuits.com
Sometimes I use my dollhouses in films and books
When I got this doll I knew she needed a spacey wardrobe so I sewed one.
Licca-chan (リカちゃん, Rika-chan), full name Licca Kayama (香山リカ, Kayama Rika), is a dress-up dollseries introduced in Japan on 1967-07-04 by Takara, enjoying the same kind of popularity in Japan as the Barbie series does in the United States.
This was going to be a fairy house but I don’t own any fairy dolls and well… I like mice. My experiment in moss. I’d love to plant a succulent garden around it someday.
Susie sad eyes by various companies, Hong Kong 1960’s Susie sad eyes is a cheaply made 8″ doll that was produced in vast quantities for years, and from several companies, under many different names and packaging.
My Grandfather made this over 40 years ago. I am refurbishing it. I received the furnishings from a good family friend. They were all handmade. I really hope I can finish this one day.
This house is an homage to decrepit houses I used to see in my hometown of Detroit. It took over 3 years to build. Currently it is in Maryland being filmed. I found an article on it in the Daily Mail.