Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Doll House




And also those tiny house shoes. And a straw and a cup. My kid watched me having fun. I felt like making a worm house that we saw in a picture. The worm changed in a butterfly and flew out when the puppets in a story lift up the box lid. Not ours. Ours is a 70s (again!) little doll and her house is furnished sort of utilitarian in neo-functionalist style. She likes mushroom picking.

1. Martinka
2. sleeping bag, ready-made, originally a wrist warmer for baby Domík
3. pillow, whipped up at place
4. bed, made from the cardboard that was in the shoe box the house is from
5. mushroom, modeling clay, painted
6. basket, laying abandoned under a bookshelf in our living room
7. table, ready-made, a cup for bigger dolls
8. flower, modeling clay, made after watching Mio Mao
9. carpet, 100% wool

And Dominik added his touch, urban graffiti on a facade. The house will not survive very long, I am afraid.

3 comments:

Theresa said...

What a fun mom you are. Hey girl, You still want to do corner view? Either way is fine, no worries. Jane and I are updating the list, it has gotten long. Please let me know. Thanks Theresa

Merruli said...

The doll house is just great! And just the right amount of things to play in it and with it. Even if the house won't survive the play, it is nice that you documented the house and its' belongings.

la casita said...

Sweet doll house.
I like the worm house story too.