It’s never too late for a holiday home tour in miniature is it? I spent a lot of time getting our dollhouse “just right” for the holidays, but never got around to photographing it till now. I hope you enjoy the tour even though it comes a bit after the holiday season!
Our dollhouse has been a work in progress for a couple of years, and still has some rooms that aren’t finished, but I hope to get to work on those as soon as time allows. And we have fun playing with and decorating it no matter how far along we are in the miniature renovation!
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We will start this dollhouse holiday home tour in the farmhouse kitchen. Everything stayed pretty much the same in here, as when I first revealed it, with a few festive touches added (although we sadly lost our pendant lights due to some rough handling by children who shall remain nameless).
I really wanted a miniature gingerbread house, so I found this one that I could print online, and then just printed it very small.
The exterior of our dollhouse is not finished and faces towards the wall most of the time, so I decided to set up some little scenes out of the windows for Christmas.
Out of the kitchen window, you catch a glimpse of some children playing in the snow.
The table is set with rustic wood slice “chargers” and plates we made by covering buttons in patterned pages from Anthropologie catalogs. A small metal pitcher filled with berries and greenery sits on top of a crocheted doily.
The mantel is my next favorite part. Some plastic angels are on either side with a delicate beaded garland (really an old necklace), a very tiny gold baby Jesus in a manger is in the center with brass candlesticks on either side. I made the candles with scrapes of white paper rolled up very tightly and then colored the tops with a yellow marker for the flames.
There is that mouse…
Another diy Christmas tree in this room and some wrapped up gifts.
I hope you enjoyed the holiday home tour from our dollhouse (even if it is almost the end of February!). If you can’t tell, I really love working on this little house…maybe even as much as our real house!