My love of anything having to do with dolls and dollhouses started long before I became a serious doll collector. As children, dolls are our playmates, our best friends, and (in the dark of the night) sometimes our protectors. This web page is a place for me to share with other doll lovers of all ages, the dolls I have spent my whole life collecting. Make sure to click the "Older Posts" button at the bottom of the page in order to see the whole collection.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Pet Shop Room Box

I have recently discovered the joy of making miniature room boxes. This is my newest project--a miniature pet shop. It's even lighted, and believe you me, that was no easy feat. I'm no electrician, I can tell you. But it all turned out quite nicely in the end, don't you think? Click on the pictures to get a closer look.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

OOAK 1/144 Scale Dollhouse (Itsy Bitsy House)


You would not believe how much time it takes to make something this small. Much more than it would take to build a normal sized miniature. You drop any item from a project this small over a carpet and you'll never find it again. Those little books on the bedroom shelf--I had to remake way too many of those to replace the ones that kept disappearing when I accidentally dropped them. The teddy bear had to be remade three times. This dollhouse is smaller in reality than pictured.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

New Miniatures For My Collection

I made the last two heart shaped boxes full of cookies myself.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Miniature Mermaid Necklace Giveaway

 Some of you may not know it, but I am a young adult author as well as a doll collector. My novel is a mermaid story called Forbidden Sea which was published by Scholastic Press. For those who love all things miniature, I'm hosting a contest giveaway over on my Forbidden Sea book blog. Click here to get more info and see how you can enter to win all the fabulous prizes pictured here. Including one of my hand made, miniature mermaid necklaces! (USA and Canada ONLY)

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Mermaid Dollhouse Tour

Here is the mermaid dollhouse that I made from scratch. I converted some old shelves and used scrapbook papers as wallpaper. It was way too much fun! Notice the tiny mermaid teddy bear. I hand sculpted the mermaid doll myself. She came out beautifully! Click the photos to see more detail.