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My Dolls House -The Angelic Mansion, Tea Room and Beach Hut

My dolls house ( The sewAngelic Mansion)

Tea house 

Beach House


I keep being asked for photographs of my Houses so this page is dedicated to them.
I will add new pictures as and when with the newest ones at the top.

Enjoy.



Just made a valentine cake and card. 5p coin for scale which is 1/12 


Grandma and Alice enjoying afternoon tea at the Tea House 




Grandma and Alice enjoying time together

Latest pictures of the Beach Hut January 2020. 


I added a paddling pool made from a 3D photo frame. The cyclist is wearing a bathing costume with a wrap to cover it.

















This is the house as it is at the moment - December 2019.
It has a tea house to the side.



The roof opens to reveal the attic rooms, with Alice's bedroom and The Angelic Sewing room


This is with all the doors open so that you can see the layout

Nana's Tea House





Looking down into the tea room. All the food you can see was made by me from Polymer clay


The food cabinets are full of more sandwiches and cakes


As well as tea the cafe has wine of you fancy a glass.


The sewing room is always busy, note the cupboard full of clothes


What does a sewing room need the most? A cat and tea and cake in my sewing room.


Lots of activities in action


A mannequin and storage for fabric and thread, and two bespoke umbrellas.


Now that Christmas is over the family have bought a new suite for the lounge. Jan 2020


Grandma has let her hair grow wild, she needs a haircut!





The telephone table with notebook and pencil and passport 





There is also a new modern fridge freezer in the kitchen


Mint green is the latest colour for fridge freezers 




Christmas is almost here and Santa is visiting to leave gifts for the adults. He will be back with the children's gifts on Christmas Eve of course



Alice is hanging her stocking in eager anticipation



The Tea House is ready too, with a tempting display of Christmas cakes.
Notice the handmade cards. The tablecloth is made from a 1/12 scale Christmas design which I printed onto white cotton fabric.


To give you an idea of the scale this is the display with a 5p coin for comparison.


Alice loves Alice in Wonderland and she is exploring the contents of her table

She has a new dolls house and a pretty dress is hung up ready for special occasions


She is so lucky to have such a lot of toys.



Lady Angela's bedroom is full of feminine fripperies. A Harris Tweed throw is casually placed on the end of the bed for chilly nights and a lawn nightgown hangs up on the wardrobe door.
There is a hairdryer and curlers for her to use too.


Next to her bed is a table with a lamp, alarm clock and book


Lady Angela is all set to go out with her pretty dress and shopping basket


The bathroom is stocked with toiletries and plenty of towels , there is a bath and a shower


Candles and tissues are very easy to make .


Toothbrushes hang over the sink


A lovely relaxing bathroom


In the kitchen breakfast is almost ready for the family.


There are some decorations up for Christmas





Another look at the well stocked kitchen



A close up lol at some of the breakfast food made from polymer clay.


I made the vase in the kitchen window which contains poinsettia by being  inspired by Fat Lava Pottery which I love 


Back in the sewing room a Mad Hatter style hat is being created for Alice


I love this room, the TV room is getting ready for Christmas


A tree and tiny gifts are beginning to appear


A close up of the little gifts I made



I love this room. It's rather dark but it adds to the atmosphere.
Note the old red phone with a mobile phone also on the table. A passport is peeking out of the drawer..

Father is resting with his paper and coffee and cake



A bowl of fruit ( polymer clay) is also on the coffee table
I love the old style television.



The christmas tree had been put up and gifts surround it



A close up of the hand made fruit



This is some Fat Lava pottery made from air drying clay. This originated in Germany and was very popular between 1949 and 1990!


I also have a Beach Hut. The tree is up, note the baby donkey investigating it.



The little girl Annie is playing with the dogs in her christmas hat.
Mother is reading a book. Blanket ready in case she gets cold



A birds eye view inside the beach hut.


Everything is handmade and I even did the pictures on the wall


the starfish on the wall the house with the pink roof and the yacht were all made from polymer clay

The painting was done by me using watercolour paint



The scene is being set for a lovely Christmas. father is playing Carols on his Euphonium and is wearing a festive hat


Mother and father look happy and content sat in the winter sunshine




The shop is still open selling essentials such as bread and cakes and so on, but also artwork by the local artist , windshields, towels sweeping brushes, beach balls and flags for the beach


The little girl Annie is so engrossed in playing with the dogs that she has not noticed Santa sat reading his paper in the outside convenience
You can just see see behind the blue rails  that there is is an outdoor sink and a water pump


And here he is!






This is the beach hut before the Christmas tree went up




I love this 1/12 scale wallpaper don't you


This is the outside convenience.  Notice the torn paper on a hook on the door, the newspaper inside, and  the toilet roll which you can just see, and the tiled floor






This beach hut is the first 1/12 scale house that I built and I must admit I have a great fondness for it






This is the beach hut under construction I found it easier to do most of the painting before  putting it all together. I did of course do a test run before taking it all apart for painting



This is the outdoor toilet in its bare wood condition before being sanded and decorated



These are the  watercolour paintings which I did to go inside the beach hut



These are some more items which I made - a blanket,  some tea lights ,a some canisters to hold tea and biscuits below you can see a red box of tissues which again I made






The latest edition to the doll's house , which is called the Angelic Mansion is actually Nana's tea house


The tea house was made from a conservatory kit and it contains display cabinets of all the lovely food available for afternoon tea.
 The table is already set with sandwiches ready for for.the first guests



These are some of of the sandwiches and cakes which I made from polymer clay
They are on on temporary plates as they were changed after baking




A selection of tea and cakes are available



For a celebration afternoon tea wine is available



A close up of one of the food cabinets, now has more food inside


Same with this one, more food has now been added



These are some new dresses made in the sewing room


A nightgown for Lady Angela



The dresses again



Detail in the sewing room



The house being built.  It takes a good couple of days to build that's all, longer if you decide to decorate first - which would have been easier


Use a good quality PVA wood glue



The house built


This is my Dad checking some measurements as Dad's do when daughters build a house all by themselves with no help



Dad again!