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Monday, June 30, 2014

Bunk bed

In a couple of years we're going to have one in real life (the little one sleeps with us now :))..
I've always wanted a bunk bed myself but I don't have any brothers or sisters
So I'm practicing with a micro version :)

Sunday, June 29, 2014


I didn't want it to be that feminine, but it seems the room decided for itself. So here it is :)
 I used rose bead as a lamp to cover the light and so there's lots of intimacy right now :)

only one room to go!:)

Sunday, June 22, 2014


Oh, I like how the light turned out! I could never make something like that by my own. I'm so lucky to have such a husband, lol :) Just check this out!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

bathroom and wiring

Hi there!
I've finished bathroom - two more rooms and garden still to go :)
here's how it turned out:
 I carve bathtub, wc and sink out of polymer clay with the help of different drills.
 Bathroom is as well child-friendly :)
The door is like the one you see on the back - also with "glass" inside
Now how's the house looks like:
 There'll be light in children's room (you can see it) and in bedroom
 The lamp in the kitchen is working one, unlike the one in living room (there'd be only working fireplace there)
I wasn't very accurate with the window-painting, because i'll be placing white sheets on the facade and it won't be so horrible when finished :)
Still so much work to do!
The wiring (bottom):
 As I said, I'm not using any kits - my husband makes the wiring for me from scratch. it is not done yet. The base is also cut from a piece of wood. (I'd love to use some professional bases though- I simply have no idea where to get them)

And here's how we test our wiring : it stays on for 6 days already, shines just as bright as in the beginning. We also test how it affects the wall where it stays on for a long time. It seems there's no influence, so using these things is completely safe :)

If you have any questions on how to do anything I do from scratch - please ask ) I'll be happy to answer)

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Here's a kitchen ready and furnished:
 I especially like translucent vases and bottles: My daughter gave me the leftovers from her child's crafts, you know, the one where you have tiny colorful plastic pieces and you need to glue them down to get a picture. They are not so easy to cut, but I still managed to do that and now I have enough translucent plastic for vases and bottles for my lifetime :)) The red and green "lamps" on top door of the fridge are from the same material.

 I guess now I can show you what the house would look like. Of course there'll be also the left wall, 2nd floor and a roof. But you can see here the general idea :)
And here I've tried to play with the table and chairs, but after several minutes of trying to put them straight around the table I gave up: the chairs fall just from breathing - I need to work more on making them straight :)) (The coin is 2 euro)

The next step is lightning on the 1st floor and furnishing of the second floor rooms. Stay tuned!

Thursday, June 5, 2014

next step is kitchen!

I've made a sink for the kitchen today. I think it looks much more realistic than the one I made over a year ago. This is how I can track my progress^)
Next time I make a sink for 144 I think I'll make a tutorial, because this one turned out quite good. Pity it is not actually seen on photo - the foil blicks too much

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Living room

Hi guys!
I've finished the living room in my big tiny house :)
wall height on the 1st floor is only 17mm I guess I am again in a scale less than 144th.
I'm taking pictures now because once I add second floor I'm afrain I won't be able to make good view of the inside.
That is a great room (though some furniture is a little crooked) :)
I hope all the 144th scale lovers enjoy it :)