pinterest verification

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

TreeStump micro house

Please welcome my new finished house :)) You can find it on Etsy here or just contact me if you want to buy it :))

 There isn't much to say about this house. It is approx. 300 scale and again is set on the piece of wood provided by Markshire Studios :)

Thank you for stepping by! :))

Monday, July 20, 2015


Hi everyone!
Welcome to all my new readers :)
I've been absent quiet a lot now and there is a reason for it. Well, two reasons, actually.
We are moving to our new home and there are tons of work to do there. Meanwhile we live with my parents and I simply had all my mini-stuff in boxes. Finally I managed to organize my temporary working space and get to work in June.
I also had to spend two weeks in hospital with my third pregnancy. Luckily, it all turned out well and now we're expecting our new family member in December :))

Now I at last have some time for my minis and am proud to show you my new piece. That is a lighthouse. You can find it on Etsy here

Here on the blog you'll find more photos though.
That is a 300 scale house, its height is 60 mm with the wooden base (thx to Markshire Studios)

Thank you for stepping by! 

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

New house on the stone

Here is the latest house that I finished today. It was my last order and now I am free to try out something just for fun :) Or for accepting more orders! :)

Monday, May 11, 2015

Giveaway results

Hi good folks :)
Today I have some spare time to make a post. That means today we will find out who would be the winner of my giveaway.
I want to thank you all for being so kind to my sleepy doll. Here is the list of people who wished to take care of her:
1. Irina
2. Fabiola
3. Maria Ireland
4. Ludmila
5. Drora
6. Anne
7. Francesca
8. Carmen
9. Alexandra Martinez

And the winner is...
Francesca! Please email me your address (you can find my email at the top right corner of my blog) and I'll ship you the roombox right away :)

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Giveaway of my 1:12 scale roombox

Hello my dear followers!
There is something great happening in my family - we are moving from our small flat to a big 3-storey building! :)
While packing all the stuff I have at home I realized, that the roombox, that I made 2 years ago is just collecting dust at my shelf. I think, I will be much more happy if anyone, who loves minis, would enjoy this roombox and take care of it instead of me :)
The roombox was my third attempt to make minis (and the doll is the first one I have ever made!) so it is far from perfect. But it is cute and if anyone wants it, it would please me :)
There are no special conditions for taking part in the giveaway. I do not want you to share it on your blog or elsewhere (but if you want to do it anyway - that's fine). That is not an advertisment, but just an attempt to find a loving home for the roombox :)
 So if you want it (everything on the picture is included), please leave a comment below. In about a week, when I have the time, I will choose the winner with a random generator:)

You can see more photos here and if you look at older posts from there you will find some proccess of making of.

So, have a creative time, guys, c ya!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

288 scale roomboxes

Hi there, dear followers!
the last part of this complex order were three tiny roomboxes, in scale 1/288 to 1/300 (hard to calculate :) )
The wall height is about 9-10 mm, the whole box measures approx. 11x11x11 mm
That was a replica of my previous roomboxes.

 A while back someone asked me to make a photo of my tiny houses with a 144th scale house, so that one could imagine the difference. So, here is the part of an unassembled Queen Anne Mansion kit by North Eastern Scale Models.

I still have one order in this scale to make, so stay tuned to see another house on the stone :)
Wishing you a creative time!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

The second 288-300 scale house

Hi there!
Here's a house I finished today. The second house in 1/288-300 scale. The wall height of one floor is 9.5 - 10 mm.
That is a "fully functional" house - the stairs really lead to the second floor, there's a shower and a WC, so that tiny citizens could have everything they need) There's even a kitchen corner, with a tiny fridge and a stove, but it's hardly visible, because it is the corner near the staircase and there's almost no light.
Just as the previous one, it is based on markshire studio's wooden base. Looks awesome :) 

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

The beginning of new 1:300

bathroom wall. If you look close enough you can even see a string for pulling a curtain on the window :)) The wall height is 10mm

Friday, April 10, 2015

1:300 house

Hi! Today I've finished the 1:300 scale house. This scale is so quick :)
It looks great in real life, but on the photos you can of course see roughness.

 A while ago I ordered wooden bases on Markshire Studio and now I had finally an opportunity to use it! The quality of the wooden pieces is superb :) They have different sizes, this one is one of the smallest.

I'm going to make another house and three roomboxes in this scale, so stay tuned if interested :)