Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Silver star

Examine the stash and remove two silver trays, bought at this year's ACT Miniature Enthusiasts Association show.
Two silver-coloured embossed metal dolls house miniature trays, one rectangular and one square.
Spy the perfume bottle sent to me by Kikka N in April and a Rement frangipani flower from who knows when in amongst the stash. Realise that the trays would work rather well as deco-esque wall boxes.
Two silver-coloured embossed metal dolls house wall boxes, one rectangular and one square, with a perfume bottle and frangipani in the lower one.
Do some more stash rummaging and add some other pieces that work with the theme, which now seems to have become a luxury bathroom (and discover that it's been a very long time since I've done a bathroom scene).
Two silver-coloured embossed metal dolls house wall boxes, one rectangular and one square, with a pink bottle and model Eiffel Tower in the top one and a perfume bottle, silver bottle and frangipani in the lower one.
Remember the rub-on chandelier silhouette decal I bought from Kmart a couple of years ago and have never found the right home for.
Selection of silver and white dolls house miniature furniture and accessories displayed under a rub-on chandelier sticker in its packet.
 And have a giggle as I realise I've just accidentally created the perfect home for the star challenge piece bought by Roruu for me last month at the Trash and Treasure markets (I'm still working out how to use last year's challenge piece: a large purple plastic octopus).
Selection of silver and white dolls house bathroom miniature furniture and accessories, with a full-sized silver-coloured placemat used as flooring and a range of silver, pink, white and blue miniature accessories.
And also some pieces that Mitchymoo and  Elvira sent me. 
Dolls house miniature bath, mirror and heated towel rail. On the mirror is a beaded bag and on the wall is a tiny pinky-silver tile.
Did you notice the pink sparkly tile? It's from a mosaic play set I picked up from the op shop for a couple of dollars a few years ago and have tucked away for the perfect scene:
Empty video cassette box containing bags of silvery-coloured mosaic tiles in blue, green, pink red and silver,

2 comments :

Indy_Poppy said...

I love your silver chair. May I ask where you got it from. It's a great piece.

The Shopping Sherpa said...

Hi Indy_Poppy

It's 3D printed through Shapeways (http://theshoppingsherpa.blogspot.com.au/2014/09/shapeways-here-i-come.html)