Thursday, 16 February 2017

Hello, long time since my last post

I would just like to mention that I get a lot of comments (PM's and public) from people reading my blog, which I am very touched by, thank you to you all.  Some people are unaware that I do actually make everything for sale.

I have my website

Anything you see on either this blog or my website is available (and loads besides) just drop me a message if you can't see what you want - there is no obligation to make a purchase.

I make kitchens to fit your room size and you can ask for a specific style - again no obligation.

I was asked a little while back if I did any 'beachy' things for someone that has a beach house - I am only too happy to have a go and have made a few items.  I have a load more but just wanted to show you these so far.

Deck chair, lighthouse, seahorse, anchor, life belt, ship wheel, framed seashell and word art to start with.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

No excuse I guess

I am so sorry I haven't updated my blog, but for those of you who follow me I just can't apologise enough for not posting anything new.  I know I keep making excuses but we all know how quick time flies!

I have been busy making new things and I have just come back from my annual visit to Guernsey armed with a whole new bundle of ideas from two of my sisters.

Here is a taster of my new things all can be seen on my site in detail or you can email me for more if you can't find them

Monday, 25 April 2016

Well there's a surprise!

Already 4 months into the Year and only one post!

I will have to try harder to get some posts on.

I have been trying to arrange things for taking photos to get better at it, as they say practice makes perfect - although I think I have a lot of practice to do.

I am working on some 'cast iron / wrought iron' items which I will post photos of soon.  In the meantime here are are a few photos of my latest arrangement.

I didn't make the teddybear nor the tablecloth but everything else has been made by me.

Monday, 4 January 2016


I hope everyone had a fabulous time during the festivities.

Now its time to get back to a normal routine and I have today updated my website with new items and there are plenty to follow.

I am also going to upload loads of furniture that I have made and never got around to taking photos so watch this space.

I am currently designing a bath to go with my new sink which I designed based on a French style

This has already been uploaded to my site.

Sunday, 6 December 2015

Far from 'shabby'

I have gone completely opposite to 'shabby' and made these all shiny.  In real life you would think they are actually glazed crockery.  Two different shades of white.

I hope to get these up on my website very soon - it just takes ages.

Also making candle sticks and candles.  Colours brass/gold, copper and silver and of course 2 different whites.

Friday, 27 November 2015

Experimenting with finishing off

Hi everybody

I am learning new ways of finishing off my prints and I am very pleased with the results so far.

Colours may be a little too bright for some but I am making something different to that which I usually do.  Mixed with softer tones I think these will work.

Working on light grey, white and a bright blue too.

Also updated my cooker ranges these will now be made part laser cut and part 3D printed.  This is a photo of my first one.

Monday, 19 October 2015

Another Post so soon!

Just thought I would share with you something I have made for a dear friend in Italy.  Monica has beautiful ideas and relayed to me what she would like for a specific size room in her dollhouse.  I made this working to Monica's measurements and sketches.  She has been very patient and waited a long time for me to finally get around to finishing it.

Here I have just placed the kitchen pieces in the same footprint for her room and just put a few things on it to take the pictures.  Everything I have made the only purchased pieces are the glass jars on the mantle over the cooker, which I decorated with bits and bobs. Also the bit of greenery on top of the corner wall shelf was a purchased piece.