Sunday, November 30, 2014

A Christmas dollhouse!

I love dolls and dollhouses!  If I wasn't so wrapped up in my scrap art, I would work on the large dollhouse that I got for Christmas about 10 years ago just before scrapbooking took over my life!  Needless, to say, the dollhouse sits in the corner and is nothing but a shell.  I have furniture and fixtures for it, but I'd rather play with scissors and paper!

Now, this Prima dollhouse is just what I needed.  Its small enough that I could have fun turning it into a Christmas home.  I used Graphic 45's Twelve Days of Christmas for my decor and for Valentina's dresses.  Her Christmas dress is trimmed with Glistening Snow-Tex to mimic white fur.  Of course, Valentina has a poodle!   I've added some Petaloo and Manor House flowers and a vintage seam binding bow to finish it off.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting Valentina's Christmas house!


  1. I absolutely love this Christmas dollhouse!

  2. what a beauty!! I would like to try it!! Greetings from Costa Rica !! Now I am your fan :)

  3. Maggi, this is simply amazing!!!!!! I'm STILL discovering new details after several days of coming back for "just one more look!"

  4. I just saw this on Pinterest Maggie!!
    Oh me oh my how do I love this little dollhouse!! Amazing

  5. This is wonderful! I never thought of making a shadow box dollhouse. What a fantastic idea. Love everything you put into it. Is that box available for purchase?

    1. Thank you so much! I am not sure if this is still available. It was made by Prima so try doing a search on Prima - Julie Nutting - Altered Doll House. It is several years old so you may not find it. Good Luck!

    2. Thank you! I had just discovered your beautiful work on Pinterest and now I'm in deep, serious trouble. LOL Have a wonderful day!


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