What a lovely cushion - and how sweet that your daughter gives you presents for your hobby! The baby looks very comfortable.And I recognise the bedhead! The dressing table also, I have a pink and white one in my Eagle Toys hexagonal house, I think it's by Crailsheimer.
Thank you Rebecca, yes katimus and my mother are the only ones (hä, they are two), who looks with mini-eyes and bring me her finds. I will google Crailsheimer now, thank you very much. Have you blogged a foto of thies dressing table? I would like to see it.
Here it is Oese: http://rebeccascollections.blogspot.com/2009/03/eagle-toys-hexagonal-house-canada-1950s.htmland I have a link to the puppenhausmuseum page where I discovered what it was:http://www.puppenhausmuseum.de/pageID_6505464.html
So nice of your daughter to make you this cushion!Tell her it's lovely, and even more so with the cute little baby on top! Nice set up, too, I love the reflection of the mum in the mirror!And thank you Rebecca for the links, very much nice furniture both in your hexagonal house and in the puppenhausmuseum page! I have seen almost all of the pages of the puppehausmuseum earlier as well, but with such a huge amount of information and pictures it's easy to be a bit overwhelmed.
Rebecca and Pubdoll, I will tell katimus, that you like the cushion she gave me.I enjoyed the links too. I saw this pictures before, I'm sure. But I agree with Pubdoll, it's too much sometimes. But now when I have this wardrobe and vanity I am so excited to see this pics. I love the furniture in your setting too, so lovely. Will you email me, Rebecca, so that we can make a deal about the 1:10-furniture? I would like to give them to you soo much, much better than sell on ebay or to a stranger.
Gnocchi gets to sleep on a bigger cushion now. He's quite happy with the trade. ;)