Sonntag, 11. April 2010


As Doreen allready said, it is possible to make a tiny attic-room in the greenhouses roof. Yesterday I couldn't stop with this house, I was even too busy decorating it to go outside as I planned!
uh oh, how addictive is this!
I learned a bit about the angle to fotograph through the plexiglas, but I think there is some more expierience needed. I'm very glad that during the last year some 1:24 furniture come along my collection, because even the lundby-scale items are too big for the attic.

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This is the second version.
There is so less space that I had the idea to open the roof. Now there is a kind of roof-terrace.

I realized, that all this very small furniture was sent to me as a gift from Moretoview and Pinchofpepper. Some bits was part of a swap with Callsmall and some are playmobil.

It's nice that the blue bag and the micro-giraffes fits in every scale.


  1. It's wonderful and what a great idea to open the roof.

  2. Thank you very much, Norma. This house is really addictive, so many possibilities....

  3. I KNEW you would find a beautiful use for the card I sent:) I love the shot of the open roof with trees visible in the background -- such a nice feel and mood.

  4. Just love the photos and the open roof. Really like the tiny giraffes too. Enjoy your blog so much.

  5. Hi Callsmall, yes I thought it would be a nice little carpet, I've allready used it as a wallpaper in an easter-scene.
    And I'm very glad that in the garden of our neighbour's house are so nice and high trees!

    Hi Amy, thank you - I like the giraffes too. It is so sweet to use them in any scale - they allways fit!

  6. It is so nice to have glass all around a room. I like the second version (I love the cat on the table) best and that is a great idea of opening the roof.

  7. Hello Doreen, yes, the second version is for old ladies like you and me, who don't want to sleep on a matress on the floor, only with two tic-tac-boxes beneath it.....
    I'm glad you like my winter-garten (that's the german expression).
    Thank you for your comment!