The Queen has a new abode, a upturned teapot.
There are no maker’s markings, so let me know if you recognise it. I got this for £2.99.
Here are the palace people and the size relationship to the teapot. I think with some paint and imagination it could be made charming. I can already see the maid having to sleep in the rafters. Love the round door and window.
Then I found this royal door! This was 99 pence.
Nothing could be more perfect for the Queen. It was amazing to find with the other things, but I also found a tiny throne for her:
The chair was 49 pence.
Yes, yes, she can come out and wave her hand. Maybe someday well find a castle to put behind it. lol.
This was an odd find. It is a resin decoration to hang on the wall. But I thought it would make a fab garden for her. It was certainly in scale.
I was thinking it would be great as a backdrop too. Besides, all Queens must have a garden.
I can imagine all the lovely conversations held in the garden.
Now this gal was another 99 pence, I could not resist. A resin sculpture, not well painted. I thought that I would repaint her myself, make her less gaudy. Her hair curls nearly to the floor, but I may giver her better hair, this stuff is cheap stuff.
She has the sweetest face, but I think I may give her a more made up look, because it doesn’t seem to go with the rest of the get up. I plan on waiting until I really see the changes I want to make, but what a fun little project. Too bad she is immobile, cause I would love to have a jointed doll like this. I have set her near my computer. I like her.