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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

November 13, 2013

Free White Christmas Subway Art and little things...

Hey everyone! 
Has anyone been over to PicMonkey?
It is fun to play around with their graphics, fonts, and winter designs...and it is free.
This is a free printable for you...for the winter cold weather we seem to be getting lately!

If I could decorate a Christmas bedroom the way I wanted to...I would have 
a fireplace, an old window, shutters, quilts, trees, lights...
so I decorated one in miniature with all the trimmings.

 I adore red and white...so it only seemed natural to have those be the main colors of the room.
 A sweet little tray with Hot Cocoa fixin's for chilly nights...
 Pretend snow balls in a pretty red basket.
 A little sign that announces the special date....



 Little Christmas cookies ready for nibbling...yummy...I love sugar cookies. Alas these were made out of polymer clay and don't taste too good. Hahha~!


 Another thing I have started making is Blythe doll bedding. I had not realized how big the Blythe doll craze was. A couple customers asked me if I made doll bedding for this doll size, so I decided to jump in. There are entire blogs and websites completely devoted to this doll. Pinterest has thousands and I mean thousands of pictures of Blythe dolls. Who knew?
 Of course she had to have a tree in her bedroom too. You should see the American Girl doll bedroom...that is another post...
 Here is a tiny miniature dollhouse bench (about 4" across) I painted. Added a gingham checked quilt, little pillow with Christmas stockings on it...and a snowball ornament!
 Last but not least my favorite gift...is always a hot cocoa mix in a jar..in real life. But I started thinking...how cute would it be to do this in miniature? So...I made little marshmallows...added some peppermint candies (clay) and chalk to look like hot cocoa...
all with a bow, a button and a tag...
for your little doll!
I need to think about Christmas for my big house...
but not for a few more days~ smile!
Blessings,
Debbie

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

So adorable, Debbie! I wish I was tiny and could stay in one of your rooms! :)

I don't get the Blythe doll craze but then again, everyone is different! ♥

Plushpussycat said...

Your minis are so adorable, Debbie! I love all of your decorating ideas, especially the red gingham quilt and the hot cocoa mix. I recently put the quilt I bought from you in Flossy's bedroom--it changed the atmosphere to instant comfort! xo Jennifer