Hazel's houses look great in miniature!
22 January 2013
Here's a short tale about a miniatures addict and her work!
Hazel Wood, from Kent, started out with The Classical Dolls’ House
kit around ten years ago. Her daughter has one too, and while she used the Georgian era, Hazel stuck with this century.
She says in her letter to The Dolls House Emporium: "I then fell in love with a much larger dolls’ house which I have decorated in the Regency era.
"My next house is roughly the same size and this time I have used the Edwardian era, the middle floor being the flat and basement is now the tea room and shop.
"My latest project was the little village hall/church used for the creative competition and as you can see from the picture I have added a chancel and bell tower to the original kit.
"I have over 30 dolls in the houses. I buy cheaper ones and re-dress them.
"At the moment I am starting a throne room using the crowns sold in your catalogues. I must curb buying more houses as my craft room is rather crowded!"
The exterior shot below is her Edwardian mansion.
The interiors are from her Regency House, while the church is her interpretation of The Village Hall