|Hot dogs, chicken goujons, chicken sandwich, burgers, fries and onion rings|
|Chicken burger and fries|
|Chicken goujons / nuggets with meticulous breading detail!|
|Onion rings are also available now as a side|
Since Puppen Haus is still an ongoing project, I spent a big chunk of my week making this sofa for the living room. I used Tilda fabric, cereal boxes (cardboard), quilt batting, foam board and a lot of glue. Some sewing and interlacing was needed for the skirting and cushion.
|It doesn't just look comfy. It's a very soft and snug sofa thanks to the thick quilt batting|
|Close-up of cushions. Duck egg spotty cushions made with Tilda material. Embroidered cushion from a miniaturist in Germany and heart pillow from IKEA Huset set.|
|Side profile. I had to sew the pleats for the skirting|
|I made everything here :)|
|A side of the living room. Rocking chair and coffee table is vintage Sindy. I re-upholstered the chair cushion with Tilda fabric|
|Sadie loves her new comfy sofa! She can't decide to sit on the bay window seat or sink into this sofa|
|The living room was designed with comfort in mind. Breakfront cabinet is vintage Sindy|
|Peeking into the living room from the window|
|Puppen Haus is almost furnished! Just need to make a bed and it's all ready for Sadie to move in :)|
She's still in her ballerina costume to motivate me to practice ballet more often. Maybe I'll take her to my ballet class :D
This is just a little extra information that I should have included in my last blog post about the making of the Playscale Townhouse. I got this book all the way from America and it has all the drawings of each part and a guide to decorating the interior. I highly recommend it especially if you are building this house from scratch (not from the kit). It was also very useful to have all the parts drawings since I had to replace quite a few things since the kit was 40% damaged.
OK, that's all for this week. I hope you have a fantastic weekend and have a Happy Halloween!