Hello Littlest Sweet Shoppers
If you have been following my 1/6 scale dollhouse adventures, you would have noticed that the interior decoration and furniture upholstery are made using Tilda products. I had even made a dress for the dolls using Tilda fabric (just make sure it is one of their smaller prints to suit the scale). Tilda is a Norwegian brand which makes lovely fabrics, paper pads, craft items, and more. The prints are so girly and kitsch so naturally it fits in with the Littlest Sweet Shop world.
I received the new Tilda Circus fabric range to play with and made a few items for the girls. The new fabric range is so colourful and reminds me of festivals in summertime. I decided to make some teepees for Harumi (Ruruko doll) so she could play in the garden with teepee tents to keep all her favourite toys.
|1/6 Scale Teepee using Tilda Circus fabric|
|Tilda Circus teepee with Littlest Sweet Shop carousel cake|
|Harumi playing in the garden with her toys. If it gets too hot she will listen to the radio inside the teepee|
|Tilda's signature vintage floral prints is so sweet and my favourite print from this collection|
|Tilda Circus print made into a blanket|
|Matching Tilda's Corner Shop collection wallpaper and blinds|
|Pink pompoms completes the quirky Circus-themed blanket|
If this is your first time visiting Littlest Sweet Shop for the blog hop, check out the other Tilda materials that I used for the dollhouse. You can frame up illustrations provided in Tilda paper pads and use the cardstock as dollhouse wallpaper. Even the sofa is made from Tilda fabric!
|Living room with Tilda upholstery and wallpaper. Did you spot the new potted plant? Also made by me using polymer clay|
|Tilda fabric used for the bay window seat and Tilda wallpaper. Picture frame with Tilda art|