I haven’t said much about it yet, because I’ve been pretty busy with my internship with Vintage Dollhouse Shop and SummerMiniFun; but I found another Dollhouse that was looking for a new home, and I’ve made her mine!
So no, I probably shouldn’t have been looking for another project house, but I love the process of finding new homes for vintage miniatures, and the collection inside of the house caught my eye as well.
Acquiring a full mini estate feels so special to me. And this time, I didn’t just pick up a house, but I got to meet Ellie, the person who had worked on it for years. As Elli and I cleared each room into storage boxes, I felt so grateful to be the next person trusted with caring for collection and finding others to care for it. I thought it’s only appropriate to name the house Elli, in their honor.
As you may have read in the second progress report for the Plumbrook Cottage, I am not planning to change too much on the house except for reinforcing and repairing some where in tear from over the years.
Ellie will be more of a renovation project, and I hope you’re planning to stick around, because we will be redoing all nine rooms along with exterior renovations.
Thank you for being here.