A New Member in the Family

The newest member of my dollhouse kits collection - the beautiful Tudor cottage called the Glencroft. Photo courtesy of Greenleaf Dollhouse.

…of my dollhouse kits that is. Many apologies to family members if they thought the title meant BK and I are expecting! o_O

But I wanted to write a quick post because I just received this in the mail (from fellow Greenleaf Dollhouse forum member and mini blogger Minis Over the Hill). Thanks Joane for your patience as we figured out the whole shipping arrangement! Funny how we’re technically in the same area, and how we both marveled at how quickly this beauty arrived from your place to mine!

I’m hoping to work on this really soon (after the Prototype is completed of course – Monsieur M, if you have any more of these, please let me know! *hint, hint*).

Still not sure my game plan is — hoping I’ll have some ideas while BK and I are away at Cape Cod to see his family (after spending Christmas with my family on the 25th). I might opt to go traditional, maybe something on the shabby chic side.  As for the exterior, the kit comes with the picket fence you see here. Given the limited space in my apartment, I might opt to not install it. Just in case BK and I will need to move to either a bigger rental or miraculously find a home we can afford in the DC Metro area. Again, will see. 😀

Also found out — much to my delight — that the ever talented Brae of otterine.com also got a Glencroft. Her recent entry about her game plan for her kit left me swooning. Brae, you’re giving me a mini overload – keep it coming!!!

Joane – thank you, thank you for letting me provide this kit a new home. Hopefully will be keeping you posted via entries in my blog! 😀

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