Thursday, January 10

Ask Greenleaf

My daughter and son-in-law live in a house like this here in Birmingham. They have done just a little upgrading. For the most part it is still in its original condition.

I have been collecting remodeling ideas for them. Money is tight, so they are enjoying their home as it is.

Today I sent an email to Greenleaf Dollhouses. I asked if they would possibly design a tri-level dollhouse kit? The only houses I have seen that are similar are the vintage 1950s Marx tin dollhouses. I think it's time someone made a wooden house like this!

I would LOVE to build and decorate a tri-level dollhouse. I wonder if anyone else would be interested in a kit like this?

Hope you have a good day! Dylan says "thank you" for your comforting comments!


AM Minnaard said...

Hello Kathi, love your blog. Wishing you all the best with Dylan!

Vistiendo Sueños said...

Me encanta este blog!!!!

Ruth said...

Tri level? You are ambitious woman! I actually love small scenes and roomboxes, because they take up less room and they are less expensive to do, and they don't take forever to finish!
I feel bad I didn't leave a comment when you were posting about Dylan, I have been having a hard time myself. Hugs and Kisses,

Lucille said...

Dear Kathi! One house is enough for me. Hope I can finish it this year. And then, it will only be small projects. Very, very small! Of course, you do have a workroom and that makes all the difference in the world. With a one-bedroom apartment, my house sits in the living room on a table and it takes up immense space. But, that's okay because I need to have something to do and I can't think of anything better than to enjoy this wonderful hobby. Give Dylan a hug for me. Keeping him in my prayers!

Sandra said...

I'm so sorry I didn't know about Dylan to leave a message at the time. I hope all goes well for him, he's a lovely little furbaby.

A tri-level house sounds great to me - I'd love to do it in quarter scale, so the finished size wouldn't be a problem, and it would be an interesting project - what fun it would be. Hugs, Sandie