THIS IS the TRUE STORY OF
HOW ARTHUR TOOK A BATH!
Well, technically speaking 'Arthur' did Not really take a bath anywhere, but IT IS TRUE that I took an empty space, in the Arthur doll's house, which was not very appealing and turned it into a very vintage looking Victorian style bathroom. To say that this bathroom is taken as far as it is going to go, design wise, is inaccurate, because I do believe that there is going to be a sequel to this particular saga somewhere down the line. But for right now, this is what I would like to show and tell you about. So sit back and relax, as I open the pages and begin this tale with .......
|The walls with the stained paper and the lamps that are finally up and running|
|a close up of the Scott Hughes Light fixture|
|Now they're just old|
( showing just how far I can actually sink)
|the old pipes|
|I added eyelets to give some additional length and width to the fitting|
so that it could reach the wall
|"Yoo hoo! |
Has anybody seen my RUST?"
|It's right here!|
"OH Thank you!!"
(in which the tension mounts)
|But it was ALL too shiny!|
|Now I have an aged tension curtain rod with rings.|
easily installed or removed whenever necessary
( wherein I talk about my shelf life)
|Nothing is considered sacred when working with minis. Levi Jeans are no exception. I'm sorry to say that|
I OUT-GREW mine,
However, I managed to keep a great little souvenir
( just for old-times sake)
( wherein my toilet's looking crappy)
|one last look|
|It wern't easy but now she's a goner, sorry Marisa!|
( wherein I'm asked to take a seat)
|chair before the trim|
|hair brush courtesy of Irene's Hambleton Hall blog tutorial|
(and the bra, as it turns out, came from Janine at MINWORKS blog )
And YOU thought that You were the only one who skipped right to the end first!
and this...Realy IS ..... THE END