Monday, November 8, 2010

Judith's house

Here is the Celluloid's Triang. One of the things I love most about this house is that a little girl scratched her name in the cardboard roof. I think she was little because it is printing, though very neat with good eye-hand coordination. So this is her house and forever after will be called "Judith's House" to honor her.
I like how she circled it to make her point!

7 comments:

CLARA said...

Una casa ideal. Un detalle respetar el nombre de la niña.
Besos Clara

Miss Val's Creations said...

How cute it that?!?! I love that you have aptly named this house after Judith!

Pan said...

Judith's house is the same model as the house my little sister was lucky enough to receive one Christmas. Afraid all that is left of it now is the front panel. Next time I visit mum I must have a look around the attic to see if it is still there.

I like finding stuff with evidence of a previous owner. I wonder if Judith still has a dolls house.

My Realitty said...

Gracias Clara. It is important how these houses really originated. Wouldn't you just love to have seen Judith as she played with her house! C

My Realitty said...

Miss Val, I wonder how many people had it until it came to me. C

My Realitty said...

Pan, I hang the facades on the wall like art. I did it with the one I removed the paint from and I hang this one over the open dollhouse. C

shale said...

I love this house with the landscaping decals on the front. I bet Judith loved it too.

Susan