So, this is how the cottage looked at the start . . . .
I LOVE the way that Bea of Petite Properties does the flooring. I think it looks amazing :-)
The walls though are far too clean for a witch . . . even a good witch!
This is where the decorating began . . .
I used some grungy looking scrapbooking paper for the back wall, painted the sides, aged it all to make it look well lived-in, and then added some beams to the ceiling.
I made sure the corners especially were nice and "dirty"
Then came downstairs . . .
Firstly the bedroom.
Then, the kitchen . . .
Again, I "dirtied" the walls up, as I wanted a grungy cottage for my witch!
Now I could add the furniture.
Some was bought and used "as is", other pieces I made from scratch or adapted using a little driftwood. This fantastic idea was given to me by Susan Manning who herself has made some wonderful furniture.
Oops! I forgot to mention . . . . by now I had bought a little girl witch from Joy (Adora-bella minis).
Here she is . . .
Just look at those teeth! Isn't she wonderful??
So . . . the bedroom now needed two beds :-)