The sun is shining and it is a gorgeous day here in the Shenandoah. We received lots of rain yesterday (much needed though!) and now the sun is shining. I have a feeling that the Easter flowers will be blooming soon!
I was going through some old photos the other day and happened upon some pictures that I took at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum in Williamsburg, Virginia. Although it was a couple of years ago, I remember our visit like it was yesterday! The sampler "drawers" were open and I was able to drool all over the extensive groups of antique samplers in the Colonial Williamsburg collection. I could not take pictures of the samplers but once I moved on from the samplers (I was there for over three hours!) I found my way over to the doll house collection. I love doll houses and had one when I was a child. Walking through the exhibit I can honestly say that I felt like a kid again and I even found one that even had a miniature sampler in it! Here are some pictures of my adventure with doll houses...
Yours truly in front of the doll house with the sampler. See the tiny sampler on the wall above the bed?
This is a close-up of the sampler
A picture of the entire house
Here is the kitchen...
A close-up of the wine bottles in the kitchen
This is a tiny greenhouse right off of the main house...adorable!
Another lovely house
Dining room...see the little picture of George Washington?
Bedroom above the dining room
I hope that you enjoyed perusing the dollhouses...sometimes it is fun to be a kid again!
I will leave you with a picture of what my future car will look like...including the license plate!
Have a good one! Happy Stitching!