A Study of The Enchanted Dolls’ House By Robyn Johnson

The Enchanted Dolls’ House is an illustrated pop up book by Robyn Johnson. Within it are 4 paper doll houses with various things to discover behind the windows and doors. So I discovered them photographically and I certainly hope you’ll enjoy. Get your own copy of the book here.

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

A Study of The Enchanted Dollhouse by Robyn Johnson

You may also enjoy my post The Paper House in which I explore another pop-up doll house book.

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carosel

Made of scrapbook paper. Photographed with a purposeful lens flare. Edited with a slight motion blur.

See previous: chair-o-plane, ferris wheel

[Another for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve, and Pic and  Word Challenge: Wind]

Ferris Wheel

ferris wheel

Made of scrapbook paper, and wire. Photographed with a purposeful lens flare. Edited with a slight motion blur.

See previous: chair-o-plane

[For the Pic and a Word Challenge: Wind, Daily Post: Summer and Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve]

Chair-O-Plane

There are 3 images in this post.

The swing ride at the fair has always been my favorite. There’s just something about it. Pure joy.

chair-o-plane

chair-o-plane 2

Built out of pink cardstock, tape and e6000.

[Linking to the Daily Prompt: Festivus for the Rest of us – because clearly this would be an event during the new holiday]

 

 

The Paper House

There are 6 images in this post.

My sister bought me a pop-up book not too long ago really (meaning I’m presumably too old to fall in love with a pop-up book, but we all know that’s not true). I believe I was in high school, so we’ll say 7 years ago, tentatively. It’s called “A Three-Dimensional Victorian Dollhouse” and it’s not just any pop-up book. open it, and it folds out into an entire house, filled with detailed, gorgeous illustration.

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…and in book form, without being popped out

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I’m not sure what I’ll inevitably do with it photo wise, but for the moment I wanted to use lighting to bring the scenes to life, while still leaving hints of the paper/pop-up construction.

Stairwell

Master Bedroom

Living Room

Bedroom

Bathroom

Blue Monochrome

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is – ‘Colorful Monotones’. I’ve been building miniature rooms out of scrapbook paper, and have been planning on making a blue living room and posting to this week’s challenge. Today, being the 2nd day of April, the theme for the A to Z challenge is ‘B.‘ What better than to combine the 2? B for blue, and blue monochrome for colorful monochrome.

Blue Monochrome Living Room

With that, here’s my Miniature blue monochrome living room. A bit more stark and dark than I had originally planned…The couch wasn’t coming out quite right, and I’ve been wanting to switch up how I lay out my rooms, since from series to series they’re beginning to look eerily similar. I experimented a bit, and liked the simplicity of just a chair and a wall-mounted television. The television’s glow faintly lighting the scene.

See my scrapbook paper kitchen here, and bedroom here.

As April continues, you can see all my posts for the A to Z challenge here: http://jennifernicholewells.com/tag/a-to-z-challenge/

Photography 101: Triumph

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Congratulations to each and every one of you who made it through Photography 101. I for one, have really enjoyed the challenge, and now know, that when put to the test I can make a photo a day.

For those of you who didn’t participate in Photography 101, thank you for following along!