WOW Holly!!! Makes me wonder why I spent so much money on the OG Diner! Your Snack Shack is great!!! Good job!
*From Julie's doll mom:*Super job! Holly! Take that AG!
Great job love it
Holly, you are so creative!!! Looks wonderful!! I would love to know where you got the percolator coffee pot? Sharon
Thank you!! The coffee pot actually belonged to my husband's grandmother. It was one of her childhood toys. :)
Great job! Very impressive. Madelon
Oh thank you all so much!! It was so fun to make! All the dishes (including the coffee pot), except for the cheese grater and silverware, were my husband's grandmother's childhood doll dishes. I was so tickled to be able to use something she treasured enough to keep for 80 years! The love of dolls is timeless, I suppose! :)
Amazing job! Thank you for sharing!! :)
I think handmade scenes and items are always so much more interesting than store bought ones. In addition to representing a scene like the diner here, there's the added dimension of knowing that it came from re-purposed materials and a person's creativity.
I completely agree and it is a OOAK original!
Thank you so much!! And thank you, Rhonda, for featuring my diner! I just love your blog!! :)