So back to the drawing board. Grabbing a sheet of foamcore, and an 8x12"frame, this is the resulting roombox. More space for bakery products and a better visual. Walls painted to resemble that lovely paper from the original plan.
The telephone is a cheapie from stash, and the reservation desk was constructed from foamcore and a scrap of fabric.
The corner armoires, are also from foamcore, based on this one from stash.
Teapots and cakes are made from air-dry clay and painted.
Cake stand on the right made from a silver plate and a clear push pin. The one on the right is a clear bead and a small suction cup.
Projects don't necessarily need to be carbon copies, they can take on a life of their own.
Continuing on, using the Miniature Worlds book as inspiration.
The tea room started out with a Tetley Tea box.
However, once the wallpaper was installed, and the opening framed, it was obvious the scale was all wrong for the contents. Rats! A great idea, and the wallpaper was perfect, too! And of course, there wasn't any more.