This dollhouse scene started out as just a house ready for inspiration in a 1/4”-scale miniature class. Somehow, the house just needed a still, which meant that the scene needed to be in the woods and near water. The base is styrofoam with coffee and tea grounds for the dirt, and aquarium stones all around. Of course, a red-eyed bear has found the still and is quietly resting on a wood pile in the back. The dollhouse was built by Peggy Boggeln and loaned to the museum by the San Diego Miniature Crafters.

This dollhouse is nestled in the woods with a small still sitting outside near a stream.

Exhibit added: October 14, 2017 - Last modified: May 18, 2024

Presented by The Joe Martin Foundation for Exceptional Craftsmanship