This is a little dollhouse that I made in woodshop. It's designed after a typical home in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Jodhpur is famous for having many houses painted the very same shade of blue.
This may be because blue is the colour of the Brahmin caste, or because the blue colour repels insects, or simply because it's more cooling. It depends who you ask! Oh India, you crack me up so bad! *UPDATE*See comments section for another take on why the houses are blue.....
I was so excited when I discovered that I could take my pictures of Jodhpur to a paint shop, where they matched the colour perfectly! They put this little lense thing on the picture, then it told the paint mixer how much of what colour to use. I don't know about you, but I was impressed! LOL
My dollhouse looks a little lonely, don't you think? Why don't we have a tea party!
Welcome, everybody! As you can see, Logo is already here! Get another cup ready Logo, here comes BS. He's right behind you in the window!
Heh! Ok so enlarge this pic, because I want you to see the lovely Crapola that Logo sent me!
Notice the teeny gold violin, the candlesticks, and the tiny glass fruits on the table. Those are the crapolas! And they are really tiny! Ooh I just love tiny things!
(For those of you wondering why I'm calling it crap...we have this game we adopted, that I saw once about a year ago on another blog. We send each other stuff, then we have to make art and posts and what nots with it.)
How'd I do BS? Schadeboy?
I leave you with this limerick, I'm saree it's so bad! Har har! I wrote it with a couple other friends.....
There once was a man from Bombay
Who just didn't know what to say
when the girl from next door
caught her saree in the door
and unraveled her dress all the way.
Happy HNT everyone!
Mr Ratburns got his own kind of tea party!
If it's boobies you're looking for, check out the Hijackers! We got plenty today!