This final post regarding the project shows more filling out of the armoire. I have added lace to the shelves, and a knitting basket. The basket is a purchase from Al Chandronait and a gift of knitting from Michelle Mahler of The Creative Doll; however, Michelle did not do the knitting. The middle has a pot of plastic flowers.
You can see from the pictures that I keep changing things. I move them around a lot, and you will too when you create a vignette project such as this. I have plates printed onto photo paper to stash, as needed, some ribbons, baskets, other porcelain china, as well as some Chrysnbon purchases with which to work. Many items, like the copper kettle, did not make it into the final cut. I found a tea set and knew I had the right thing for the top shelf. The pitcher and bowl made it to the floor, and the excess china into the basket under the armoire. Another china vase that Marla made shown next to the topiary is waiting for some additional something to add, and I snuck in a little Kewpie next to the chair.
The next picture shows a Country Angel on top of the armoire made in a class at Suzanne Andrews Miniature Shop and a purchased country crock. Kewpie is now gone and another bird’s nest placed in its space, while a mouse rests under the nose of kitty. Another bag takes space behind the right armoire door. More of the printed plates attached to the wall next to the chair. Another bunny takes pride of place on the top shelf, and books complete the bottom shelf. No doubt, you can see many things you would do, and I do too. For example, I have a small china lamp to hang from the ceiling on the left to above the painting, but it is not there, yet. For me, until I do that, this is a completed project.
I do hope you find a wonderfully inspiration picture and can turn it into a little memory box for yourself.