Slowly but surely, Rapunzel's Tower is coming along. Last fall I got inspired to work on the downstairs of the tower which was either going to be a dungeon or a witch's kitchen. Being very near Halloween, there was a lot of information on the internet about creepy dollhouse things, so I put together this witch's kitchen which is true to the story of Rapunzel anyway. Everything was stuff I had on hand except for the skull and bones which came from a Dollar General miniature skeleton I purchased in their after Halloween clearance.
The fireplace is made entirely of scrap wood and caulk. The fireplace surround came from some wooden valances that I tore out of the Williamsburg dollhouse during that remodel. I just shoved it against the round wall and glued it in, covered it with caulk and topped with a piece of stained balsa wood for the mantle. I had to cut it rounded on one side, of course. The kettle came from my daughter's Playmobile Nativity set.
The chair was a leftover from the furniture kit that came with the Williamsburg house. #1 Rule in dollhouses: NEVER THROW ANYTHING AWAY! The broom (for flying or just cleaning up the kitchen) was easily made from some raffia, thread, and a wooden dowel.