Deck out your device with 15% off smartphone cases & laptop skins. Use code DEVICE15.

Raspberry City with a Misty Morning Sky... by trennea

Currently unavailable for purchase

Available to buy on…

Raspberry City with a Misty Morning Sky... by 


Raspberry City is an amazing place to live, with two residential buildings, rooftop gardens, a community school, book and coffee shop and a park-like feel. Here is it in the lovely morning mist, with a warm cup of cocoa waiting for you!

I truly hope you enjoy your day in Raspberry City!

Comments

  • girlinthestars
    girlinthestarsover 6 years ago

    ok this is just too cute! i want this to be real!!!!! Eh hem, is it real? ;)

  • In my imagination…and doesn’t everything real really start there…in ones imagination?

    – trennea

  • Harry Murray
    Harry Murrayover 6 years ago

    This could be Barbie’s Dream House! It really does remind me of the original “dream house” my sister had in the 60’s … it was all cardboard … but these colors seem to remind me of it. Love it Tricia!

  • So I google the Barbie Dream House, there have been a few over the years…my favorite is the orange/yellow A frame house. I think this one must look like the “Barbie Dream Town House” circa 1980’s. I also found a 60’s version, which no one bothered to make color coordinated…gosh. I will keep looking if I find the one you are all thinking of, I will get a link. My favorite Barbie toy as a child-Barbie Dream Store, it had fashions and cosmetic, jewelry…it was AWESOME!

    – trennea

  • pinkyjain
    pinkyjainover 6 years ago

    This is so lovely Tricia, such a warm & wonderful place to live

  • Rebekah  McLeod
    Rebekah McLeodover 6 years ago

    It made me think of the Barbie dream house too.

  • Harry Murray
    Harry Murrayover 6 years ago

    I guess this is the one I recall my sister had …

    http://blackbird17.blogspot.com/2006_06_01_arch...

    but I remember it being much more about PINK.

    After seeing these photos I sorta recall the brick patio and barbecue. I mostly remember getting a kick out of helping to “fold” the furniture together. As I recall when you got it, quite a lot of it was flat and you had to put it together. I’m not entirely certain it folded up into a box before you assembled things. I seem to recall all of it being flat at first. OK … my memory is a bit foggy on it … but I was only about 7 at the time and that was at least a few years ago. I’m pretty sure that was our first Christmas in the Suburbs … LOL … 1963. It was very white as I recall too. It snowed in feet the day after we moved in and that was around Thanksgiving.

    So now you need to start doing fold-up houses for your paper-doll girls!!!!!!!!!!

  • Harry Murray
    Harry Murrayover 6 years ago

    Oh … you have to scroll down towards the bottom of that page to see the photos … and I remember having to put the sliding celophane door in.

desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait

10%off for joining

the Redbubble mailing list

Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox. Free for your convenience.