My husband came up with the name One Story Houses for my little booth, because I display the dollhouses I've made. Many of the dollhouses I make are inspired by favorite books and stories.
One of the dollhouses that's proved its popularity is The Odd Shoppe.
The Odd Shoppe is inspired by the little cottages and shops that make up Hogsmeade, an all-wizarding village frequented by Harry Potter and the students of Hogwarts. It's my own version of fan fiction; instead of creating my own characters and settings and plot lines in writing, I create them in 1:12 scale miniature scenes.
Like many of my other houses (I have alot of them) this one was rescued from a thrift store. It was already assembled, but needed to be decorated and polished.
The Odd Shoppe is kind of like a little used book shop, and also sells potions, owl accessories and other miscellany.
Hogsmeade is described as a quaint village resembling a Christmas card in the winter, but it seemed fitting to me that it'd be decorated at Halloween time.
The purveyor is Bartina Bogtrotter (whose name comes from references from The Simpsons and Roald Dahl's Matilda).