I love how much detail you put into all your work, even in the details to make it look like someone's braking the cookies. ^.^ I love this type of stuff, my brother and I have been working on fixing up an old antique doll house my grandmother handed down to me and another one, exactly identical other then the abuse it seems to have gone through.
I love making tiny things as well, but I'm a bit better with little statues/figurines that would be used as decoration for doll houses like trinkets. I would love to get some food for our doll houses one day as well, and get enough furniture for both of them instead of just one. I love the houses because the windows actually open and close, they have a balcony (well... one does, the other is missing it. On the reverse of that, the one with the balcony is missing its front door). The one that we got from a flea market has to be repainted (it looks like a little kid just finger painted all over it @_@ ) and then we also have to fix the electrical system in it for the few lights it has... get furniture, fix its broken door that keeps popping out... build a new balcony for it. There's a lot of work that has to be put into both of the houses, but I'm sure that we can do it. ^.^ You're an inspiration for me to do more, I'm going to start looking for polymer clays now to try and do more things. I know that, with our doll houses, the idea is that I'll keep both until my brother has kids. Then, if he has a daughter or more, he'll get one of the houses and I'll keep the other for my children.
I hope to be able to make stuff like this one day. ^.^
I really love the houses with functioning windows too, it sounds like a wonderful project to take on - building a quality dollhouse can take much time but it's fun work I'm extremely flattered you'd consider me an inspiration, best of luck to you with your houses!