Thursday, January 27, 2011

The Wonderful World of Miniatures

I spent a good whack of the morning looking at wonderful miniature creations yesterday. Wow! They are so good I am obsessed!

I have added a few new blogs to my blog list, who in turn have links to more talented people and their Etsy shops.

Carolyns little kitchen
The Mini Food Blog
PetitPlat Food Art

If you want to have a go, check out this tutorial on how to make bread or a miniature cake. may become hooked!


petals and vintage said...

Hi Tamara, I nearly bought a beautiful french repo Louis chair on Ebay at a really good price once, then I discovered it was a miniature!!Thank heavens I didn't bid on it - I was waiting for the last minute. Do not laugh :) :) ...I am!

Pam x

A Treasured Past said...

@Bayside can be deceiving can't they? I often have 'scale' surprises when I buy things on ebay, something the item is very small, but then again, maybe I should read the description a little better..once I bought a cast iron bird bath, it arrived and it was only tiny, no wonder they could post it :)

Shabby Vintage Junk said...

Hiya Tamara....!

Arggghhhhhh....I just had a BIG reply all ready to go & blogger STOLE it from me....BUGGER....

Ok....If I recall....

Oh YES....THANK YOU for your comment....YES....Wonderful AND scary is correct....!!

I'm sorry you have to go back yourself on Monday....THANK HEAVENS for weekends hey....!!

I was just chuckling away at Pam's comment about ALMOST being sucked in by a minature when I remembered I HAD been sucked in myself not so long ago when I purchased a TEENY WEENY red peely paint wooden car the size of my thumbnail....I THOUGHT it was the size of a shoebox....DOH....hahahahaha....

Have a WONDERFUL weekend Lovey....!

Cheers for now,
Tamarah :o)

*Maristella* said...

Hi Tamara!
Che meraviglia le miniature e che pazienza!
Un abbraccio ed un caro saluto, *Maristella*.