Monday, December 26, 2016

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2017!


Hope everyone had a lovely peaceful and healthy Christmas. Ours was a bit of a challenge this year as we are now too many to fit comfortably in our smaller accommodations. 

It has been a loooong time since my last post.  My husband put all my dollhouse activities on hold while he created me a work space in the basement of our new much smaller home. Workshop construction was nearly as slow as dollhouse construction. 

I now have lots of lots of cabinetry to house dolls, collectible and miniature, plus tons of bright lighting and a fireplace to keep my feet warm as I work. It really is a nice room to work in. Unfortunately I am having problems getting my ipad to email pictures to share and can't seem to sign into my own flickr account. Let's just say, I need a child to get me sorted out.

So I decided to share a tiny little quarter scale German Christmas market kit I did a few days ago. I was having mini withdrawals and ordered this darling kit from Cynthia Howe Miniatures. I found a tiny little bell cloche that fits it perfectly. Hopefully now my space is sorted, I can get some help with the computery things and start posting again. Fingers crossed my little French dollhouse will be completed in the coming calendar year.

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  1. Amazingly small! I bet your visitors for Christmas were fascinated by the display.
    All the best for the New Year.
    Regards Janine

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    1. Thanks and same to you, happy New year!

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  2. Oh what a Wonderful little kit! I LOVE it! I hope you will have luck sorting out the computer issues, it will be wonderful to see your projects under way again! Happy New Year!

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    1. Right? Fingers crossed I get some work done this year. No more waiting or excuses! Happy New Year.

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  3. Preciosa esa alacena en la campana!! Muy feliz Año Nuevo y a disfrutar de tu nuevo taller!!
    Besos.

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    1. Gracias, eso es tan agradable. ¡¡Feliz Año Nuevo para ti también!!

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  4. I am so happy that your feet are warm,Skulptress because I know Just how important that is when doing minis! :D
    I am glad that you were able to show us your little German Christmas market! It is simply lovely and I especially like the snow piled on top of the stall; it's very realistic and reminds me of what I am currently looking at outside my workroom window.
    I look forward to seeing more work, especially on your Lea' house but in the meantime, I wish you a Happy New Year, too! :D

    elizabeth

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  5. Thanks so much Elizabeth. Hopefully I can get some pics of the new space and share them with you. Happy New Year to you too!!

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