The food safe and working table kits are from Jane Harrop. The explication is clear and easy to follow. I love Jane's kits! I made these kits for training myself; hope I will have better skills in the future.
One thing made me pleased was I left for Birmingham last Friday and re-joined the hubby in Paris on Sunday. Since this was the first time I went abroad attending a miniature fair, everything was so wonderful for me.
I met some friends from SIMP, like Pascale Garnier, Lia and Alma of Vilia Miniature, and Cinen; I also tried to talk to some of my favorite artisans, like Ray Storey and Phil Grenyer of Glass Craft. Both of them are friendly sellers; they both will attend the Arnhem show in Oct.
I noticed a very talented artist, Danny Shotton, who made some stainless knives, and some amazing garden tools in 12th scale. I will definitely collect more of his items once I meet him again in some fairs in the UK next year.(Like Terry Curran, he does not have web or email, but he leaves his phone numbers on the stickers)
Except some flower kits, accessories and supplies, I also bought some lovely furniture and house kits in 24th and 48th scale. That will be my reference for the future projects! (smiling hopfully in the direction ha ha!)
I don’t show off all the treasures in the post but when I said goodbye to Birmingham, the wallet was empty. The rest with me was 2 pounds and 10 pence but I still hope I will have better budget for the next show in Arnhem.By the way, I found a delicious Britain snack by accident during the days in Birmingham city center. I LOVE SCOTCH EGGS though the flavor and taste made me homesick. I brought 3 back to France on Sunday. C'est très bon!