My Dollhouse Project
Every Christmas, we light up the table with several of my collections: musical and animated carousels. Since last year it's become the job of my little ones. On the table, it's my dollhouse project: a French backery store, a tea salon and a tea shop. As you can see, the ceiling and shop shelves are not glued. The project is uncompleted yet but on going step by step with my bare time. I have been working on these room boxes little by little since the year that sencond kid was born. It is just like a lighthouse, guiding me during the years as I could not work on miniatures as I wanted. I show it to you today, just by the end of 2019. Wishing every day of the new year to be filled with success, happiness and prosperity for you. Happy New Year's Eve and 2020!
Garden lamps, a lantern and terrace terminals are on!
Un jour avant le réveillon!
Une paire de lampadaires, une lanterne, une paire de bornes sont allumées.
Que la joie soit complète en cette heureuse Saison des Fêtes
I cannot help but try making some old style books without doing housekeeping at home. I hope there are more to come after the Christmas holidays. :)
Antique Framed Paintings
This is a little peoject that I have been thinking to achieve, especially the technique of patina, which gives the resine frames the aged effects, stone, metal or wood like appearance.
The paintings are prints with fine touch and finishing.
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Labels: 1:12 Scale, antiques, frame, painting, patina
Mini Christmas Tree is Up
The holiday season is approaching...have you probably been hanging your Christmas lights? I am investigating which broken bulb caused the entire string to turn off...
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