Monday, May 16, 2016

Miniature Monday: Artist's Supplies in 1/12th Scale

I made these 1/12th scale artist accessories a while back:

I went through a phase where I made so many easels and various artist's supplies; I was obsessed!  I still have my notes and measurements.  If you are interested in a tutorial for any of these items, please do let me know.

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Monday, May 9, 2016

Miniature Monday: Pugs!

Hi Everyone.  These adorable pugs are by the Artist Karl Blindheim (Bjarnesonn's).  They are 1/12th scale and came as a set with the bed.  The puppies do come apart if you wanted to use them separately, but they are so adorable nestled together.  Karl's work is amazing!

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Monday, May 2, 2016

Miniature Monday: A Dresser

Happy Monday everyone!  This dresser is in my collection.  I fell in love as soon as I saw it.  The details are really beautiful.

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Monday, April 18, 2016

Miniature Monday: Baby Love

I purchased these adorable twin newborns on eBay.  They are so tiny and nicely made. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!  They are currently on display through June, along with 20 others dolls from my collection, at St. Margaret's House, a Senior Citizen center in Manhattan.

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Monday, April 11, 2016

Miniature Monday: Dollhouse Workbench

My actual workstations are a whole lot messier, so I do enjoy this tidy one.

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Monday, March 28, 2016

Miniature Monday: Whatta Doll Studios - Original Sculptures

Many of the talented artists I feature do not have blogs or websites.  I get to see them at shows and happily purchase their work.   I'm especially excited when it's someone new to meet and get to know.  I hope, if you're interested in any of their work, you reach out and let them know.  Perhaps we will inspire some to post their art themselves!

These lovelies are one of a kind originals by Karen Robertson of Whatta Doll Studio.  I'll list her contact information below.  I fell in love with her character dolls and would like to share a few with you today.

The Bishop:  I love the wrinkles in his face and hands.

The Tavern Wench: I really appreciate how thick and sturdy she looks. I enjoy a doll who does not have dainty hands and feet!
The Washer Woman and her accessories

The Aunt Churning Butter.

I call this one Fancy Shopper because she's going into my Jewelry store:


Karen Robertson, Sculptor
Whatta Doll Studio
phone: 585-329-9999

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Monday, March 7, 2016

Miniature Monday: Delicious Foods by Sharon Harbison

These lovely creations are from Sharon Harbison Miniature Food in Union Beach, NJ.  You can contact her at 732-739-1932,  Great details, amazing prices.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

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