March 7, 2014 – Seattle Show update and purchases

March 7, 2014 | 0

The road to Seattle Miniature Show started with a snow warning in my area and a long trip down.  But, my friend Elizabeth and I had been looking forward to it, a little snow was not going to prevent this from happening.  And so 3 and a half hours later, there we were.  It is […]

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Etager – wood – early work OOAK

February 20, 2014 | 0

I made this little wooden etager in my early days of working with miniatures.  It was a gift for my friend Janine and the only one I ever made.  I thoroughly love to work with wood and make things unlike others I’ve seen.  I imagined this would be good to place a little candle on […]

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Crabs – “real” good enough to eat

February 20, 2014 | 0

Over the many years of sailing and traveling, it is amazing what one will collect.  On the beach sometimes you are lucky enough to come across little crab skeletons which if seen early enough after it’s demise can be preserved as vivqualiid as it’s live state. So after many years of collecting and weeding through […]

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Salt box – old

January 16, 2014 | 0

Here’s another item I made to take to one of my “Miniteers’ meeting. I made these two for the first time and would like to make more in different finishes.   

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Made from online tutorials

October 31, 2013 | 0

From online tutorials

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Tea time tray

October 29, 2013 | 0

I made this little tray for the club’s  Christmas party gift exchange.  I had watched Cristel Jensen’s Youtube videos on making polymer clay teapots.  Her soothing voice convinced me that it would be fun to make a teapot.  I must have watched it at least 5 times before I set to make one and when […]

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Turn paper into “Gold”

October 28, 2013 | 0

Paper clay can be fun! It is also not an easy material to play with

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Decorate a tea cart

October 21, 2013 | 0

Sometimes it is just fun to decorate a piece you’ve bought with other little items you have purchased or made.  Here are a few pics.

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