Fairy House Tiny Worlds

I am almost finished with the Tiny World pincushions. Two more after this and hopefully there will be a little dry weather tomorrow to take photos.

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This one is made on a beautiful cup which has unfortunately lost it’s saucer. A very lovely lady in Washington DC gave me 2 of them when I was doing the Smithsonian Show. I am so happy to give them a new purpose.

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Two new Tiny World designs

First we’ve got a barn with a rooster on the mug.

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Those tiny sheep were a challenge!

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And this design is something I’ve pondered for a long while. I wanted to do a night scene. I even found those wonderful star pins at Tale of the Yak, when I was in San Francisco last summer. And then, to bring it all together, I found this black teacup at the thrift store and so it happened.

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Not too Halloween-y I think.

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The weather today was back to summer (mid-80’s) here in the Boston area. Look who visited my garden-

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I don’t see many monarch butterflies anymore so this made me very happy.

Tiny World Time

The Tiny World class was tons of fun. So much fun that I forgot to take any photos! But, after the class, I have lots of bits and pieces, partially started elements, and it is fun to get them all finished up. And of course, once I’ve started, I have to make a whole little village. Here are the first 2-

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The first two are woodsy cabin tiny worlds.

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Don’t forget, I will be doing an Owl class on October 27. Come and join the fun!