May 8, 2014

Gifts from fantastic friends!! : Upcoming projects for you to try

Hello good folk of the blue water bubble!

Thank you all for your kind comments and interest into my Undersized Urbanite entry! I do appreciate your visits and your kind words. <3

I will go over some of the effects that were done in the build like rust, the coating I use for foam board and I am in the process of making a little printie to go with the tutorial in the next post or two, so not apocalyptic but just aging a object ;)
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I wanted to share a couple of the gifts I received over this last month from a few terrific ladies and fantastic artists.

First off here are wondrous goodies from Lisa over at http://miniaddictions.blogspot.com/

Lisa decided to send me a filled box of amazing pieces out of the kindness of her heart. I know a few of you were lucky enough to swap with her and know how amazing she is as a miniaturist and artist, others know about her being a thoughtful blog buddy.
 
So you see here she sent me an array of wonderfully crafted miniatures and a dainty little fairy!
 
The little stone fairy is gorgeous and of course my daughter has claimed her immediately so we are going to create a terrarium style garden for indoors to place this lovely gal in. The sign is just perfection with the writing!
 
You see Lisa crafted this beautiful gold treasure box and sent me this fantastic daisy pillow. The Green perfume set is just elegant. 
 
Here is a close up of the little set, it looks so regal! This is going in my Tower build!
 
And here is the pièce de résistance ! This amazing tart..I swear as I handled it my mouth watered and I really smelled bananas!!! Oh creamy delight. Now I must search this out and eat it in 1 to 1 scale ;)
 
Thank you so much for sending these amazing a gorgeously crafted minis Lisa it is so sweet of you..mmm sweet.. I really must find this tart to eat!!
Big hugs!
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I also wanted to show you some of the fantastical minis I got from my friend Kelly, she is always so generous and thoughtful ..oh and if you know her work she is the gal who creates mind blowing, paper clay, wondrous dollhouses in every scale...mind-blowingly awesome.
 
Kelly is one of the gals I have always been inspired by, she is just a amazing artist and builder of dollhouses.
 
Here are a few of the creations she recently sent me just to make me smile.
Kelly made this wonderful little side table with a tiny bunny underneath, some potted flowers and books to read! I love the drawer face and glass knob!
 
Here are a couple of the critters she makes and sells on Etsy. You can see the wonderful little dragon wrapped around a potion bottle and ...oh hippocampus!!! She is such a lovely little gal all sparkly and sweet!
 
Kelly knows these wonderful critters will be keeping my tower project full of life!
 
Thank you as always Kelly for your kindness and friendship ;)
 
Big hugs ladies! ~J

21 comments:

  1. todos son unos regalos fantasticos , seguro que los disfrutaras mucho

    besitos

    Mari

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  2. Congratulations for your gifts! All are beautiful from very talented friends. Enjoy!
    Hugs, Drora

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  3. Wonderful gifts Jane!!! Kiss!

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  4. Hello Jane,
    What amazing presents! they are just lovely and so well done and coming from friends makes them even more special. I think I can smell the banana through my computer screen. It looks delicious!
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  5. Hi Jane, the little fairy is to cute for words. I hope everybody will tread carefully ;)
    The cake looks delish, especially the strawberries. Hug AM

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  6. Super presents !
    I love the wee wonderfuls.

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  7. Hi Jane, Lisa and Kelly really spoiled you! Enjoy their presents and hand-made miniatures. They all look lovely.

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  8. These two darling and talented ladies really spoiled you... wow, what a big bunch of stunning gifts. But now I am in serious trouble... I need a fruit tart and I need it now!!! *LOL*

    Greetings (with a little drool on)
    Birgit

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  9. Congrats on your wonderful mini gifts. They're beautiful treasures made by a couple of very special friends. Lisa's creamy dessert looks heavenly!!! Enjoy the constant mouth watering you'll have each time you look at that one. ;-) xo Jennifer

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  10. I am so happy that you (and your daughter) liked everything. It was the least I could do after all of the flowers and goodies you sent for my pergola. I am looking forward to the tutorials...I know you are super busy, so whenever you have time I will be ready to rust...I mean try aging techniques ;-)
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  11. congrats on your mini gifts :) Blog friends are the best aren't they

    Hugs
    Marisa

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  12. You got some wonderful things here. It's always a nice surprise to get a package filled with miniatures =)
    I most say that I really liked that glass knob =) And the dragons are so cute, and the stone fairy! Great gifts!
    Hannah

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  13. wonderful gifts Jane :) you couldn't deserve them more, you are so generous to all of us!

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  14. ¡Qué regalos mas bonitos!

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  15. hmmmm I am hungry now that tart looks delicious :)
    My secret build is budding with the goodies you sent me.... <3

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  16. What fabulous gifts from the two ladies. I really love the 'Tread Carefully' sign and the tart from Lisa and the little shelves from Kelly are gorgeous.

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  17. Congrats on all your fantastic gifts. I love the fairy and the sign. Wow the dragons are so cute. Enjoy everything.
    Hugs Maria

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  18. What a wonderful gifts, I love all, congratulations and enjoy!! Hugs

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  19. Wonderful gifts from wonderful people! Enjoy it all!
    Hugs
    Melli

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  20. Beautiful gifts from fantastic artist.

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  21. Everything is absolutely beautiful! What fun! :)

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