Thursday, June 07, 2012

Hello, again, hello!



It's the little things...that I love.  I came across these little dolls when I was rearranging a shelf of dolls while looking for another doll.  They are all six inches tall or under.




  You can see how small they are when 
I added an apple to the photo.


Then there are these little tiny animals I acquired recently from here.  I added a penny so you can get an idea of the size.  These are all pets for my various dolls to hold.



Then there is the recent swap with my friend Carol.  
We made toadstools/mushrooms.

She put hers on a cart with wheels
...I made a papier mache base for mine.
The larger one is about 6 inches tall.




 
So, how are you? We are having the strangest weather.  Some days we have temps in the 90's and other days we don't make it to 60F.!
 
The funny thing about blogging for so long is that it is a hard habit to break. While it has been fun leaving the camera at home, I see so many things I would share with you!  So here I am for now.
 
 
As always,
 
enjoy the day!

 



9 comments:

The Imperfectionist said...

Very sweet! What is it about miniatures that are so very appealing?!
And I agree about the blogging! Even for the short amount of time I've been doing it, I'm constantly thinking about how a certain thing I see or do would make a great post!

Helen Priem said...

As always. ..enjoyed reading your blog :-) Your love of dolls is inspiring
Helen

Shelley said...

Those are the sweetest little things...did you make the wee dolls? So glad to see a post from you....blessings

Flutterby Patch said...

I can see those little characters as a family in a mini house. What a wonderful world that would be. Eli x

Prim's by Kim said...

Ohhhhh I love that wee wittle black one in the middle <3

AngelMc said...

So sweet.

AngelMc said...

I love small things too...like fuzzy Chihuahaus....

Beth said...

Helen, I hope blogging is a habit you never break :-) It is like visiting a best friend, to come and see what you have to share.

Beth

swig said...

what a nice collection! warm greetings from Paris!