This was the temporary home for my minis. I know it's not too clear. See the cute little kissing booth. That was a favorite of many. E. of Tennessee made that.
This I the kitchen in Mabel's house. I want this for my house.
This is Mabel's house. It was her mother's. It was put together but never finished. Her other grandpa finished it too look like their real house. See the mat on the porch. That was from the mini swap. See the flowers.....shhhhhh, there is a hidden key under the pot.
Here is my house. I can hear you laughing. I can't wait to put it together. But wait is what I must do if we relist our home.
Here is what it should look like when finished. It has some furniture to put in it, also will need to put together and paint.
Back to Mabel's house. These are the pegs I made for her to play with in her house. Do you see the doll on the bed. Yep, Mabel and I aren't worried about the scale.
Do you remember this flower wagon. I mailed the antique wagon to my swap partner in a different mini swap. This is a one on one swap. Well, I still had this one. This month you are to make a food item. Just one, nothing fancy. Well, I adapted the wagon and added veggies and little signs. See the lettuce. It's just a paper rose painted green. The carrots were Joiles. It amazes me how the glue stringies always show up in pictures, more than human eyes.
Okay, this is a secret. I already received my mini items. This was all in my package Hilda asked me to only post a couple of items so she wouldn't get in trouble. She said she joined the site because she loves making minis and didn't have a way of sharing. I'm pretty sure that no one from that site reads my blog. I had to post what beauties she makes. Unreal, I am in shock.
Here are the ones I choose to post. Can you believe the detail.
Okay, girls, that's all I have today. I could tell you about all the snow and ice and school cancelled for the week, and whoppie more to come. You know I love winter and snow, but we all have our limits.
Today I am tearful, I'm missing my first friend. My cousin that was like a sister to me. She died 4 years ago from H1N1 on this week-end. I know she lived her life to go to Heaven, so she is where she always wanted to, but I still miss her.
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