Sunday, January 29, 2012

More items to share

I was so excited about this next purchase. I had seen these statues of cherubs a couple of years ago in some photos someone posted from the Miniature show that they have in Madrid and LOVED them. I didn't think I would ever have a chance to buy some unless I found someone that attends that show to purchase them for me!!! Taller Targioni was at the GOOD SAM show this year and had work by Victoria Heredia. I was jumping for joy when I saw these!!!!!
Genevieve, That is where I bought the rabbit that is dressed that you inquired about. I also purchased the baby from my previous post from the same booth. I think she is also made by Victoria. I am not sure who made the rabbit. Maybe one of our bloggers from Spain know the artist's name. Sorry about the picture. It didn't come out so good. The details on these little figurines is so incredible. I don't know how she did them! They are so incredible and tiny. A take off on Meissen or Dresden cherubs. They have delicate applied flowers all over the back of them at the base.
I also bought three sizes of Japanese floral wire and some rice paper so I can experiment this year making flowers. I am really looking forward to that!

Thursday, January 26, 2012


I really enjoy owning other artist's work. This little baby is so sweet.

I love this little doll. She is only about 1/2". The little rabbit is perfect for a nursery or a toy store.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

A Good Sam purchase

How are all of you? I cannot believe that it is almost the end of January!! Time is flying by and this month has been really busy already for me! I finally took a picture of one of my purchases from the Good Sam show that I attended in October. I will share more soon too. One of the other photos I took didn't come out that great so I will need to retake it. I bought these wonderful utensils from "Cinderella". It is hard to believe that they are 1:12 scale in this photo! They are made so well.
Of course I need to add a photo of a baby that I made awhile ago too. Baby Christopher! He is 1 3/4" and all hand sculpted from polymer. I hope all of you are having a wonderful start to this new year! I am Loving everything that you are posting and working on!!! Such great talent out here in the miniature world!!!!

Sunday, January 1, 2012


Wishing you all of the best this year!