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Hi and welcome to my blog. I hope you like my new look, I needed a change from black. Here you can share my miniature endeavours, perhaps be inspired by some of my photographs taken in France and of 'real world' treasures that can be made in miniature. My love of parterre-style gardens and study of horticulture made my decision for the theme of my little shop an easy one. I just hope I can successfully interpret my ideas in 1/12th scale!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Part of my Giveaway!


I know it has been ages since I announced my 200 followers giveaway and asked everyone to be patient while I honed my technique for the electrified chandelier and hinted at a second choice. Well the photo I showed was an antique doll's bed that I wanted to try and make as a mini. Finally I am near to finishing that part of the giveaway. Naturally I have given it an aged look, that's what I love. It took a while to work out how I could do it and I just made it up as I went along.
Some steps along the way below.




It still isn't finished, I will put some feet on it and make a couple of little cushions, maybe think of something else to finish it off. But I wanted to show that I am true to my word and at least part of the giveaway is almost ready. Still waiting on some parts for the other half so I"ll have to ask you to be patient a little longer before the draw.
New followers are still free to enter, as I mentioned the first drawn of the first 200 followers will have first choice of which prize they prefer, the next drawn of all followers will receive the other prize. Will keep you posted. I think this will be a combined 200 and 300 followers giveaway!
A bientot!

20 comments:

  1. So exciting! This giveaway is going to be precious. =)

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  2. It looks wonderful!!! You sure did a fabulous job making it.
    I can't wait to see the rest.

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  3. Thank you Catherine and Lataina, I will wait for inspiration to finish it off!

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  4. Es muy emocionante, y estas haciendo un lindo trabajo.Gracias¡¡¡

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  5. I think will be wonderful!I hope to win!
    Hugs
    Sonya

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  6. great job.. it looks like an antique! fingers crossed!!
    christine x

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  7. You are very talented, what you're showing us looks absolutely gorgeous.
    Geneviève

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  8. The dolls bed is looking gorgeous! This giveaway is so exciting :D

    ShellbyFay

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  9. Te esta quedando genial, vale la pena esperar, el regalo es precioso!!
    besitos ascension

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  10. La cama se ve perfecta me gusta muchísimo, de verdad se esta usted esmerando para el regalo.
    un abrazo


    The bed is perfect I love it, really is are you devoting great attention to the gift.
    a hug

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  11. Si, si, mantenos informadas. Veo que esos pasos van a llegar a un buen trabajo.
    Besos Clara

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  12. Margaret!! OOOOh!!! I love the bed and how it is turning out! You have made it look very Vintage! I love the fabric choice that you have made! I am very excited about this giveaway!!

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  13. Wow- that bed is wonderful!! I have very little experience in making mini furniture, so I really admire those who do make such fabulous furniture. Beautiful!!
    Hugs,
    Jill

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  14. Oh Dear I will be dreaming about this wonderful minis untill the drawn...
    Please count me in !

    Elena
    Omsk Russia

    forestomsk@nm.ru

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  15. Hola!! Gracias por entrar en mi blog, eltuyo me ha encantado y por supuesto , si me aceptas me gustaria entrar en tu sorteo. Felicidades y gracias otra vez.
    Gemma

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  16. Very nice looking bed, your flouwers are also very wonderful,thanks for your comment to me.

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  17. I love the doll's bed and I would love to win it! Please enter me, I just became a follower! Thank you for being so generous.

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  18. Un regalo fantastico, te quedará genial.
    Besos Carmen

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