Hello! I’m back!
Welcome to all of my new readers from around the world! A big thank you to Jennifer of Braymere Custom Saddlery for mentioning me on her blog.
While I was away, I finished the whole bottom floor and made a big dent into the second floor. Want a look?
The first floor:
^^I love the desk. ^^
Anyway, I also made Anna a four-poster bed from paper tubes. Yes, it is possible.
That’s the ribbon I want to use to put the curtains on and that’s (kinda) how they’ll look.
So, I think you’re desperate to know what the floor above looks like now. Well, here it is:
Lisa really likes her new bedroom.
This is an in-progress photo of the shelving unit that is now finished. I’ve since made progress on her wardrobe, but I haven’t got any photos – YET! *dun-dun-dunnn*
Anyway, must keep going, BYE!!
I am a BIG fan of Jennifer Buxton’s blog, Braymere Custom Saddlery, so when I saw this my reaction was: “I MUST DO THIS.”
So. Shall we begin?
Girlie was made in 2001, and released in 2002, so she’s my oldest model! Therefore, she is vintage.
I bought a body on this mould today, so she will be nekkid, does that count?
3. Scale issues
“Ooohh, what’s this?”
4. I see spots
Me, too. 😉
5. Unbridled passion
Yay for un-realistic photos!
6. Rare breed
According to a Google search, Black Forest horses are rare. And I own two. *evil smile*
I have a few customs done by myself that form mini congas. (see what I did there?)
9. The great outdoors
10. Best in Show
Do you see in the bottom-left corner? That’s a first place ribbon. That Snatchcorn stole from me.
I hope that all the photos are relatively within category, and thanks so much for doing this Jennifer!! There should be far more things like this out there.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy and good luck to everyone else who has entered!
You know what this means…..
I made all the tack in these photos. I have some Australian flag fabric so I cut one out and glued it around a wooden dowel for Yoshi’s flag.
Fergus’s Arabian halter is all in green and gold, with yellow tassels.
The top tassels on the sides and the tassel on the throatlash (that you can’t see) all have beads on them.
Empress’s halter is in Aboriginal colours. The flag has two horizontal stripes, one red and one black and there is a yellow circle in the centre.
Happy Australia Day, Tiny Horse Talk readers and enjoy your lamingtons!
But the bonus of rain is model horse photography opportunities!
I took Ace, Spice and Spotts out and this is what I came back with:
Ace is the Appaloosa in the first few photos, Spotts is the next Appy and Spice is the palomino who is, what a surprise, actually another Appaloosa.
The chairs are finished, I just haven’t got photos yet. I just need a computer and cash register, and THE WHOLE BOTTOM LEVEL IS BASICALLY DONE. YAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAY!!!
I’ve been doing a lot over the last 3 days for the dollhouse, including crafts.
I finished both tables, above is the kitchen table and below is the office table.
It’s just a long, white table.
It’s got cut toothpicks in between the legs for support…
…and beads for the feet.
The kitchen table is just a few pieces of paperboard on top of four paper tubes.
I also made a proto-type chair.
I really like it.
It’s fiddly to make, but it’s really detailed, and professional looking.
That’s the underside.
The dolls sit well on the chair as well.
So this chair passed all the tests to go into production!!
Success! They’re actually nearly finished, but still success!!
These are the pre-cut squares that will be used to make seat ‘cushions’.
I really like the fabric. It’s thick and colourful and it looks really nice with the downstairs decor. I wish I had a photo but I don’t. I will definitely show you when I get one.