“A few days later…”
…As they might say in a movie. But everyone’s settled in to their new homes now!
I can finally fit all my shelf Schleichs onto non-saggy shelves, too. +1 for me!
I just noticed that the shelf above needs some bunting. I will get onto that!
These guys are in the new cabinet, on a skinny little shelf just under some glass cupboards. I love that they get their own shelf, tailored to their size. It’s so cute!
Anyways, see ya!
Soon, my horses will be moving to new shelves. I say they’re new, but it’s actually just my current bookshelf, which is quite old.
So I decided to take some almost archive shots of the shelves as they are currently.
I love seeing all their rugs, because it looks like a rainbow of colour on my shelves.
Time has not been kind to these shelves. Free Tip: Don’t make Schleich shelves out of cardboard without significant support engineering.
You can see Peggy wearing the hat from yesterday in the middle. Gah, they’re all so pretty. I will take some after pictures to share with you guys when they are all in their new homes, so look out for that!
When I made this red hat, I think I always had the intention of turning it into a replica of Peggy Carter’s hat.
Well, today, that has happened.
It does fit doll heads, but I reckon it’d look best on its equine owner’s namesake.
Oh yes! Peggy made it very clear throughout this photo shoot that she adored the hat. I think she gets to keep it, although Sarah may borrow it for cosplay. Peggy’s currently wearing it on her spot on the shelf. 🙂
Sarah got a beanie today, just a simple purple one.
At the last minute, I decided to put ear flaps on, as it was particularly cold when I was making it.
Admittedly, it may be a bit of overkill (she looks like she’s heading tho Antarctica!), but I didn’t have the time to change her clothes for the photoshoot. Ah, well. At least it still looks nice.
I finished colouring the deer bookmark!
Along with the paisley-patterned one, which completes the set.
Now they can get added to the ever-expanding pile of Book Depository bookmarks I’ve collected over the years.
Particular ones of interest include Useful Knots,
as well as this beautiful artwork. I love the olden-times feel this one has. Of course, the others are very interesting, too, and that’s just the beginning of the informative ones. There’s also one about the solar system, measurements, and one with Morse code and the NATO Phonetic Alphabet on.
Anyways, see ya!