Merry Christmas 2013

by brae  

My tiny scene isn't as complete as I wanted, but with the busy holiday schedule, it was the best I could do.

I started a House of Miniatures cabinet for the wall, leaving off the front doors.  This still needs to be sanded and finished.

As with many of you, I often have more than one project going at a time.  Hence, the partially completed Tinysaur T-Rex.

Look at those tiny pieces waiting to be cut from the frame.  :D  I will post about this project separately.  The paper towels are from Lysssa.

Cora is running around but staying out of far.  ;]

I made a tiny roll of masking tape for the work table.

The Hampton House is in a state of dry fit to determine where the greenhouse will sit.

It was not easy getting the tape to stick.

Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas!  :D


Comment from: Blondie [Visitor]
This looks wonderful! I love the dinosaur and the kitty the best. :)
12/25/13 @ 11:47
Comment from: Winnie [Visitor]
Love it!
12/25/13 @ 12:56
Comment from: Evelyne [Visitor]
Wow, I'm in awe! Merry Christmas for you and your family!
12/25/13 @ 13:55
Comment from: April [Visitor]
Love the inspiration pics tacked up on the shelf, I do exactly that over my art table too :D I am really enjoying watching your teeny 1/144 come together, and the colors are so beautiful.
12/25/13 @ 14:02
Comment from: 12Create [Visitor]
What a perfect miniature scene - cosy room, beautiful tree, presents, snow outside, miniatures on the go and a cat for company. Have a great Christmas Brae.
12/25/13 @ 14:38
Comment from: Marie [Visitor]
Merry Christmas to you also and best wishes for the New Year ! Marie
12/25/13 @ 15:08
Comment from: Gayle [Visitor]
It looks perfect to me. Merry Christmas!
12/25/13 @ 15:37
Comment from: Keli [Visitor]
Merry Christmas, Brae. :D
12/25/13 @ 17:00
Comment from: elizabeth s [Visitor]
Your little Christmas scene is full of interesting things to see and exclaim over! :D Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year Brae!
12/25/13 @ 17:47
Comment from: Veronique [Visitor]
Love that it isn't quite finished because that how it goes in RL too. And it just wouldn't be Christmas without a T-Rex... :-) in The Netherlands there is a second Christmas day (today) so I can still wish you Merry Christmas! Véronique
12/25/13 @ 20:42
Comment from: Pepper [Visitor]
Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas and New Year xx
12/26/13 @ 03:13
Comment from: Mad for Mod [Visitor]
It's so sweet! I love that you were able to combine the Hampton house with the 1/12 scale scene. You never seem to miss a detail and the tree is beautiful. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Love the tiny T-Rex!
12/26/13 @ 07:56
Comment from: Betsy Rogers [Visitor]
Merry Christmas Brae! Your little project is SO AWESOME!!!! I Love the whole concept of miniatures in a miniature world.... How small can we go??? I Hope you have a Fantastic year ahead.... and I hope you make a project that you will not be keeping secret.... LOL!!! I know..... selfish of me to want to see each detail in process... but you are so good at making the details into perfection... even starting with the same old kits.... I learn so much from you!!! And I really want to thank you for that! You share your techniques and materials and sources so freely and generously! You are truly an Inspiration to me!!! (I am sure my son is tired of hearing how much I mention your projects.... !) I hope you have had a Merry Christmas... and I hope your New Year is filled with Joy! (And Minis, of course!)
12/26/13 @ 10:35
Comment from: Lucille [Visitor]
I love how you have set up your tree with all the presents underneath!
12/26/13 @ 11:12
Comment from: azteclady1 [Visitor]
I do hope you had a wonderful Christmas yourself! I am always so impressed with the level of detail in your work--I can spend so long scrutinizing each image, looking for all the hidden treasures. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for sharing these with us.
12/26/13 @ 14:22
Comment from: Susan Korman [Visitor]  
Hi Brae, A belated Merry Christmas! Your miniature scene is truly so delightful and I love the miniature miniatures used. Makes it seem more like a real life scene. Brae, I hope you had a great Christmas and all the best to you in the New Year! I can't wait to see what 2014 brings for you. Susan
12/26/13 @ 17:36

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