Nutter

by brae  

Yeah, so I went a little *Reve* crazy this week.  :D

I've named this delightful squirrel Archer.

I do so love his rosy cheeks!  I raided Sydney's hamster chow for a "nut" to use in the scene.

I made the topiaries a long time ago, and the cilantro has faded.  I will remake these someday with landscaping materials.  The patio set was bought on eBay a long time ago as well, and the leaves are from the bunch I made for the Heritage.

The table and chairs are a little small for 1:12 scale, but they work well here.  I've seen the cast iron patio sets in real life, and they are smaller than you would think.  When I get around to using these, I will spray paint them for a more authentic look.  They have no manufacturer markings, unfortunately, so I don't know where they originated.  I do love the shape of them.  :]

8 comments

Comment from: April [Visitor]

Great lines on the table and chairs, maybe a tad small as you said, but I agree again, that they work just fine.

Archer is amazing, that tail *swoon*

01/11/14 @ 12:55
Comment from: Debora [Visitor]

I love the table and chairs! Archer is sooo cute!

01/11/14 @ 12:59
Comment from: 12Create [Visitor]

I also love the shape of the table and chairs and Archer is just gorgeous.

01/11/14 @ 13:26
Comment from: Eliana [Visitor]

Archer é maravilhoso! Que bela aquisição!
Você montou a cena divinamente. &#59;)

01/11/14 @ 15:09
Comment from: Blondie [Visitor]

Love his little eyes! They’re perfect!

01/11/14 @ 15:35
Comment from: Lucille [Visitor]

Archer is so realistic! Would you mind sharing what he is made of!

01/11/14 @ 19:02
Comment from: Susan Korman [Visitor]  

Hi Brae,

I love Archer. He is absolutely perfect. Her work is spectacular and looks so real. I love the patio set and you’re so right that real life patio sets are on the small size too. I really like this set and can’t wait to see what color you decide to spray paint them.

Susan

01/11/14 @ 21:17
Comment from: Sarah [Visitor]

Her animals are fantastic, I have somehow missed these, didn’t know of her work until now. Thanks for more needle punch tips, I was one of those making inquiries awhile back :D Love all the little purchases too.

01/13/14 @ 06:57


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