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In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Bill [Visitor]

Llamas are, in fact, camels without humps. We have horses, and had neighbours with llamas, and I definitely vote for these being llamas! It is so impressive that you are doing this without a pattern. Actually, it is hard to believe that this is possible athis scale at all. Amazing, as usual.

 Permalink 01/26/15 @ 21:05

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Pat [Visitor]

I think they look like camels without the humps. LOL

 Permalink 01/26/15 @ 12:36

In response to: The Haunted Heritage - Vintage farmhouse bathroom

claire [Visitor]

Love Love Love this bathroom. So realistic! Can I ask you where you purchased the ceiling light? I am just starting to build my dollhouse and this room has given me a lot of answers!

 Permalink 01/26/15 @ 05:19

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Thea [Visitor]

Ik verbaas me zoals altijd weer over je creativiteit. Natuurlijk doe jij het niet zoals het ‘moet’
Het ziet er om te beginnen al heel mooi uit.
Maar floss… dat ken ik niet.

Groetjes Thea

 Permalink 01/26/15 @ 01:24

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

The Grandmommy [Visitor]

Amazing, all you have to do is see it, then imagine it your way and do it! So nice!!

 Permalink 01/26/15 @ 00:23

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Pepper [Visitor]

I’m lost once you start talking needlepoint language. Tent and floss…all I know is it looks pretty =0)

 Permalink 01/25/15 @ 15:33

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Barbara [Visitor]

Horses are my favourite animal (sorry Ophelia!), so I like that idea. Now I want to have a go at mini needlepoint.

 Permalink 01/25/15 @ 11:02

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Nancy Enge [Visitor]

Nah, totally llamas, in llama colors and llama posture. So charming!

 Permalink 01/25/15 @ 09:59

In response to: The Nine Horses - 4.75 hours

Blondie [Visitor]

I love how fast needlepoint goes!! Looking good. :)

 Permalink 01/25/15 @ 09:32

In response to: Seeking elusive llamas

Marijke [Visitor]

What a nice lama rug!
groetjes van Marijke

 Permalink 01/24/15 @ 02:20

In response to: Seeking elusive llamas

The Grandmommy [Visitor]

Oh, that is going to be pretty!

 Permalink 01/23/15 @ 21:35

In response to: Seeking elusive llamas

Madformod [Visitor]

I love the Llama rug. It has such great colors and a simple pattern.

 Permalink 01/23/15 @ 14:53

In response to: Seeking elusive llamas

Blondie [Visitor]

I know what you make will look fantastic! And I love a good mystery. :)

 Permalink 01/23/15 @ 13:18

In response to: Giveaways!

Marijke [Visitor]

And also that chest with artist supplies that should also be an great item for my next room.
groetjes van Marijke

 Permalink 01/23/15 @ 08:11

In response to: Giveaways!

Marijke [Visitor]

What a beatiful cupboard to store those beautiful cans.
have a nice day,
groetjes van Marijke

 Permalink 01/23/15 @ 08:09

In response to: Giveaways!

Keli [Visitor]

Oh, Barbara, you’re so sweet, I loved reading that!

Thanks for the link Brae, I had lots of new visitors yesterday :)

 Permalink 01/23/15 @ 04:09

In response to: Giveaways!

Barbara [Visitor]

Oh dear! I really am utterly useless at this computer stuff.
It was meant to be a smiley face and then a bracket in my comment. I think Keli’s hair is as fabulous as her miniatures!

 Permalink 01/22/15 @ 22:48

In response to: Giveaways!

Kyle [Visitor]

There are so many cool mini-blogs out there, thanks for leading me to 2 more. :)

 Permalink 01/22/15 @ 22:35

In response to: Giveaways!

Barbara [Visitor]

Wow! I never know whether to be elated or humbled in the presence of such talent. Perhaps a bit of both.
I am definitely a fan of Keli’s work (and hair :)) and love reading about her adventures. I am just sad that I have not been able to pass this on until now, as my attempts to leave her a comment have to date not worked. (I am quite hopeless at computer stuff.)
I think it’s lovely that you take the time to support and promote the work of other miniaturists.

 Permalink 01/22/15 @ 22:14

In response to: The Work Space

Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

Hi Brae! Your new workspace looks so wonderfully neat and spacious!!! I look forward to seeing your projects developing again! (No sense in wasting all that great space!):)

 Permalink 01/21/15 @ 17:24

In response to: The Work Space

Sandra [Visitor]

Wonderful work space Brae! It is great to have so much room and you have set it up beautifully. I gather that the sets of doors near the stairs are more storage space? How fortunate you are.

 Permalink 01/21/15 @ 14:27

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Lyssa [Visitor]

ooooh! A post office and general store would be fantastic. Like an old Five and Dime?

*clappityclapclapclap*

 Permalink 01/21/15 @ 13:43

In response to: The Work Space

elizabeth s [Visitor]

I think you are going to be very happy creating in this peaceful-looking workspace! There is so much room to move around in and it beautifully organized. Both You and all of your projects, will just naturally thrive and grow in this very serene environment. :))

 Permalink 01/21/15 @ 13:30

In response to: The Work Space

Mini Confessions [Visitor]

What a great work space! Glad to see you are back. Your choice of paint color is lovely. And how wonderful is it to have your Grandmother’s sewing machine. Wow!

 Permalink 01/20/15 @ 22:01

In response to: The Work Space

Keli [Visitor]

Oh, that big table is divine. Yay for dedicated work space!

 Permalink 01/19/15 @ 17:46

In response to: The Work Space

Lynn [Visitor]

How beautiful and organized! I guess I expected nothing less ;-) Is this workspace larger than you had at your old place? Can’t wait to see your future projects. You must be so excited to get back to your miniature work! Good luck! Love your new place!

 Permalink 01/19/15 @ 15:34

In response to: The Work Space

Jenna [Visitor]

WOW! I love your work space! It’s so organized!
I also love how you showed how your houses are displayed in your 1:1 house. I struggle with that. I feel like my one miniature house always look out of place anywhere in my house. I actually thought about creating room boxes in a tall cabinet and just open the doors. BUT I LOVE LANDSCAPING AND CHRISTMAS LIGHTS TOO MUCH!! Everything looks awesome and I can’t wait to see what you create next! Take care!

 Permalink 01/19/15 @ 08:34

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Madformod [Visitor]

Whatever way you choose to go, It will be fabulous!

 Permalink 01/19/15 @ 07:40

In response to: The Work Space

Josje [Visitor]

Beautiful work space. Good windows making it nice and light. Love the skirting boards with the corner thingies! And my, how organized you are!

 Permalink 01/19/15 @ 06:26

In response to: The Work Space

Daphne K [Visitor]

Such an awesome workroom Brae! And I love how you have a dedicated room to house your minis (and space to display your fabulous work)!

Seems like we’re doing the opposite – you’re pulling things out of storage, while I’m in the process of moving mine into storage@

Congrats again on the new place – and welcome back! We’ve missed you. :)

 Permalink 01/19/15 @ 05:51

In response to: The Work Space

Barbara [Visitor]

Thank you for the tour of your work space - it’s wonderful!
With all you’ve accomplished, I can’t imagine you’ve had a moment to just sit down and enjoy it.
I can’t wait to see what comes out of the new space..

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 23:37

In response to: The Work Space

Blondie [Visitor]

Fantastic!!!! Look at all of that glorious SPACE! And I’m so happy to see your builds. I love them so much. :)

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 22:34

In response to: The Work Space

12Create [Visitor]

Lovely workspace. Look forward to seeing the future builds you create in there.

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 22:06

In response to: The Work Space

The Grandmommy [Visitor]

This room is so beautiful and organized! You are an inspiration! I am in the process of doing a major organizing overhaul of every area of my 1:1 house that I can.
I expect to be finished sometime before I die. LOL Your wall color is so peaceful. Now, my mind is thinking of painting too! Oh boy!

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 20:49

In response to: The Work Space

Doug [Visitor]

Sweet! Beautiful AND useful!

Enjoy! Doug

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 20:03

In response to: The Work Space

Lucillelu [Visitor]

You’ve been working very hard, Brae, and it shows. What a fantastic work space you have and so very well organized. Working in such a space will be a breeze. You must be so pleased!

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 19:11

In response to: The Work Space

Debora [Visitor]

What a nice workspace!
Sigh….love seeing the houses again :D

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 18:34

In response to: The Work Space

April [Visitor]

Clearly you have been working! What a great work space and all that daylight when you want it :D

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 18:25

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Marijke [Visitor]

What a great small furniture so beautiful old on the right places.
groetjes van Marijke

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 10:16

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Blake [Visitor]

Yay! I hate being away from my blog for long periods of time, but I love seeing your work when I come back!

 Permalink 01/18/15 @ 07:51

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Lucille [Visitor]

So many wonderful ideas. Keep on thinking, Brae. It’s fun! Love all your plans. You already have a good head start on a cute collection. I love that furnace. First time I ever see that model!

 Permalink 01/17/15 @ 18:20

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Debora [Visitor]

Awesome! And so many possibilities!

 Permalink 01/17/15 @ 11:44

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Pepper [Visitor]

I was thinking of Little House on the Prairie but yes, The Waltons. That would be fantastic =0)

 Permalink 01/17/15 @ 00:47

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

azteclady [Visitor]

Oh I can’t wait!

 Permalink 01/16/15 @ 22:18

In response to: The Orchid idea is congealing

Barbara [Visitor]

Oh my, think of the details! What a great idea.
It suddenly brought to mind Ike Godsey’s general store/post office from The Waltons.

 Permalink 01/16/15 @ 21:26

In response to: Photos in a sleeve

Sam [Visitor]

Now this is just TOO cute! I love it!

 Permalink 01/16/15 @ 21:10

In response to: Photos in a sleeve

Keli [Visitor]

Cute!

 Permalink 01/16/15 @ 15:50

In response to: Undersized Urbanite: The Artist's Studio

Rose [Visitor]

your work is absolutely amazing… the details on each piece is unimaginable. is this just a hobby? work? you’re an architect? great work!!!

 Permalink 01/16/15 @ 09:38

In response to: The Orchid (for now)

Irene [Visitor]

It’s a lovely little property. I love being in at the start of a build.

 Permalink 01/16/15 @ 04:53

In response to: Photos in a sleeve

Deb [Visitor]

This is awesome! I’ll have to remember this one to do for my “Grandma’s House", because, of course, Grandmas always have lots of pictures! I already have some scrapbook albums–so maybe she can be putting these in an album.

You never fail to inspire me–and when I’m stuck on a project, I have sometimes asked myself ‘What would Brae do to this?”

Glad you’re back to blogging minis–I’ve missed you!

 Permalink 01/15/15 @ 20:51