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In response to: Milo Valley Farm - window prep

Blake [Visitor]

The windows look GREAT with that grungy feel!

 Permalink 06/29/15 @ 08:32

In response to: Milo Valley Farm - window prep

Keli [Visitor]

You are a whiz with spray paint. There is no way I’d be able to pull that off without making a mess of everything. Your windows look great.

 Permalink 06/29/15 @ 03:22

In response to: Milo Valley Farm - window prep

azteclady [Visitor]

I find all these post explaining why you do what you do with each separate part–big or small– of a building, truly fascinating.

Thank you so much, Brae, for so many hours of wonderful reading.

 Permalink 06/28/15 @ 18:44

In response to: Milo Valley Farm - window prep

Lyssa [Visitor]

Of COURSE you thought to dirty the windows!! Small detail, big realism!

 Permalink 06/28/15 @ 16:44

In response to: Milo Valley Farm - window prep

Wanda [Visitor]

Brae, your attention to the small details show in the finish quality of your work. I’m so appreciative of your explanation of these details. It helps so much that you share all of this with your readers.

Thanks!
Wanda

 Permalink 06/28/15 @ 15:58

In response to: Making invoices

Pepper [Visitor]

Ah, the magic of Google images =0) Nice tutorial - thank you =0)

 Permalink 06/28/15 @ 12:20

In response to: Making invoices

Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

Awww. Brae, you are Awesome!!! I guess I am going to put this into practice Right away… so maybe it will stick in the old grey matter!!! I am always wanting to learn this…. so you have made it easy and I am getting on it! Thank you for being such a helpful miniaturist!!! It is truly appreciated!!! :)

 Permalink 06/26/15 @ 15:48

In response to: Enjoying the green outdoors

azteclady [Visitor]

I’m repeating myself, but I love these vignettes, so very much! It truly is art, Brae, what you do with miniatures.

 Permalink 06/25/15 @ 21:05

In response to: Thinking up some ideas

brae [Member]

:)) Well, sometimes you just have to stare off into space to find an idea or two.

 Permalink 06/25/15 @ 13:13

In response to: Thinking up some ideas

Pat [Visitor]

And I bet your face doesn’t have that blank expression, either. You crack me up!!

 Permalink 06/22/15 @ 06:14

In response to: Thinking up some ideas

Debora [Visitor]

I love this idea :D

 Permalink 06/21/15 @ 11:25

In response to: Thinking up some ideas

Barbara [Visitor]

That looks like a lot of fun!
I think I’m sold on acquiring a room box for furniture that doesn’t belong style-wise in my dollhouse cottage, but doesn’t deserve to live in a drawer.

 Permalink 06/21/15 @ 08:55

In response to: Egg carton stone foundation

brae [Member]

Thank you! I am sure it would work well for a concrete block wall. You would just have to cut the material to size. :yes:

 Permalink 06/21/15 @ 07:05

In response to: Another photo book - Walnut Bay Light

Pat [Visitor]

What a nice remembrance. As an amateur genealogist, I can only imagine the excitement of a future family member (perhaps 100 years from now) when they look at your albums!

Pat

 Permalink 06/21/15 @ 06:34

In response to: Another photo book - Walnut Bay Light

Blake [Visitor]

I love this! I have one for my miniatures that I use at craft shows to show some of the things I didn’t have space for or have on hand. The quality has been great, especially for what I am using it for!

 Permalink 06/20/15 @ 16:59

In response to: Egg carton stone foundation

The Grandmommy [Visitor]

I love this look! Is there a way to use cartons to make a kind of concrete wall?

 Permalink 06/20/15 @ 14:43

In response to: Tamiya tool set - part 2

Pat [Visitor]

And again, Brae, you’ve done it!!!

 Permalink 06/20/15 @ 07:01

In response to: Tamiya tool set - part 2

Keli [Visitor]

Nice!

 Permalink 06/19/15 @ 15:31

In response to: Tamiya tool set - part 2

The Grandmommy [Visitor]

Perfect down to the little dribble!

 Permalink 06/19/15 @ 15:23

In response to: Tamiya tool set - part 2

Debora [Visitor]

Great aging, they look used and beat up! :D

 Permalink 06/19/15 @ 07:55

In response to: Tamiya tool set - part 2

Barbara [Visitor]

Fantastic details!

 Permalink 06/19/15 @ 07:05

In response to: Tamiya tool set - part 2

Blondie [Visitor]

Very nice! I’ve seen many, many, many things like this in real life here on the farm. &#59;)

 Permalink 06/19/15 @ 05:41

In response to: Paperwork

Irene [Visitor]

Wonderfully detailed. A great idea. What are you up to?

 Permalink 06/19/15 @ 02:49

In response to: Paperwork

Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

Wow! You are amazing! Someday I will have to learn how to manipulate images from the internet to make them tiny! You do it so well! Fantastic details as usual! I can’t wait to find out what these are for!

 Permalink 06/18/15 @ 17:13

In response to: Paperwork

Wanda [Visitor]

Looks great as usual!

 Permalink 06/18/15 @ 15:42

In response to: Baxter Pointe Villa, after the renovation

brae [Member]

Thank you!! :>>

The kitchen and living room paper is a linen textured scrapbook paper from Michaels. :yes:

 Permalink 06/18/15 @ 12:44

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

jane s [Visitor]

Well deserved spotlight on such a wonderously built..er spotlight! &#59;)

Congrats hon!

 Permalink 06/18/15 @ 08:41

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Nancy Enge [Visitor]

Yay you! So happy to see you get the recognition and accolades your work deserves. Well done :)

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 23:16

In response to: Paperwork

Barbara [Visitor]

That looks amazing!
I can see I’ll be looking at my desk tomorrow morning from a whole new perspective.

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 23:03

In response to: Paperwork

Debora [Visitor]

I love it!

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 22:31

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

MiniDork [Visitor]

CONGRATS!!! Walnut Bay Light in person is a UhMazing!! I can’t wait to see how it looks on the cover. :)

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 19:04

In response to: Turn, turn, turn

Lyssa [Visitor]

These are all so wonderful!! Well done, Bill!! Bravo. They look like they are silky smooth, too. Beautiful job. And lucky, lucky Pea!

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 18:48

In response to: Mac Tools 1:12 scale tool locker

Lyssa [Visitor]

Oh my! A) James has had his eye on several tool boxes just like this in real life, and he is 5′10″ and they tower over him. His lottery winning tool box has a built in refridgerator, bottle opener and stereo with big speakers. Also, B) He just drooled on me about this piece and is requesting a mini garage of his very own.

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 18:46

In response to: Ticking stripe in miniature, part 2

Lyssa [Visitor]

I like the change. Such an easy swap out makes such a difference on an already supremely awesome mini. Fantastic outcome! And the new mattress-not so lumpy! Good news for visiting tinies. :)

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 18:42

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Lyssa [Visitor]

*beams* So happy for you!!!! All your stuffs will surely be in a museum one day. :D

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 18:39

In response to: Paperwork

Lyssa [Visitor]

Love it!!! If only my desk were really that neat…. :) And LOOK at that pencil!!!!! Such a fun little scene!

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 18:38

In response to: Paperwork

April [Visitor]

Awesome. Love the checks :D Ohhhh, is that a sticky note pad? Gotta have that on your desk for sure.

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 18:06

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Gayle [Visitor]

A well deserved honor. Congratulations my sweet friend.

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 17:10

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Wanda [Visitor]

Congrats Brae. I get the magazine in digital form. Great article.

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 15:33

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

elizabeth s [Visitor]

Well done Brae!

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 10:04

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Pat [Visitor]

I am not the bit surprised. You not only have extensive talent but are willing to share your goods, bads and uglies. Congratulations. Enjoy the moment!!!

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 08:37

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Keli [Visitor]

Wahoo! How cool is that!

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 04:44

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Minworks [Visitor]

Hi Brae,
Your lighthouse build look so amazing. It will make such an attractive and distinctive cover. Congratulations .
Regards Janine

 Permalink 06/17/15 @ 00:49

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Elga [Visitor]

Congratulations Brae!

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 23:55

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Bill [Visitor]

Am I surprised? No.

Am I delighted for you? Yes!

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 21:50

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Yay you! :-D

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 16:44

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Barbara [Visitor]

How wonderful!
I love, love the details of this build. Such a fitting honour for the Walnut Bay Light. Well done!

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 15:51

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

The Grandmommy [Visitor]

So pretty! Congratulations!

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 15:25

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

Abbe PB [Visitor]

YES, I actually get this magazine! I haven’t gotten my copy either, but hopefully it will be here soon :)

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 14:47

In response to: Walnut Bay Light on the cover of The Dolls' House Magazine

azteclady [Visitor]

Oh this is so cool!

Yet not surprising; your work is of such incredible quality and detail, Brae.

 Permalink 06/16/15 @ 13:47