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In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

marisa [Visitor]

So sorryto hear about Sydney, you have my deepest condolences

 Permalink 09/01/14 @ 14:05

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Debra [Visitor]

I’m so very sorry for your loss. It’s amazing how a creature so tiny can capture your heart. Sending lots of hugs your way.

 Permalink 08/31/14 @ 09:16

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Mandy [Visitor]

I’m so sorry for you’re loss I hope he will rest in peace

 Permalink 08/31/14 @ 07:41

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

min sanity [Visitor]

Sorry to hear about Sidney.

 Permalink 08/30/14 @ 12:13

In response to: Saltwater aquarium in 1:12 scale

Lori Green [Visitor]

This is beautiful. It looks real. I now have to read it again. I love working with resin. I did a tiny fish in a bottle that I gave to my Niece. she loved it. The resin came out very clear. I used dried moss on the bottom. The resin brightened the moss and made it very green. I was happy with the effect. I want to try this. I have to see where you got that container. My Niece would go crazy for it.

 Permalink 08/28/14 @ 17:24

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Sarah [Visitor]

Oh no Brae! This must be the little creature I was asking you about a few posts ago. Very sad to see this has happened. They have such short little lives yet we become so attached to them. Poor little thing. He looks awfully sweet. It sounds like a quick and relatively comfortable passing though, and at home as well, which is a very good thing to have happened for him. You did the right thing letting nature takes its course.

Sarah :)

 Permalink 08/28/14 @ 05:52

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

azteclady [Visitor]

It is always sad to see our friends go, but it’s a comfort to remember all the love we gave them and to know that we did our best to make them happy for as long as they shared their lives with us.

(((Brae)))

 Permalink 08/27/14 @ 12:12

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Keli [Visitor]

((hugs))

 Permalink 08/27/14 @ 05:25

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Lene [Visitor]

I’m sorry to hear of his passing, Brae. Our one dwarf hamster (Medusa) died on 1 January this year and our other one, Star, died on the 18th May. It really feels very quiet without them around, they had such big personalities!

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 23:12

In response to: Closing a door...

12Create [Visitor]

A lovely home and I am sure you will make your next home just as lovely. I hope the rubber duck is all packed ready for his next bath ledge!

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 22:32

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

Oh Brae, thank you for sharing this tender post….. your sweet little friend is romping in the Elysian Fields now…
It is hard when they go… but I have experienced that same awareness that it is okay and right…. and peace-ful!
My thoughts are with you.

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 17:23

In response to: Baxter Pointe Villa - a pictorial review

Anita Reilly [Visitor]

I’m flabbergasted by the quality and cleverness of your designs! Just divine! If I end up with half your skill, I’ll be a happy woman. Brilliant work!

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 16:13

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Andrea [Visitor]

I’m so sorry Brae. Perhaps he can play with my Tulipe in pet heaven, where they all are friends.
Andrea

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 14:07

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Mad for Mod [Visitor]

So sorry to hear about Sydney. Losing a pet is like losing a family member. At least it was peaceful. Our dog got a hold of our last hamster. She thought she was playing with it and was sad to realize what had happened.

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 13:41

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Daphne K. [Visitor]

I’m so sorry for your loss Brae. Sounds like Sydney’s gift was his way for thanking you for all the love you gave him. It’s amazing how our pets return the affection. Sweet dreams little man.

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 04:40

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Pepper [Visitor]

I’m so sorry Brae.

=0(

 Permalink 08/26/14 @ 00:38

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Barbara [Visitor]

So sorry to read about Sydney.
It’s awful to lose a pet.

 Permalink 08/25/14 @ 23:28

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

Blondie [Visitor]

Aw, what a wonderful message from him!!

 Permalink 08/25/14 @ 21:25

In response to: Sydney at the Rainbow Bridge

larry [Visitor]

I have seen my best friends off to the open fields across that bridge. It is a loss, sorry for yours

 Permalink 08/25/14 @ 21:17

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

Keli [Visitor]

Nice finds :D

 Permalink 08/24/14 @ 12:35

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

Martha in Louisiana [Visitor]

Wonderful finds! Who was the vendor and do you know the artist for the Tin Man and Scarecrow?

 Permalink 08/24/14 @ 05:56

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

Larry [Visitor]

And when she is building Blondie! Some of my favorite builds.

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 23:45

In response to: The Haunted Heritage - a pictorial recap

Sydney Hulla [Visitor]

Truly amazing! Both the house and the photography are incredible. I’m on my way to tour the house again.

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 18:46

In response to: Cutting egg carton bricks plus links to finishing

James o [Visitor]

Amazing work.thank you.

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 17:34

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

Blondie [Visitor]

I LOVE those Wizard of Oz finds. Fantastic!! And the watermelon bowls are divine. I love all of it. You have such a fantastic eye when you’re shopping. :) :) :)

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 15:31

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

April [Visitor]

Awww I love the Wizard of Oz characters. Lovely find :D

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 13:22

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

Debora [Visitor]

Great finds!

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 11:53

In response to: Bishop Show - Fall 2014

Barbara [Visitor]

Lovely choices!
The Little Dollhouse Company is awesome to deal with for out of town shopping orders.
I vote you name the bunny ‘Bramble’. :)

 Permalink 08/23/14 @ 11:36

In response to: Closing a door...

Daphne K. [Visitor]

Good to hear from you again Brae! Congrats on the sale of your adorable “old” home as well! Happy house hunting! :D

 Permalink 08/17/14 @ 19:20

In response to: The Haunted Heritage - Exterior details

Nancy [Visitor]

Brae, this is outstanding! Not only beautiful, but incredibly creative and executed perfectly. Just remarkable!

 Permalink 08/16/14 @ 11:57

In response to: Closing a door...

Debra [Visitor]

Congratulations on the sale of the “old” home, and best wishes for your new one! You’re definitely missed.

 Permalink 08/15/14 @ 16:33

In response to: Closing a door...

Jack [Visitor]

Is that an absinthe fountain in the dining room? So glamorous! Have fun at your folks’, that’s always an interesting challenge! Best wishes for the rest of the moving process.

 Permalink 08/15/14 @ 04:46

In response to: Closing a door...

Lucille [Visitor]

Lovely place, Brae! Good luck with the house hunting. Hope you find what you dream of!

 Permalink 08/14/14 @ 19:04

In response to: Closing a door...

Sarah [Visitor]

Awww bye bye house :( Genuinely quite sad really, think of all the hours it watched you building mini houses (not mad here at all :D ) What creature resides in that glass tank with the wheel? I would like to see it in a mini setting :D

Sarah :)

 Permalink 08/14/14 @ 16:05

In response to: Closing a door...

Irene [Visitor]

Good luck with the house hunting. I hope it isn’t too long before you’re settled again.

 Permalink 08/14/14 @ 11:25

In response to: Closing a door...

Mad for Mod [Visitor]

Cute place, I love the red cabinets. It suits you.It’s always fun to see how miniaturists live in real life. Can’t wait to see the new place and having you back to blogging!

 Permalink 08/14/14 @ 04:58

In response to: Closing a door...

Mona [Visitor]

You have had a wonderful home and I`m sure you will make the new one nice too.
Mona

 Permalink 08/14/14 @ 03:16

In response to: Closing a door...

Doug S [Visitor]

I wish you well as you are squatting with your parents! Been there done that! There were pros…there were cons! Here is hoping all goes well on your new home purchase!

 Permalink 08/13/14 @ 18:30

In response to: Closing a door...

azteclady [Visitor]

So happy for you!

And of course, once you are settled and ready, we’ll be here :grin:

 Permalink 08/13/14 @ 18:28

In response to: Closing a door...

Debora [Visitor]

It’s going to be great once you are resettled!

 Permalink 08/13/14 @ 16:49

In response to: Closing a door...

Larry [Visitor]

Well you’re missed hurry back

 Permalink 08/13/14 @ 14:06

In response to: Closing a door...

grandmommy [Visitor]

Such a lovely home! I hope the new house is even more so…happy hunting! Ah for the love of houses! :-)

 Permalink 08/13/14 @ 12:30

In response to: The Haunted Heritage - Exterior details

Christine [Visitor]

Hello Brae,
I love your Dollhouse! I look every day on your sides…..
next Weekend I want start with my Heritage…..

One question: How did you make the antique look ……. black white- to the exterior facade. I have no idea…..
But I find your Dollhouse perfect

Sorry for my bad Englisch…. I live in Germany, but I ‘ve bought some Dollhouse kit’s by Dura Craft …… and I’m a beginner…..
Thanks that you let see us your Pictures….
bye Christin.

 Permalink 08/11/14 @ 10:59

In response to: The Haunted Heritage - Exterior details

Hobbitopoly [Visitor]

I cannot begin to tell you how inspiring your work is to me. I was surfing for some little ideas on how to create a haunted house from a kit, and I find this.

Holy mackerel! If creativity and attention to detail had its own country, you would be queen! I am in awe of the small details you have put into this house, and I am now convinced that THAT is what is needed in mine. It elevates a house into a real miniature home.

Kudos and many blessings to you! Thanks so much for the untold inspiration you have given to so many.

 Permalink 08/08/14 @ 19:41

In response to: The Haunted Heritage - Exterior details

Christine [Visitor]

Hello Brae,

Good wishes from Germany - you had built a very nice house……. I can’t find the right word’s for this house……

Only - I make a copie of this side!

I don’t see so a house……..

Thank you that we can share it with you the pictures.

One wish to your side - please - write a booklet with all your Details of building……….. I’m sure - that’s a ‘Bestseller’ for all dollhouse - builder.

Please let us know more about your new Projects…

So Long
bye christine

 Permalink 08/08/14 @ 11:25

In response to: You've got to move it, move it!

Megan [Visitor]

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I can’t wait to see your new work space, how exciting! Plus an actual dedicated dining table. Good times! Best of luck on the move and painting and all the move-in ready details. :D

 Permalink 08/02/14 @ 23:30

In response to: Cutting egg carton bricks plus links to finishing

Robyn [Visitor]

Many thanks for sharing. I’m building a hobbit house for a bonsai and was going crazy trying to figure out how to make bricks for the door and window surrounds - the egg carton method looks like the solution!

 Permalink 08/02/14 @ 01:07

In response to: You've got to move it, move it!

Betsy rogers [Visitor]

Good Luck with all the packing and moving Brae!!! I hope you have a rest at the other end! The new Studio sounds Divine! I look forward to seeing you back up and running once the dust settles!

 Permalink 07/31/14 @ 16:18

In response to: You've got to move it, move it!

Kara [Visitor]

Congratulations on your new place and studio space. Good luck with the move. I’ll be looking forward to your new posts from your new home. :)

 Permalink 07/30/14 @ 19:37

In response to: You've got to move it, move it!

12Create [Visitor]

I wish you, Mr Rat and all of your other wonderful miniature characters the best of luck for a smooth move. Good to hear you will have a good work space.

 Permalink 07/30/14 @ 02:24