Sunday, October 4, 2015

Dollhouse Miniature Pink Cabbage Rose

Hi everyone! It's Sunday here. I wanted to show you a project that I worked on for the past few days. A special customer of mine requested for a dollhouse miniature pink cabbage rose. Before I tried making one, I had to search for an image to take a look. I was imagining a softer pink, but the ones that I saw on the internet were a darker purplish shade.

So, I came up with my own shade. My customer has a thing for pale pink and has also requested for the jug to be painted in pale pink as well!

I was pleased with how it turned out. The petals are very detailed and has that cabbage leaf print. I think she's going to love that!

Also, I've just started an instagram account recently and have been updating it a few times a week. I'm still very new at it. But it would be great to have you to follow me there, I tend to post some pics quickly there with my phone camera. :)

Have a great Sunday all!

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Dollhouse Paper Flower Kit - Hydrangeas

It is becoming extremely rare to find high quality dollhouse paper flower kits. Their quality is great, and makes crafting so much easier and enjoyable. Here is another great dollhouse flower kit featuring hydrangeas. All you need are scissors, paint brushes, water color or acrylic paint, tweezers, ball stylus tool and crafting glue.

In this kit comes almost all the essentials - laser cut petals and leaves. Also included in the kit is the instruction page in black and white with pictures. 

Tip: You should paint and curl your petals and leaves before gluing them to wires so that it is easier to adjust the shape.

You will find it easy to follow with the step and step illustration! You should be able to make about 10 stalks of hydrangeas with the wires provided, and if you have more petals left, simply get some wires and make more!

Now available in my shop here.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

A couple of recent works

I'm a little busy these couple of days with hosting a friend who's visiting from overseas. But I wanted to show you a few quick photos of the latest work I've completed recently and all are on their way to their new homes. I'm so thankful each and everyone of my pieces get to be treasured and goes into their new homes.:)

I wanted to write a bit more about creative routines, which is quite fascinating, but I guess I will have to leave it to a later blog post when I have time to really sit and write.

  Can never really quite get tired of lilac hydrangeas!

And these soft bouquets! Each and everyone is always a little different! I could never get tired making pink bouquets. Hopefully you enjoy these pictures! :)