Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Dollhouse Miniature Flowers - 1:12 Scale Red Roses

I continued with making dollhouse miniature flowers this week...Red roses this time.

Red is such a tricky colour to work with. I actually didn't know what I would get when I was mixing the colour and how the outcome would be. So glad the colour came out right :) It's quite a nice shade of wine red. Without the sunlight shining on it, it is actually a bit darker.

Did you notice the little difference in the petals this time round? When I studied the photo, I realized that the red roses were a little different, so I tried to follow as closely as possible.

Have a wonderful day everyone!


14 comments:

  1. Oh, they are just beautiful... love how you made them look SOOO real. Such talent.
    Amazing.

    Have a lovely playfull week.

    xoso
    sandy

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  2. Dearest sweet pei li, these red roases are just so beautiful and delicate! I am LOVING this red so so much! Happy mid-week sweet friend! Love to you!

    jacqueline
    http://jqlinesocuteithurts.typepad.com/

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  3. OH ! Son preciosas !! .
    Besos

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  4. They are wonderful! I enjoy this picture, as the beige background with the red roses give such a harmony!
    Thanks for showing so much beauty in your posts! Hugs, Sandra

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  5. Wonderfull!!!!! Love the red color!

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  6. I love red roses. Fabulous!
    Bye Faby

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  7. Oooo...how beautiful roses...

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  8. Son una autentica maravilla, preciosas!!!
    besitos ascension

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  9. Ohhhhhh, maravillosas tus flores¡¡
    Son preciosas el tono es maravilloso
    Un beso
    Susi

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  10. Qué rosas más maravillosas! Todas son preciosas! Felicidades!

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  11. Love your roses Pei li...the word exquisite comes to mind. Off topic but the chair they are on is distressed perfectly..what tools and technique did you use to 'finish' or distress this wonderful chair? Many mini hugs to you sweetness! ooooo lol!

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  12. Hi Natasha,

    Thank you for the sweet comments. There are no special techniques here. Just some brown paint and using the paint brush, lightly dab on the chair to achieve the effect :)

    Pei Li

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