So I got to see some friends of mine last night that I haven’t seen in months and they told me all about how their daughter has a ‘fairy door’. It’s a door you give your kid to attach to places that a ‘fairy’ comes to live in and be their sorta friend. It got me thinking about small things though and this artist I’d found recently.
Based in Spain, Marina Paredes of Prettymodels makes adorable tiny house slices. The detail that goes into these is just wonderful. I could easily see a fairy deciding to live in one. 😉
Though my goodness I can only imagine the tools used. My hand cramps thinking about it. D: Her work is just lovely though and is made in 2 different styles, mini house and mini doll house style. The doll house ones may be my favorites, but I had one as a kid so I’m likely biased, lol. Either way, I recommend giving her etsy store a look to see all the lovely tiny creations she’s put together. ^_^
How is everyone enjoying their post Valentine’s Day day? Lots of people had the day off thanks to President’s Day falling right after it this year, so maybe you got to sleep in and start a relaxing day. 🙂 Or, you could be one of the few who will be celebrating a delayed special day with their loved one for whatever reason. Well, I wish you luck my friend for the stuff I’m sharing today probably wouldn’t arrive in time to help, but is certainly adorable and fits the theme.
These lovely hand made roses are the design of expert miniature sculptor Lynn of Tuckshop in England. Each one measures only around 2cm in length and is made entirely from modeling clay before being wrapped in an adorable tiny cellophane piece to look like a floral shop bouquet. ^_^ Lynn’s talent isn’t just in tiny roses though, check out this awesome set you can get:
That is a tiny Parisian Breakfast style sett up that would look right at home in any doll house. It was actually featured in a Doll House Magazine as a matter of fact. 😀 Lynn’s work is just absolutely lovely and a technical joy to see. I love the coffee residue on the china pot the most myself. If you haven’t yet, do yourself a favor and check out the Tuckshop etsy page. It’s a lovely whimsical place where you can admire the art and maybe find yourself a cute new pin of necklace. ^_^