Laura Johnson: A Project Entitled, “Boo!”

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Laura Johnson finished this workshop from the 2017 Sacramento houseparty. She calls it, “Boo!”


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Moonyeen Moller: Flowers for the Soul

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Moonyeen Moller’s interpretation of a MiniCals class. Doll by Sharon Cariola.


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Lisa Holm: Petalstone

Lisa states, “I started this project July 25th and could  not stop working on it. Now I just need to invent a shrink ray so I can move in!”

The house was exhibited at the 2017 Good Sam Show.

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Lisa Holm created the 1:48 scale, “Petalstone.”

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Barbara Adams: Marilynn’s Sewing Cupboard

Barbara constructed this NAME Day 2017 Armoire Project for the NAME Day workday in Morgan Hill, CA. The event was hosted by MiniCals and Through the Looking Glass clubs on Sept. 30, 2017.

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Barbara’s 1:12 scale armoire is full of sewing notions.


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Sherie Hurd: “La Petite Artiste”

Sherie Hurd recently finished this French inspired project. She writes,

“For the past year or so, I have purchased quite a few C’est La Vie kits [True2Scale] as well as lighting components as I work on finishing and furnishing a quarter scale piece that incorporates the best of the best – the late Karen Cary’s French Quarter Vieux Carre and a variety of small scale furniture and accessory artists extraordinaire, along with a dear friend’s (Bill Gittins) fine art.

Karen’s Vieux Carre structure had signage for “La Petite Artiste,” and I always envisioned including a piece or two of Bill’s work. (My husband and I own several in real life, so naturally those would be fun to incorporate.) Then came the Santa Rosa wildfires almost a year ago, and Bill Gittins and his wife, Pat, lost their home along with all of the pieces Bill had painted for Art Trails later that month. Suddenly, La Petite Artiste became the showcase for the Gittins Gallery.

[La Petite Artiste] also showcases an art table and easel kits by Robin Betterley, flowers and plants by Susan Karatjas, and several table kits by Karen Benson. There are two adorable little shih tzus by Barbara Ann Meyer.”

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Sherie used the late Karen Cary’s French Quarter Vieux Carre for her project.

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Miniature versions of paintings done by Sherie’s friend, Bill Gittins. 

Pat Iannucci: Mini Greenhouse Project

Pat and her sister took a workshop with Fern Vasi at the Dallas show in May. They each dressed and wigged a 1″ scale garden lady. Then they created greenhouse scenes using an Ikea miniature greenhouse. The potting bench was made from scratch following an article from Dollhouse Miniatures magazine.

Pat is from Livermore, CA and her sister lives in Texas. They Skype several times a week to work on projects, primarily in quarter scale.

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Pat and her sister created dolls in a class with Fern Vasi.


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Hat Box Projects from Benicia Mini Magic Club

Benicia Mini Magic Club finished these one inch scale scenes in 10” cardboard boxes.

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A little interior/exterior scene complete with a kitty on a screen door was created by Karen Tomajan.

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Margo Spaulding turned her hat box into an Egyptian tomb.

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Suzanne Harrington-Cole’s garden store.


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Ruth Heisch: Porch from MiniCals Workshop

Ruth created this 1″ scale project in the MiniCals Back Porch Workshop. The workshop was held in Morgan Hill, CA.

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A back porch created by Ruth Heisch.

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Back Porch by Ruth Heisch.


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Photos from the MiniCals Porch Workshops

Early this year, the MiniCals club hosted 3 workshops entitled, “The Back Porch.” Participants met at M&L Precision in Morgan Hill, CA, to create 1″ scale scenes.

Two of the finished porch projects are shown below.

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Carlene Brown created this porch scene with handpainted leaf designs on the shutters and stairs.

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Liz Driver finished her back porch to include a place to enjoy a refreshing drink.

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Margaret Gordus: “Christmas Roombox from Folsom Fiesta Workshop

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Margaret started this 1″ scale roombox at the Folsom Fiesta Workshop. The quilt on the wall was created by her work supervisor, who is not a miniaturist.


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Projects from the True2Scale Succulents Workshop

On January 27, True2Scale hosted a 1″ scale Succulents and Accessories Workshop in Petaluma, CA. Participants made container gardens with tiny succulents. The next workshop will take place in June, and focus on the Succulent Potting Bench.

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Ana painted succulents in cheerful colors.

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Karen Tomajan’s containers are being filled with succulents.

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Suzanne Harrington-Cole blended soft colors together on her succulents in a muffin tin.

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Participants created succulents in container gardens at the True2Scale workshop.


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Finished projects from the January DT&M Pocket Party Class

On January 24, Dollhouses, Trains and More shop in Novato, CA, hosted their first in the 2018 series of Pocket Party Classes. Participants created scenes on re-purposed railroad cars.

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Karen decided to have a party.

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Aimee showed her new love of baseball.

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Donita decide to go out and play.

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Shirleigh’s love of music came to life in her Graveyard Jug Band.

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Maria got back to work.

Dollhouses, Trains and More will be hosting classes in February and March under the direction of Maria, the Mini Dept. Manager. The theme will be “tea.” For more info, visit the DT&M blog.


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Rhona Lee: The Grand Ballroom

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“The Grand Ballroom” is Rhona Lee’s tribute to the creative genius of Bluette Meloney.

“The Grand Ballroom” was designed by Bluette Meloney and completed by Rhona Lee. Rhona states, “This majestic room depicts the far end of an opulent hotel ballroom, featuring three back-lighted stained glass windows, two balconies and a faux marble floor.” Rhona exhibited the piece at the Good Sam Show.


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Meg Milani: John Muir’s Cabin

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John Muir’s cabin created by Meg Milani

Meg created this exhibit based on John Muir’s simple cabin located near the base of Yosemite Falls. This is a revised project from the Folsom Fiesta State Day. Meg is a member of the Mini Attic Miniature Club and exhibited the cabin at the Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures.

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Susan Osze: Exhibits from Good Sam Show

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“Penny for Your Thoughts” exhibited by Susan Osze at the Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures.

Susan stated, “Pensive Fairy is from the Amy Brown Collection. Made me think of what she must be wishing for.”

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“Painted Lady” by Susan Osze.

This Victorian facade is inspired by the Painted Ladies of San Francisco.


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Larry Herman: German Market Stall

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Larry Herman created this Gluhwein market stall.

Larry exhibited his market stall at the Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures. Larry explained, “In December, Betty and I went on a Christmas market tour on the Rhine River. In Speyer, Germany, we had Gluhwein (hot mulled wine) in a stall featuring a moose which sang, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer in German! It made quite an impression on me so I made this miniature stall from the memory. Our moose also sings, but be careful what you ask for!!”


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Trish Billard: Tools and Supplies Toolbox

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Trish Billard created this tool tote in a workshop.

Trish Billard exhibited the “Tools and Supplies” toolbox at the Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures. Trish created the toolbox in a workshop hosted by Suzanne-Harrington Cole, in Vallejo, CA. Everyone in the workshop finished the toolbox differently. Trish’s toolbox was painted in trompe l’oeil style, a painting technique used to give the illusion of 3D.


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Becky Seward: Playing in Mommy’s Room

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Becky Seward exhibited, “Playing in Mommy’s Room” at the Good Sam Show.

Becky explained, “This roombox was won as a NAME houseparty helper in Seattle. It was decorated with furniture and accessories that were collected over the years. The bed was purchased in 1979.”


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Nancy Peters: Day of the Dead

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“Day of the Dead” exhibited by Nancy Peters at the Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures.


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Barbara Jones: Displays at the Good Sam Show

Barb shared several of her projects with visitors to the Good Sam Showcase of Miniatures in October 2017.

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Barbara Jones exhibited, “Dewey, Cheetum and Howe, Attorneys at Law”

Dewey, Cheetum and Howe, Attorneys at Law, is a roombox built in 1978. It was refurbished and furnished for the 2017 God Sam Show. It showcases Ferd Sobol’s metamorphic desk.

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“Just Keep On Truckin” exhibit by Barbara Jones.

For the exhibit, “Just Keep On Truckin”, Barb Jones combined the work of several artists: Roy Huntington (truck), Jeff Packard (camper shell), Becky Ray (forest). Barb created the road.

Itty Bitties display at the Natomas Library

The Itty Bitties Club is displaying their miniatures. The exhibit runs through September 2017, at the Natomas Library in Sacramento, California.

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The Itty Bitties Club’s display at the Natomas Library.

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Thank you to Frances Bigler for the photos.


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Cathy Ellison: Scene in a Decorative Box

Cathy displayed this 1″ scale scene at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty. She writes, “This was the first original mini project that I had ever done about 2 years ago.” “I have only been into the mini world for about 3 years. Now minis are my passion!”

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Cathy Ellison created this scene, her first original mini project.

Jennifer Rich: Drawer Scenes

Jennifer Rich exhibited these 1″ scale scenes in drawers at the 2017 Sacramento houseparty.

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Scenes by Jennifer Rich.

Trish Billard: Cottage at the End of the Lane

Trish exhibited these quarter scale houses at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty. Her description of the project:

“These three houses replicate the illustrations in “The Cottage at the End of the Lane, ” children’s dollhouse story by Elaine Mills. Debbie Young designed and built the kits and taught them as a series of classes. I bought the kits and altered them to even more closely resemble the houses in the story. All three houses have working lights powered from a battery pack hidden within the house. I made all the dolls. The crowded house alone has seventeen of them! Also made most of the animals.”

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Trish Billard created these houses from Debbie Young’s kits based on the books, “A Cottage at the End of the Lane.”

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Carole Ann Davis: Floral Roombox

Carole Ann Davis exhibited this roombox at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty. Carole Ann collected the flowers from various artists through the years. She made the display stand from plans and instructions by Nancy Thomas, who passed away in May of 2016. Carole Ann is a member of the Delta Doolittles Club.

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Carole Ann Davis created this floral roombox.

Carlene Brown: Japanese Tea House

Carlene Brown created this Japanese Tea House from a State Day project put on by Our Little Mini Club from Paradise-Chico, CA. Margaret Gordus and Carlene were the co-chairs of the State Day. The tea house was exhibited at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty.

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Carlene Brown created this 1″ scale Japanese Tea House.

Darwin Spring: A Display that Illustrates Miniature “Scales”

Darwin created this project to illustrate the various scales to non-miniaturists. The display uses the 2011 NAME Day project (the work center) in 1″, 1/2″ 1/4″ and 1/144 scales. Darwin exhibited the display at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty.

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Darwin Spring illustrated “scale” using the work center project.

LaVerne Munz: Time Scene

Laverne shared her project entitled, “It’s About Time,” in the exhibit room at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty. The scene was created using the alcove from the 2012 NAME Day project.

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“It’s About Time” by LaVerne Munz.

Linda Vertrees: NAME Day projects

Linda exhibited these 1″ scale scenes at the Sacramento Houseparty. The bunk beds are from the 2016 NAME Day. The alcove is from the 2012 NAME Day. Congratulations to Linda for completing her NAME Day projects!

Linda Vertrees is from Sacramento, CA, and is a member of the Itty Bitty Club.

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Linda created this scene using the 2016 NAME Day bunk beds.

 

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Linda Verhees created this quilt shop using the 2012 NAME Day alcove.

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Diane Ruess: Quarter Scale Scenes

Diane exhibited several of her quarter scale projects at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty. Diane is from Redding, California.

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Diane created this house from a kit by Suzanne and Andrew’s Miniatures. The house is called, “Creekside Studio.”

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“Steamboat Folly,” a kit from Sue Herber. Diane filled it with artists kits from The Betterleys.

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Diane created the shoe house and landscape from a kit by Suzanne and Andrew’s Miniatures.

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A 1/4 scale version of Brooke Tucker’s Christmas room created from a kit by Susan Karatjas. The box is by Lucy Hansen.

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Barbara Fairbanks: Raggedy Ann and Andy Roombox

Barbara displayed this 1″ scale roombox at the NAME Sacramento Houseparty. The room was created from the 2015 NAME Day project.

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Shabby Chic Shelf Workshop in a Lantern by Juanita Landa

Juanita Landa: Shabby Chic Shelf

At a recent gathering of the MiniCals, Juanita Landa showed her shabby chic shelf that was created in a MiniCals 2016 workshop. Juanita displays her shelf inside of a lantern, and calls the piece, “Through the Looking Glass.”

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“Through the Looking Glass” is based on the MiniCals 2016 Shabby Chic Shelf Workshop.  Created by Juanita Landa.

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A Close-up of the interior of the MiniCals 2016 Shabby Chic Shelf Workshop in a Lantern by Juanita Landa.

Rhona Lee: Set of Mini Lingerie

Rhona Lee participated in the MiniCals “Making Lingerie” workshop taught by Ruth Heisch. Rhona made a corset, bra, nightie, pantaloons, petticoat, and decorated the items with silk roses.

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Lingerie by Rhona Lee. Created in the MiniCals “Making Lingerie” Workshop taught by Ruth Heisch.

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Corset by Rhona Lee. 

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Close-up of the corset by Rhona Lee. 

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Corset Front.

Margie Wannamaker: Victorian Dollhouse

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Margie Wannamaker with her dollhouse.

Margie Wannamaker’s doll house has kept her occupied for many years. Here is her description of the project:

I, with the help of my husband, Fred, started building my dollhouse in October, 1999. I named it Vista Heights Manor. The original blue prints for the Nob Hill Victorian were put out by Shellie Kazan of Shellie’s Miniature Mania, now in San Carlos. My house is an Italianate Victorian circa 1860, but I decorated it to present time so I could include memories and representations of our family members. Having completed this dollhouse is a dream come true for me and it houses my collection of minis. I enjoyed having the Chico Mini Club, the club I belonged to many years ago, visit and view my dollhouse. Now I am in the process of landscaping around my house. And I look forward to having the club back again when I finish that.


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Karen Tomajan: Shabby Chic Garden Shelf

Karen finished her Shabby Chic Garden Shelf on a Door project that was part of the MiniCals Spring workshop. She gave this piece as a table gift during the NAME Convention in Seattle.

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Karen Tomajan’s shabby chic garden shelf

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Exhibits from the Seattle National Convention

The exhibit room at the 2016 NAME National Convention in Seattle showcased some of the talent of NAME Members. Here are a few of the displays:

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NAME Member, Angelika Oeckl displayed her “Angelique Antique,” a 1″ scale antique shop.

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NAME Member, Debby Basaraba created Baba’s General Store for Fairies. She used a combination of miniatures and altered art.

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NAME Member, Pamela Teal displayed “Nature’s Wonderland” which included lighted shell lanterns.

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NAME Member, Cindy Diamond created this piece entitled, “Which Door?”.

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NAME Member, Pat Perry displayed her “Mad Hatter Tea Party” scene in 1/4″ scale.


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Making Camellias with Lynn Miller

 

Camellias made by the Mini Attics club.

Camellias made by the Mini Attics club.

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Camellias in a bowl

The Mini Attics Club enjoyed a camellia workshop taught by Lynn Miller. Club members created camellias floating in bowls and camellias on branches/bushes.

Jana Sindorf: Wine Tasting Room Box

Jana Sendoff created this 1" scale wine tasting room box.

Jana Sendoff created this 1″ scale wine tasting room box.

Jana is a member of Our Little Mini Club in the Chico/Paradise area of California.


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Karen Sesody: Shabby Chic Atrium

A glass atrium is becoming a home for a shabby chic scene. Karen Sesody is using the shabby chic garden shelf that she created in the MiniCals March workshop with other components to create a charming scene.

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Karen Sesody working on her shabby chic project from the March MiniCals workshop.

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Karen Sesody’s shabby chic project components.

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Trial testing her shabby chic items inside the glass atrium.

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Margaret Gordus: 2015 NAME Day Project

Margaret created this photography studio using the 2015 NAME Day Project. Her studio is entitled, “Photography of the Ages.” It contains pictures from the generations of her family – from her great grandparents – to her great grandson.

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Photography studio by Margaret Gordus.


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Lynne Hoffman: Goldfish Habitats

Lynne Hoffman created one inch scale, aged tubs with goldfish during a MiniCals get-together.

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Lynne Hofman’s goldfish are propagating. What are you feeding them?


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Marge Milani: Shabby Chic Garden Shelf

To celebrate Mother’s Day, we are posting a photo sent by Meg Milani. The project was created by her mother, Marge Milani, in the MiniCals shabby chic garden shelf workshop.

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Marge Milani created this scene in the MiniCals shabby chic garden shelf workshop.


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Margaret Gordus: Dining Room & Art Gallery

Margaret writes, “I gave a cousin some canvas years ago, and she sent me these [miniatures] this year. The roses were done for me by her china painting teacher (good things come to you eventually). I painted 4 of the oils.”
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Art Gallery by Margaret Gordus

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Margaret Gordus created this 1″ scale dining room.


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Nancy Wantiez: Cozy Vignette

Nancy wrote, “I redid an old cupboard and filled it, made the chair from a House of Miniatures kit that I upholstered with my own fabric, and made the rug. It was a fun little project. It started with the chair which I wanted to make but really did not have a place for and just grew from there.”

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Nancy Wantiez made most of the items in this 1:12 scale scene.

Nancy Wantiez: Shabby Chic Shelf Project

Nancy created this piece in the MiniCals shabby chic garden shelf workshop.

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Nancy Wantiez’s shabby chic garden shelf.

Karen Tomajan: MiniCals Shabby Chic Project

Karen created this piece in MiniCal’s shabby chic garden shelf workshop.

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Karen Tomajan’s shabby chic garden shelf project.

 

Barbara Adams: MiniCal’s Shabby Chic Project

Barbara Adams created this Springtime vignette during the MiniCals shabby chic garden shelf workshop in Morgan Hill, CA. Barbara is a NAME State Rep for California—South Bay /Peninsula.

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Barbara Adams created this Springtime vignette.

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Suzanne Harrington-Cole & Karen Tomajan: Shabby Chic Shelf Project

Karen and Suzanne attended the MiniCal’s shabby chic garden shelf workshop and were inspired to create these pieces based on the project from the workshop.

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Karen Tomajan’s shelf with mirror.

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Suzanne Harrington-Cole created this shabby chic shelf with mirror.

LaVerne Munz: 2015 NAME DAY PROJECT

LaVerne Munz’s farm stand was created using the 2015 NAME Day project. She entered her scene in the California State Fair. LaVerne is a member of the Itty Bitties club in Sacramento, California.

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LaVerne Munz created this market scene using the 2015 NAME Day project. It was exhibited at the California State Fair.

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LaVerne Munz; 2015 NAME Day project.

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Lynn Miller: Winter Wedding in Quarter Scale

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A quarter scale church designed and built from scratch by Lynn Miller.

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Church pew kits by Petite Properties. Lighting kits by Acorns by Oaks. Candelabra kits by Quarter Source.

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Poinsettia bouquet by Lynn Miller.

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Door wreaths and flowers by Lynn Miller.