Margo Spaulding: 2015 NAME Day Project

NAME Day in Benicia, CA. Roombox created by Margo Spaulding.

NAME Day in Benicia, CA. Roombox created by Margo Spaulding.

Exhibits from the 2015 Good Sam Show

“Lacis” by Nancy Wantiez.

“Winter Wedding” by Lynn Miller.

“Small and Smaller Glitter Swaps” by Lynn Miller.

Lynn Miller

Lynn Miller

“The Seville” by Rhona Lee.

“The Seville” by Rhona Lee

1/4 Scale Hat Shop by Paula Holm.

1/4 Scale Hat Shop by Paula Holm.

1/4 Scale Hat Shop by Paula Holm.

1/4 Scale Hat Shop by Paula Holm.

“Half a Hat” by Lisa Panken.

“Life’s a Beach” by Lynn Miller.

“50’s Diner – NAME Day 2014” by Diane Phillips.

“The Wedding Boutique” by Barbara Adams

“Happy Birthday” by Santa Cruz Miniature Guild. A joint effort with contributions from all of the club members.

Japanese Kit Shop by Trish Billard

Japanese Kite Shop by Trish Billard

Christmas Room

Christmas Room by Margaret GordusThe tree was made in a class taught by Georgia Queen and Jean Lierman. The fireplace is a Hallmark ornament. Created by Margaret Gordus.

 

NAME Day Hutch

NAME DAY Hutch  Little Girls Room  By Margaret Gordus

A little girl’s room showcases a collection of dolls. The scene was created by Margaret Gordus using the NAME Day Hutch.

Auto Shop

Auto Shop  by Margaret Gordus

Margaret Gordus created a 1 inch scale auto shop for her husband, who restored classic cars (a  ’65 Mustang convertible  for her).

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1/144 Scale Cabin Ornament

cabin ornament

This Cabin Ornament was made from a roundtable kit by Ruth Stewart. It is 1/144 scale, and has lights. Built by Laurie Parker.

Glitter Cottage in quarter scale

Glitter Cottage

This Glitter Cottage was a State Day Project that I finally finished for a challenge. It is in quarter scale and has Fimo candy inside and out! By Laurie Parker.

Quarter scale wagon kit. #namen2

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