Sunday, 30 December 2012

My New Blogs


Hello everyone, hope you all had a lovely, lovely Christmas.  It’s almost New Year!  I wonder how you are all going to celebrate.  I shall be popping out for a meal with friends rather early in the evening and then off home to celebrate with the next door neighbours who are having a party. 

Well, with the New Year looming and all things new on the horizon I decided to split up my blogs, I’m part way through moving my thatch cottage blog to its own spot and I’ve begun a blog on my new caravan that  good old Santa brought me.  I’ll be doing a giveaway to promote them both very soon so keep an eye out. 

On the cards for this coming year so far are a couple of pram orders (as always lol) a couple of retro record players and a tutorial for a garden table and chairs set that will be published in Dolls House & Miniature Scene. 

Do check out my other blogs, I’ve included a nice set of pictures showing you how to make a little comfy arm chair on my cottage blog and I shall be adding lots of pictures of all the projects I work on while bringing my caravan to life.  Future caravan projects include decorating the caravan, a miniature wind chime, tiny candles in lanterns, upholstering the furniture, making card buckets & jugs and many other mini projects.  




















Well that’s all for this year, have a lovely time this evening, keep safe and have a very 
Happy New Year!  xx


6 comments:

  1. Wishing you a wonderful New Year with plenty of miniatures!

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  2. Hello from Spain: Happy New Year. Your work is always awesome. I follow all your blogs. We keep in touch in 2013.

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  3. Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year.
    Hugs Maria

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  4. This is something I think I can do! Would you mind sharing the measurements? :-

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    1. I will take measurements as soon as I have a moment (busy life lol) and I'll message you with them but for now this link shows you lots of pictures of how the chair was made and you can just hold the card next to another chair and mark off the height and width etc.
      Best wishes
      Gill
      http://thatchcottage.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/a-comfy-chair.html

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