More Minis

#1

I can’t stop, they’re too much fun!


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#2

Exceptionally adorable! (And that’s a big banana!) :smile:

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#3

Those are awesome. How about a tiny house for them to go in…

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#4

I started converting a pattern for one to fit my GF, but I discovered quickly that 1:12 scale houses are not THAT tiny, so that’s going to have to wait until after our cross-country move later this year. :frowning:

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#5

Bummer, but fun in the mean time…

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#6

These are completely and amazingly marvelous. You’re REALLY good at this!

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#7

Adorable!!

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#8

What Xabbess said, you really are getting good.

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#9

That is the BIGGEST banana I have ever seen !:smiley:
(and some gorgeous furniture…!)

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#10

Wow, Those are really amazing. I can imagine you are going to have a beautiful full house full in no time.

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#11

Fantastic! Really, great work!

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#12

The look of the grain on that table is amazing!

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#13

I love them! Cute, cute, cute. I think you could stage a nice scene in a shadow box that you can hang on the wall. Maybe multiple ones, each with a different theme. That makes them mini-projects rather than one huge undertaking like a house would be.

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#14

I think you’re cheating by having invented a shrink ray.

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#15

Or maybe she just grows really big bananas.

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#16

Feeds a family of 4 for 3 days.

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#17

More minis? Awesome! Even more minis, please. :slightly_smiling_face:

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#18

Those are awesome! :smiley:

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#19

Oh, oh, oh, you’ve definitely caught the miniature bug!!! Love, love, love it. Especially the side table. Gorgeous designs. I still have a miniature champagne bottle - so, I’m sending you a virtual one herewith… :champagne:

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#20

I have a friend that wants a miniature rocking chair . . . any suggestions on where to look for a file or are you starting from scratch?

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