Making and Collecting One Twelth Scale Miniatures
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Wonderful job on the letters, I know how hard that must have been! Couly you make the 'I' and the 'Y' a little longer and poke them into a hole in the base for greater stability?
Hi Susan, good idea! Not sure there's going to be a next timw though! Gill x
Hi Gill! That looks gooooood :O) I just wonder: did you really cut each letter from clay by hand??? (Wow!) Lucky me, here in Germany we have a kind of noodles that come as letters in dollhouse size :-))))Happy Sunday! Sandra
Hi Sandra! I can get that pasta but I've only seen it in a very small size. I made a mould from some plastic letters I bought in a Chinese store here. Happy Sunday to you too!
Your letters came out really well. I absolutely love your tea shop and bakery. Looks very yammy!
Hi Gill! I thought the same as Susan did, now you know what to do with the unwilling letters :D!Greetings, Ilona
Great job with the sings! There are 2 kind of pasta letters, small and smaller, if you wish to use them in the future.
Ah, well thank you, I'll look for them, it'll be a lot easier!
Great work Gill & well done for persevering - they look fabulous!Love the setting, the Tea Shop looks wonderful!Hugs to you! :) x
The letters are great. I love signs.Fantastic tea shop!Hugs, Drora
Your letters are so cute.The tea shop looks fantastic.Bye Faby
Amazing work Gill, they all look wonderful and they're a perfect addition to your lovely tea shop!!hugsvicky xxx
Beautiful work, Gill! The shop is amazing!Hugs
Wonderful! The words with your letters are perfect.Genevieve
What a great idea with the letters. They look very good.