tiny turning chair
working on the bedroom

plant stand

Whew!  The plant stand fits in front of the window in the hall...confirmation that I measured correctly :)

I think I'll make curtains for the windows and plants to fill the stand today.  I have a handful of new leaf punches I've been dying to try out. 

Perhaps I'll even have enough time to frame some artwork for the hall.  It would nice to see another room done, I started the Fairfield three years ago.


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I love all the leaf punches. I'm laughing at myself because, i hadn't thought to use punches in my miniatures until I saw other bloggers do it. Now I'm on the hunt for tiny flower and leaf punches.

Those tiny turnings you have certainly lend themselves to many different shapes...you are bound only by your creativity!


Looks fab! Where did you get all those punches?!!! :D


I found some punches at Michaels that were clearanced out for a $1. Only 2 of them were small enough. I am not ready to try them yet.


Thanks, Brae :) I got the punches from Creative Images Rubber Stamps.



That top picture looks so realistic - just like a hallway in a real house.

You are getting better and better at this all the time - those three years have served you well!


How do people find so many leaf punches?!?! I don't have a single one-which is why my houses are fairly greenery free, aside from snake plants and spider plants. :)

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