Some day last week I happened to see a post somewhere on Facebook about some miniatures Jennifer Buxton had, or a link she posted to find some, I am not sure. Somewhere in the comments Jennifer posted the link to Sinny's Mini Art, which is a miniatures site I have never before been to. Damn. So of course I went to it and I started scrolling through pages and pages of miniatures. I also added lots of them to my cart. Why do I need miniature shampoo and conditioner? I don't. But I might some day. And clearly I will find a need for the laundry basket, thermos, dish soap, fountain soda and the phone on the selfie stick. The paints I clearly need for NaMoPaiMo, because even though I sold several of this exact set at my miniatures sale, I didn't keep any for myself. So for sure, this is definitely Jennifer's fault.This tiny barn is also most certainly Jennifer's fault. Because she has one in a really cool photo she took and I wanted one. Isn't that how it works? I searched ebay for them and several other places but couldn't find anything that was nice. But one of the first things on the Sinny's homepage when I went were laser cut houses. I figured I would do a search for a barn. It was the first thing that went into the cart. I am so happy!
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
This is Jennifer’s Fault
So thank you Jennifer for being my enabler and telling me of more miniature sites that I just need to look through. I love my tiny things! Any more recommendations?
I also realized that now I have a barn that needs building. Which means I can participate in the Bridle Tree Barn Raising Challenge on Facebook. This barn definitely needs some raising. I didn't think I would be able to actually play along with everyone because I don't have a barn to refurbish or decorate and my arena is already built, I am just waiting for it to arrive. But then while I was taking photos thinking about doing this post I realized I HAVE a barn! And if I hurry up I can get this tiny thing built AND decorated! How fun would that be? I don't know if any of it will happen, but I can make an effort.
Posted by Field of Dolls Studio at 11:30 PM