Friday, July 29, 2011

Miniature Castle Room Box WIP

Here is the room box that I mentioned before that I have slowly been working on.  I still have to make a door and a stained glass window for it.  I just used foam board, popsicle sticks and paint. Oh, and a little paper clay inside the window and door so it didn't have that cut foam look like you see on the outer edges.  I have not attached the walls or floor together yet.  It's just held together right now with tape.  I was going to go with the Hogwarts Gryffindor common room but just decided to make a basic castle room.  I thought it would be great to use when I take pictures of future miniature pieces that I do!


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The pictures are kind of small looking.  I will take some close up shots when I get the door and window completed.  I'm not for sure if you click on them if they will become larger or not.

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Here are some dolls that I have made hanging out in the room enjoying the fun goodies that I got from some very talented miniature artists.  The zombie duet with the piano is available now at my Etsy shop.


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This is a wardrobe cabinet that I purchased from Kate with Whittaker's Miniatures.  I eventually plan to revamp it into something spooky some day!  I just loved all the little drawers inside.  She also made the very cool skull and books on the floor beside it.  You can also see my little mandrake root that I attempted to make last year.  He decided to come out of his pot and give a pose for the camera!


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Here the gang is catching up on all the news from Harry Potter.  These were made by Lorraine with DFly Creations that I had posted about before.  Also I was lucky enough to win one of her mini wands a while back!  As you can see Franky is holding it probably wanting to change himself out of the Santa suit!  The lovely zombie lady is modeling the very cool Sorting Hat that I purchased from Kat the Hat Lady, who just makes the most wonderful mini hats!  The zombie looks a little shocked at what the hat might be telling her.

Well, I guess this post is to be continued for now until I can get the door and window finished.  Hopefully by then I will have some more creepy miniature pieces to display in it.  I will be back in a few days with my Halloween Queens Castle BOOtique updates for August.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Hey All!!! Remember Me?!!!

Wow, I knew it had been a while since I last blogged, but does that last post really say March 23?  Shame on me!  I don't even have a good excuse to where I have been!

I do have a couple new pieces to show you that are now available at the Halloween Queen's Castle BOOtique though!  The first is a fun new jump a peg game with a spooky Alfred Hitchcock theme!   

The 14 wood pegs have been embellished with hand sculpted polymer clay birds.  All with a creepy blank stare!
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An Alfred Hitchcock silhouette is on the top and blood drips go around the entire box.  The drips are even leaving a warning on the front!
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Surprise!  Mother has come to play!!
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The pegs are safely stored inside the box that is padded and lined in a black corduroy fabric.  For more information and pricing click on link or pic above to go to listing.
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The BOOtique also has a couple of new pages added, a monthly theme page and an ornament page.  The theme for this month is "Nightmare Before Christmas".  Here is a piece I did for the ornament page.  Meet Jerry Jailbird!  Be warned, he is not too happy that he is caged up!  If he gets out no telling what he'd do!  Click on photo to see more info and pricing on Jerry!
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Thank you so much for visiting and I hope to be back again before 3 months this time!  I do have a mini roombox that I have almost completed and would like to post.  Just need to take some pics!  Bye for now!

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