Another great blog I found was Cynthia's blog at http://cynthiascottagedesign.blogspot.ca/. Cynthia creates wonderful mini foods and accents. She also sells her items on Etsy. Check it out!
And this past weekend I found another wonderful blog. Simon has been building fabulous miniature houses. His attention to detail his fantastic. Check him out at http://miniatureenthusiast.blogspot.ca/
I've strayed from many other things I was suppose to do, such as housework, because I was reading these wonderful blogs. I read each of them from beginning to end.
Thank you to all your kind comments after yesterday's posting. When my dad passed away recently my doctor felt it necessary for me to be tested to ensure that the illness suffered by my dad for many years would not be my destiny as well. I am happy to report that I sailed through the test, and everything is fine! Thanks again for caring.
And another shout out to the new followers. With each new follower I also find many wonderful new blogs to read as well. Isn't this mini world a wonderful sharing place?
My husband and I are leaving in 6 weeks for a wonderful European vacation, I am hoping to scope out many fabulous miniature sites and shops before I leave. I've already found out about 3 shops in Barcelona, Spain thanks to Eva at http://tatalamaru.blogspot.ca/ We will also be travelling to Cannes and Monte Carlo in France, Livorno, Pisa, and Florence, Rome and Naples in Italy, then on to Athens, Greece, Ephesus, Turkey and Santorini. Yes, if you haven't guessed it's a cruise, but even then I would love to squeeze in some mini shopping and viewing. But with all the wonderful sites to be seen I am sure I will be inspired with many ideas for future mini projects. But if you can suggest other wonderful miniature sites I can visit in these cities, please do not hesitate to drop me an email or comment. I would love it, (my husband, maybe not so much....lol.....poor man he lets me drag him to all the miniature stores when we travel....he's even started collecting a few items himself, I guess it rubs off after a while!)
Just so that I don't leave you with a long rambling post without any mini pictures, I had to dig through my picture file and find something to share. These are several of the other needlepoint rugs and cushions I have completed over the past several years. They are used in several of the miniature projects I have completed, and still completing....lol.
Until the next time....