Thursday, August 27, 2015

Growing Vines

Thanks for everyone's comments on the castle.  I've put the project aside for a few weeks while I leave for VACATION.  Can you say HAPPY.  It's been a stressful year and I've used my miniature time as a form of relaxation from all the stress and my blogging as my diary!  Don't you think that's great.

I tried to finish up the vines on the street scene before I left as a favour to Liz at Grandpa's Dollhouse. I've finished the ivy but I would like to add more leaves and wisteria to the other vine.  Here's the progress to date.

I'm off to Montreal in the morning, and then on to Massachusetts following that.  I have a few blog postings started here that I hope to finish and post while sitting by a pool!  But in the event I have too much fun enjoying myself on my much deserved vacation you may not hear from me until after Labour Day.

Anyone know any good miniature shops or displays in Massachusetts?  You know, you can never have enough minis!

Again thanks for everyone's feedback, you have given me lots of ideas.  I'll be back at the projects in full force in September.

Until the next time....


Elizabeth S said...

Hi Wanda! I think that your ivy vines are looking quite lush and I love how effective they look clinging to the brick facade. I also like the shape of your wisteria as well. Everything appears to be growing just fine so have loads of fun, while on vacation and I hope that you hit the jackpot re: mini stores, in Massachusetts! :D

PILAR6373 said...

Me encanta la hiedra!!!!

Irene said...

I love the wisteria and the way the ivy weaves it way around the lamp. It's a beautiful project and I hope you enjoy your time away.

Giac said...

Hello Wanda,
The vine is beautiful. Well done. I hope you have fun in Montreal and enjoy a wonderful vacation.
Big hug,

otterine said...

Oh, I love visiting Massachusetts -- haven't been in a few years. Have fun!! :D