Here’s a fun miniature meant to show a little cocktail party in a back yard setting.
The brick work on the wall was made using texture paste and a brick stencil. I used painter’s tape to mask areas I didn’t want the paste to adhere.
The off white grout color was laid down then individual bricks were painted.
The deck was made from craft sticks that got a wash of brown acrylic paint.
Wall decor was made by sawing a plastic goat in half and giving it a patina with Rub’nBuff. I glued it onto a wooden game piece.
A close up of my tiny charcuterie board made from polymer clay and poly clay canes.
Wowwwww! This is fantastic!
That brickwork is amazing!!!
Really simple, just time consuming.
I would never turn down an invitation for a happy hour here!
So flippin’ cute! The texture you got on the wheel of cheese is amazing. And I adore the tile topped table.
Oh my goodness! I love this!
All of this is super cute, but those bricks are absolutely exquisite!
I’m on the way
how did you do the tiles for the tabletop, its amazing!!
This whole miniature scene is so detailed and wonderful!
Wow, the charcuterie board is gorgeous! Is that all real food?
Great scene, really makes you want to be there. Thanks for sharing techniques, too!
Thanks so much everyone! @Edel those are some miniature glass tiles I found in a Michaels craft store in their mosaic section. I grabbed them (only package, on sale) and set out to find a way to use them.
Wow. I thought you just bought the brick background. That is incredible. Love all the variation in the brick colors.
Wow! Love seeing your progress shots. That brick! And of course the goat is perfect.
I, too, thought the bricks were just paper until closer inspection and your progress shots! So realistic and creative!
I would try to eat that cheese…
Oh, thank you! I have used brick scrapbook paper in many projects. This technique is a super realistic option.
Wow! Those bricks! Well, the whole thing actually! Thanks for the progress shots as well I love seeing things come to fruition