This couldn’t be more adorable if it tried.
I think you need to be “forced” into more things You knocked this out of the park! Super cute and on point. The LC Character logos are a fantastic extra touch
That cookie tin is epic! The mini yarns and threads are sweet.
I am totally blown away by this. It is AWESOME!
I am in loooove! I think what gets me the most are the teeny tiny labels! As my daughter used to say when she was teeny tiny: “How it happen?!”
Also, I have to laugh at the juxtaposition of your giant door versus the tiny yarn balls and cookie tin.
I just startled my husband by exclaiming, “OHMAHGAWD this woman is a GENIUS!”
Seriously. That tin! It is perfection. I don’t know what you might do with these perfect little things but anything will be awesome- just having them alone as a tiny addition to a shelf somewhere (as if you share your craft space with the Littles or Borrowers) or a whole miniature scene… fantastic.
You’re a natural at miniatures! Such clever use of everyday materials to make utterly believable, super-detailed wee tinies!
So tiny! So cute!!
OOohhhh! Fantastic! I LOVE miniatures! You did an amazing job with these!
Eep, thank you all so much!!
Sooooo cute! I’ve been watching a lot of making miniature videos on Facebook lately.
I love this. Bookmarking for when I start work on my dollhouse remodel.
I love the yarn, but the cookie tin just tops it off. They are wonderful and I hope you have them on display somewhere.
The cookie tin is amazing! Perfect copy!
Those are all so incredibly amazing! I wish I could heart this post more than once.
I am in love! I can’t believe those are “outside your comfort zone” given how amazing they look.
I am inspired to try your technique for the yarn balls, but I’m not sure I could tackle the amazingness that is the cookie tin. I’ll have to scour my inherited button boxes to see if there’s anything inspiring in there.
So. Stinkin’. Cute. They’re perfect! I hope you continue out of your comfort zone because these are definitely magic!
Oh, my goodness! I don’t need mini yarn, I don’t need mini yarn…
Also. Using your grandma’s buttons to recreate your grandma’s tin?
Yahoo! Look at you! You are one of this week’s featured projects.