Sharing a love of Dolls House Miniatures - and making time for other creative crafts and the garden.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

A 1940s Nurse and her patient

Every so often I get a phone call from Celia Thomas of KT Miniatures to ask me to create a character for one of her inspirational room boxes.......very exciting!


This 1940s nurse and patient will form a small part of her wonderful new room box, which is a 1940s wartime hospital ward at Christmas time. Celia is showing her work in progress on her blog, and it's already amazingly detailed as the scene is being authentically recreated. It's a privilege to be a small part of this and I urge you to rush over to KT Miniatures, see the work so far and then enjoy the progress until Christmas day comes to the ward.


From 1/12th down to 1/24th scale again .....my real miniature garden in a big planter out in the garden forms a lovely backdrop, I think, for these little children. Many moons ago I combined my love of plants, miniatures and photography and made greeting cards - this fun picture makes me think I might have a look and see if I've got any card blanks left.




Before I forget - a warm welcome and thanks for following to Maria Jose and Lara - I've had a quick peep at your blogs - wow, super work - will be back, as they say..anon

7 comments:

Mary Williams said...

Fabualous Robin,
Mary

Mildred said...

Visiting from Jean's blog. Such beautiful dolls. Lovely to visit with you today.

Jean Tuthill said...

Hi Robin, Thanks for leaving your address, it wasn't listed on the followers listing. I remember visiting you and becoming a follower as soon as I went to your blog! I did a post on you, so you'll probably see some new faces around. I love your work!

Ascension said...

Fantastico, me encanta tu trabajo.
besitos ascension

Barbara said...

Hi I am Barbara just came over from Jean's blog, I love your dolls, keep up the good work, so do you sell these miniatures?

CLARA said...

Estos personajes están fantasticos. Has hecho un buen trabajo. Me encanta.
Besos Clara

Pan said...

Hi :-) Another visitor from Jean's blog- your dolls are fabulous! Best wishes Pan