Apart from the little people, we also make furniture for them...in this case for their 1/24th shop....which needs stocking with goods!
So apart from making the odd cabbage and loaf of bread and a few other 1/24th bits, necessary to accessorise our dolls, I know where to go for something special. For food I generally visit my chum Mags Cassidy of Mags-nificent Miniatures but this little shopkeeper really needed goods to sell, so first stop was another friend, Celia Thomas of KT Miniatures who has launched a new range of fantastic aged grocery goods and packaging in 1/24th scale alonside the 1/12th.
I borrowed some for this photo and I think you'll agree they look brilliant on the shelves and counter from our small range of shop items, although strictly speaking this little lady is rather too modern for the supplies, which are 1930s/40s.
The errand boy is off to the villages with a basket of groceries.
We shall all be at The Thame Dolls House and Miniature Fair - do come and say 'hello' if you visit.
Thanks for looking.