Wednesday, 22 February 2012

A Bit Of Website Jiggling Plus Lots Of New Handmade Goodies!

Stocktaking, photographing new stock, listing items up onto the website and jiggling the website around a bit has proved more time consuming than I first imagined today....but am pleased to say that various new handmade goodies have been added to KT Miniatures, so are now available for sale. There is a new access page set up with an image of a little 1930s dolls house so now you can come in and visit the various rooms! Hopefully this will make navigating a little easier.

There are some wooden beds with mesh bases including mattresses in the Bedroom range....and some little set pieces to sit under a bed too.
Various kitchen enamel top tables slightly aged, kitchen wall cupboards filled with 1930s/40s packaging,  scullery items including packaging and scullery tables filled are now available on the newly named

Various fixed sets are now available on the Childhood page, including these 1930s schools books, poster and map.  For something a little different and a change in era, are some tiny sets of real vintage plastic dolls sitting amongst replicas of 1930s books and a 1950s children's dictionary.
Various new items can now be found on the Living/Dining Room page including some 1930s fire screens and another rexine effect sofa with a rather mucky throw plus handpainted '30s cushons and some books etc.
There are a few new items such as various vintage choccie boxes filled with old photos and sets of KT Miniatures five books, all now available on the General page.

And finally today, I have set up an Attic I realised that this is my favourite room of the house and many of my creations could fit into this category.

I hope to get the Shed,Outhouse & Outdoors page sorted tomorrow...then I can embark on loading literally dozens of vintage items (I kid you not) including dolls houses.

All my handmade items have been given an aged look so are suitable to be used with both modern reproduction dolls houses as well as vintage.

I have heard this afternoon from Felicity, the organiser of Thame Fair, that the current total raised for Breast Cancer Campaign at Thame Fair on Saturday is a magnificent £2,921.02!!! With quite a bit more still yet to come fingers crossed, we are on course to well exceed £3,000...which is amazing, particularly so in this current difficult economical climate.

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