Saturday, 22 June 2013

A Little Video.....Of A Very Little Project!

As you will have seen on my last KT Miniatures Journal posting  yesterday, Robin Britton and I have spent weeks creating a little Victorian Seaside Scene as a how to make project for the August issue of the Dolls House & Miniatures Scene magazine (www.dollshousemag.co.uk).


Just for a bit of fun, we have created a little video showing brief shapshots of stages from beginning to end of the creation of the project and to Florrie's first tentative dip in the sea! Hope you enjoy it and find it inspiring!


As mentioned in the earlier posting, the landscaped base is now up for sale and 50%  of the proceeds will be donated to Breast Cancer Campaign. For full details on how to purchase the landscaped scene and various components such as the bathing machine, Punch & Judy etc. can be found on the promotional page on our Nostalgia In Miniature Workshops website:
http://www.miniatureworkshops.com/Seaside_Scene.html



9 comments:

Donna S said...

I really like your new site and just love the video of the seaside! I look forward to getting my copy of the August issue.

Jean Tuthill said...

Just delightful!

KT Miniatures said...

Thank you Donna and Jean for your comments. The seaside scene was great fun to do!Celia

Steinworks said...

it looks wonderful!

KT Miniatures said...

Aah...thanks Steinworks....glad you like it! Celia

Giac said...

Hello Celia,
Amazing video. I love to see how things are made...especially when the project is an amazing one.
big hug,
Giac

KT Miniatures said...

Aw...shucks...thanks Giac. We thought it would be interesting to show in the video the different steps of creation.It's amazing what you can make out of egg boxes, cardboard, clingfilm, sand and a bit of paint!Celia

Kimi B said...

My friend and I have been threatening to do a beach hut for the past year, so I am looking forward to the August issue! This is fantastic, I love it:)

KT Miniatures said...

Hi Kimi...good luck with your project. Is nice to know that we have inspired you a little. Celia