Saturday, 28 June 2014

Part One Of Our WW1 Project Can Be Seen In The Latest Issue Of Dolls House & Miniature Scene Magazine!

Part One of our WW1 Officer's Dugout, Poppy Field & Trench Scene can now be seen in the August 2014 issue of Dolls House & Miniature Scene Magazine, which is out now in the shops.
The first part of this "how to make" feature deals with the construction of the base, including interior walls, floor, sandbags, rusty corrugated metal panels etc. Even if you do not wish to make the whole scene, you may find certain elements of this project interesting, which could be used in a variety of ways.  The completed WW1 scene is now on display at Thame Museum (Oxfordshire) as part of a WW1 Centenary Exhibition, until later in August. Please click on the following link for more details.

We are also  blown away by a wonderful review written by Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine editor Lucie Roper,  on page 74 & 75 of the same issue, who spent a whole day with us at our Spring Workshop back in April of this year.  Lucie came and joined in the fun to make our Round The Back Of The Old Gardener's Cottage project.....she did rather well, and you can see Lucie's efforts in the magazine!

If you would like to come and join us for another creative fun day at our September Workshop that is taking place at Bicester Avenue Garden Centre (just off Junction 9 of the M40 - Oxfordshire), please do get in touch, as booking is now open.  Our Special Group Discount for a group of 4 or more friends/club members is available for this workshop too.
Down The Little Old Herb Garden Workshop
is taking place on Saturday 27th September 2014 - please see our workshop website for full details:


Andy said...

Thanks for the info, I will take a look!!

KT Miniatures said...

Cheers for taking the time to comment Andy. Hope you find it all interesting! Celia

Giac said...

Hello Celia,
I will definitely try to find a copy at my bookstore. It looks like an incredibly interesting article.
big hug,

12Create said...

Your upcoming Down The Little Old Herb Garden workshop sounds great, as are all your projects. You use such wonderful detailing techniques. If only I didn't live across the other side of the world.

KT Miniatures said...

Thanks Giac....hope you track a copy down. I believe you can order off their website.

Awww 12Create, yes it is a shame you are so far away. It would be so nice to meet you one day!! Celia