Hello dear readers,
There is a lot of interest and it's only one miniature cabinet with four shelves. I wanted it to be in my husband's ward for the medics, nurses, take carers and patients' families to enjoy. There is very little
space for it in this ward but, I insisted.
The moment my daughter unpacked the items, people gathered around us, very curious to see the items, wanting to know what they were made of. Some thought the walnuts shells were plastic. Some wanted to know how long it takes to make a certain item. The questions were and still are endless but fun to answer. I, myself never know how long an item takes to make. I had to explain that for me crafting is occupational therapy. Some of the items are from recycled materials and yes, I can't deny it, I am a hoarder. Whenever I throw something away I get to regret it. I hoard wooden boxes, old tiny designed cotton materials, packaging materials, etc. Looking at stalls, it was hard for them to believe that my only carpeting tools are a knife, a miter box, and a small hand saw.
I get inexpensive wood from boxes. Saves me sawing efforts.
Back in 2011, I made a step by step photo tutorial for a simple very easy to make market stall.
If anyone is interested here.
There is always a gathering near the display cabinet which makes it almost impossible to take pictures.
Wonderful surprise gifts arrived, sent to me by my granddaughter Tali who for the time being lives with her family in Utrecht, Holland on account of her husband's job. Tali loves browsing in second-hand book stores. She found two vintage dollhouse books for my collection which made me enormously happy.
This hard covered, very heavy book is a l975 edition.
This hard covered, very heavy book is a 1976 edition.
I wish you all a wonderful sunny weekend with blessings.