I hope everyone is still on guard and takes good care in order to keep safe and healthy.
If I mislead anyone, with my imperfect English, about the Cricut warning, let me make it clear, the Circuit wasn't mine. I just passed on the words of a fellow miniaturist who went through this ordeal. Personally, if I had a Cricut, I'd unplug it when not in use, just to be on the safe side.
The box for the third vignette was easy to make. I already made the grill and found the little cook in my stash, so I'll just make a barbecue scene again and have a third outdoor vignette.
The cook is a little magnet. The grill is a tiny wooden box that I made from popsicle sticks, covered with a plastic net from potatoes packaging. The legs are paper clips. I glued all together and covered with black acrylic paint. It's quite sturdy. Fell on the floor and didn't break.
There is still to make the food on the grill.
This is as it looks now. But soon it will get a door and window, and plants and flowers. I hope it will look good.
I didn't neglect the tiny dollhouse and already started the fiddly work on its interior. Made curtains (they still need rods.) and divided it into two floors. The ground one will be the kitchen and living room. The top floor will be a bedroom and a bathroom. The bathroom is almost finished it only needs a rug a towel and a basket for the laundry.
It's exactly a matchbox size.
I am getting used to the new Blogger. The layout hasn't changed but I don't very much like the way I cannot see the photos before inserting them in the post. I liked it better before.
Of all the COVID-19 jokes I read this one is the only one I quote.
"With all this spare time on their hands, people are going to start pursuing their passions. I wouldn't be surprised to sudden explosions in the arts, a renewal in scientific interest and mass proliferation of original content.
A Coroneissance, if you will."
I wish you all a pleasant Sunday with blessings.