The snow has pretty much stopped falling although we're expecting flurries over the next few days but nothing like the snow that fell Sunday night and Monday:
|I had swept my balcony on Sunday afternoon. By Tuesday morning, it looked like this! You can't realize how much snow is on that railing until you look at the picture below (which is the railing on the right in the picture above).|
|When these pictures were taken!|
|I'm on the second floor of our building looking at the piles of snow that have been cleared from the parking lot of my mother's building. The pile of snow on the right was cleared up until the weekend - the pile on the left was from the weekend!|
was indeed made by Natasha. This young woman who is incredibly new to miniatures does some of the best miniature food in 1:12 scale I have seen! She also does wonderful ageing and antiquing of furniture. AND she also loves working in 1:6 scale. When you check out her work in 1:6 scale, you will definitely realize why I refer to it as 1:6 as opposed to the popular "play scale". This is NOT playing with Barbies - it's an art form!
I have a couple little items on the go that I hope to show to you soon. One is the project we worked on at Sunni's two weeks ago and the other is one that I tried years ago and thought might be fun to show you.
RL has intruded to an unbelievable extent but I think that I've done enough work/photography along the way that I might be able to catch up a bit over the next few days.