Wednesday, March 31, 2010

More spring theme...




More birdhouses, a basket, yarnholders and a suitcase made from a Rikke Magnusson kit...

22 comments:

  1. Everything is so cute! That suitcase is really nice too :)

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  2. I love the way you showed how small the miniatures are! Good camera! ;)

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  3. Thank you Norma... The suitcase was a struggle to make with my ten thumps ;0) But I love the finished result.

    I don´t know why all of the photo won´t enlarged... Sorry folks!

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  4. The Old Maid... I love my Canon, and I learn new things every time I take photos...

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  5. lol ten thumps, I didn't know that was an expression, like it ;)

    Your spring miniatures look very good, you could start a brocante shop or flowerstore with them!

    groetjes evelien

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  6. Thank you Evelien... I´m thinking of a shop of some kind :0) The ten thump expression is a free anglofication af a danish saying... But sometimes I do have something that feels like ten thick thumps...

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  7. Hi, Annie
    You are SO productive these days!!I love all of it. I´ve looked closely and could only see two ;-)
    The tread-thing is great, so are the beadhouses with several floors. I will order the suitcase-kit too, and some extra materials.
    I think that its a common problem, that you can´t enlarge photos on blogger right now, I´ve tried on different blogs, including my one, at it makes a separate photo but not enlarged.
    Love, Susanne

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  8. Hi Susanne... Thanks for ensuringly me about my fingers anatomy ;0) One of the treadthings are immidiately put into the Sus-box". I will order more material for suitcases in different colors. This one is "walnut".

    Blogger has changes the way to open and enlarge. When the photo opens in a new window you can zoom in and out... Problem is that some of my photos does and some doesn´t open another window. But I have a notion that it´s because I´ve moved them around after uploading, before publishing...hmmm...

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  9. I had to come back and have a look again..and then found a surprise for me, Thanks, Annie!
    Love, Sus.

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  10. Such a funny little mistake Annie - I think you mean 10 THUMBS (with a "B" not a "P") - in English there is an expression with the same meaning - "I'm all thumbs!" :)

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  11. Norma... *running for the dictionary to look up the difference between thumP and thumB* Sorry for my primitive english and me being to lazy to look up in the dictionary before posting ;0) You´re absolutely right, of course I meant thumBs... with a "B"!

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  12. Beautiful, beautiful pictures!

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  13. I just love your birdhouses! I really like your decorationstyle, so much nice inspirations!

    Lena!

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  14. I really like the way the items are arranged - such a nice assortment and I particularly like the little trug sitting on top of the suitacase.

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  15. Annie, there is no way your English is 'primitive' - in fact I often marvel at the skill you and Susanne have in expressing yourselves in English. My area of special interest in the field of Linguistics is second language acquisition, and within that I'm interested in the kinds of mistakes second language learners make which is a whole field of study on its own. A couple of reasons it's such an interesting, and in fact important area of study, is that it helps us to understand how to create better language teaching methodologies, and also it gives some clues to how language is organised and created in the brain (that's the field of Psycholingustics which is also fascinating but a bit on the 'scientific' side for me, I'm more interested in 'social' aspects of language). I certainly wouldn't want you to feel you have to check the dictionary everytime you post!! Your readers can deal with a little 'creative' language use I'm sure :) And anyway, as I said, your English is of a very high quality so no need to be concerned. And as an English speaker I'm very grateful you (and others whose first language is not English) make the effort to use English at all when it's not your mother tongue, but even if you did post in Danish I'd still visit just as often because your minis are so wonderful!

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  16. Hi Annie, thank you for finding me and by that way letting me find you. I love the things you make and your blog will be an inspiration for the work on my conservatory!

    Marit

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  17. I can just imagine the little mossy or twiggy nests in the birdhouses, and tiny eggs.
    Thankyou for writing in English!! It is very much appreciated!!

    Glenda

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  18. Hi Annie,
    Your photos are great as is your work. We also have a Canon camera, I adjust the size of the photos in photoshop before I post them, I don't think mine blow up much either. Problem is if you leave the photos too high resolution they take forever to load and no one will want to wait to see your blog. So I think they are clearly visible just as they are.

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  19. Oh! Oh! Oh! I adore your little bird house, they are the sweetest little things, just beautiful!!!

    Happy Easter,

    Linda

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  20. Thanks to all of you for your comments :0)

    Norma... So you are a kind of a word nerd too ;0) I love reading and writing in english, because I find the language more florishing than danish. I am indeed a word fetishist, I collect certain words and frases just because I love the "taste" of it :0) I´ll keep writing in english because I´ve grown so fond of my foreign followers...

    Hugs Annie

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  21. LOL - a 'word nerd' - that's a new expression for me! and yes I am indeed one of those ;)

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  22. I love the collection of bird houses! Too sweet! All your details are just the right touch.

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