Things are getting small

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It’s been hard on the finger tips handling some of these items but tweezers and particularly a pair of cocktail sticks saved the day when firmly seating some of them on their blob of wax.  There’s not enough room in there for my hands.

Some post, some printing

Calendar, clock and the neighbours across the street

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Started on the fourth wall and used a small print of the 1:12 Nostalgia Close as the view to be seen from the window beside the sink.  Rinso on the drainer and a drum of Ajax underneath.

The view assumes you’re able to squeeze inside this 1:24 kitchen with the fourth wall shut, of course.  Am still pondering whether to use a little more half boarding across the bottom half of the wall or a little something else?

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A very small (golden?) ladle on the drainer along with two plates and a badly used tea towel

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And through the post, cup, milk jug, a pie dish and useful cupboard stores 🙂

Hoping to buy some veg and strew them around a little – but we’ll see.

2 responses »

  1. You’ve managed to comfortably fit a lot of kitcheny items inside this very compact little box and it all looks good too

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