Wednesday, 3 May 2017

WOYWW 413 - Miniature Madness

Hello Fellow Deskers and Bloggy Peeps,

I've missed a couple of What's On Your Workdesk Wednesdays due to too much other stuff going on, so looking forward to catching up this week - if you would like to join in with the fun or find out what it's all about, just pop over to Julia's Stamping Ground and check it out.

Here's my workdesk today - I've been making miniatures again, at the dining room table instead of in my craft room ...


I can't get enough of these cute little kits from China - this is the tiniest one I've made so far. Here's a closer look, with the lights on ...


The detail is just amazing and I find the whole process of assembling the little bits and bobs totally absorbing. Bit of a problem sometimes with understanding the instructions and I do struggle with my eyesight, but a good light helps and now I've found the perfect glue which makes things a lot easier.

I'll be looking forward to catching up with fellow Deskers over the next couple of days - see you at Julia's!! :o)

Annie xxx

I'll schedule this to post tomorrow and link up when I get home from work ...

13 comments:

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Yay, I didn't forget to link you! I've missed a few weeks as well and still can't take part this week, but hope to be back next week. These models are so incredibly cute, Annie! I can see how tiny they are relative to the objects on your desk. I bet you need glasses to work on them! Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa xx

Sarah Brennan said...

That model is amazing. No wonder you need decent light and glasses though. You must have the patience of a saint! Sarah #19

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oh my, that is AMAZING! There's so much detail, it would keep me happy for hours. Don't know how you do it though, I just don't have the patience. Maybe a really good magnifying mirror would help?
Hugs, LLJ 5 xxx

glitterandglue said...

That little model is beautiful, Annie. Well done.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #22

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Annie, what gorgeous little pieces! I must have a look for them, they'll make a perfect gift for my DIL, who adores miniature things, and would have so much fun putting them together. Could you let me have a link to where you got them please? Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #2 XXX

lisa said...

Oh my that is amazing. You must have the patience of a saint to so something so intricate. I don't think my eyesight would be good enough but it is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs Lisax #20

Sharon Koole said...

Wow! So very detailed. It looks like really fiddly work.

Happy WOYWW
Sharon K #27

Plush Possum Studio said...

My goodness! That would be tiny work! I know that I'd be reaching for my magnifying glasses constantly. Your project looks like such fun! Very cute
Rose

Helen said...

wow, that looks fiddly fun!! not sure my fingers are nimble enough. Helen #1

April Story said...

I love miniatures. That little scene is absolutely adorable.
April #25

Chidkid said...

Wow..that's amazing. Great work. I've had a break too..but it's good to be back Elaine no. 7

Lindart said...

I remember as a kid, spending hours making model kits with my brother - in those days there were only kits aimed at boys - airplanes, war tanks, ships, etc. I wish there had been something like what you are making! So cute!Thanks for sharing, Lindart #32

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh Annie, I totally see why you find these so absorbing, they really are beautiful, what fun!