My market stall was a project from a NAME Day held in Saginaw, TX in July 2012 hosted by the Mini Endeavors club. I finished the market stall back in May 2013 but am just now getting the photos uploaded. In my last blog (actually 2 blogs ago) I promised that the next one would be some of the finished items. Well, here it is.
Here are some close ups of the different sides:
Sept. 2012 blog tutorial. I made the little partitioned box from scrapbook paper edged with a gold paint pen. The Feather Tree was a project from the NAME Day event. The stacked tree top ornaments are just beads stacked on a toothpick and lots of glitter.
Front left side of counter. Victorian cones and ribbon candy under a dome were made by my talented friend, Karen Haggard. She also gave me the pot of Christmas Cookie pops by Jen Tuttle of Miniholiday. The soldier is a painted metal miniature. I made the tray of cookies and ornament under a dome.
Through the Keyhole dollhouse store. It contains several tote bag items from the event.
Sue's Little Things. Bottom shelf - Glitter house village which I put together from a Carol Kubrican kit (True2Scale).
August 10 2013 blog. The red and white stocking was one of my earliest miniatures purchases from way back in the 1980s. I wish I knew who the artist was. The two net stockings were from Lori Ann Potts of Mustard Seed Miniatures - also vintage but purchased recently. I modified them by adding items inside the socks and adding a paper card and string.
The right side of the stall: On the shelves are boxes of Christmas Cards made from some printies provided in the NAME Day tote bag by the late Donna Aldrich. I wrapped blocks of scrap wood with a strip of folded antique looking scrapbook paper then glued on a card cutout and a thin film of clear plastic cut from a packaging blister. The flower pot Santa & snowman were projects from the NAME Day event.
Inside the stall I put a little area for the stall owner to sit. The curtains were described in an earlier blog. The little stool is the bottom half of a Chrysnbon chair with a chair pad added. The little filing box is just a block of balsa covered with a metallic gift wrap and a staple for a handle. The Happy Meal was a tote bag favor. The little box of ribbon candies (on the counter above the Happy Meal) is another item from Sue Ayers.
Well, glad that I have finished one project...only a hundred more to go!