In addition to the lovely gift from Ana, I purchased this lovely and very cute teapot from Crazy4minis, it is made by the talented Veronique Cornish. For a little easter goodies I choose the delicious and elegant cupcakes made by the talented, and funny, Sarah Maloney of Dollhouse Kitchen Miniatures.
I also received my book-orders from Tree Feathers, and amongst them was this lovely little pink book titeled; "Ritual and Romance, The Etiquette of Tea".
And as always the wonderful tea-cosy made by the lovely and talented miniature stitcher Rosanna.
The other jar is places on the mantelpiece along with some other treasures; The round "gold" box is actually the top of a tiny bottle. The statue is made by Neil Carter, it is a copy of a french statue from around the time of the revolution. Then there is a silver tea caddy from "Simply Silver".
The little animal; dog /sheep? is made from recycled ivory and purchased from Eileen Cohen of "Lovely Things-Childhood Memories" at the Guild Show, New-Jersey.
A little frame made by scrap-book material, the clock, found at the Portobello marked in Notting Hill.
And the bird, only showing his tail, made my Cilla, Minst!
The book cabinet is filling up nicely!
Next to the lampshade at the left side is a copy I made from one of my own books; Reynard the Fox. next to it on the left, a readable book made by "Truly Scrumptious Miniatures"
Mirror, bowl and statue made by Cilla, Minst
The small "pictures" made from cheap ear-rings.
For Ira at Merry Jingle Crafts;