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Monday, 22 August 2011

Toy shop

Hello all :).  I have here a picture of some toys i made. They are for my toy shop. I am not sure if i explained about my shop lol so here goes. :D I wanted a dollshouse for a long time but like a lot of you looking after a family left me little time or money. Late last year i finally  got one Yay. I was rather impatient and as i had already bought a few bits ( in the hopes of one day :D ) i wanted to furnish it  fast. So i bought a few more bits without really thinking about what i wanted. This was also before i met !!! all you fantastic people. Then i made my first piece of furniture and i was hooked. My children ( who listen to me sometimes lol ) decided as a gift for Christmas to get me a shop unpainted. Due to the bad weather and the Christmas rush it didnt arrive on time but it did arrive at last in middle of January. This time i wasnt going to rush it. Haha i have decided to finish this story in my next post.Or not lol i will let you decide ;) Is it way too boring ? or do you want to know ?. Soooo let me know continue or not :D  I hope you all had a nice Monday and have a great week. Hugs to all my friends. xxx

22 comments:

PAKY said...

Are beautiful toys Maria, I prefer you continue... have a nice week you too!! hugs

NarinaNäpertää said...

Your toys are lovely.
A star shape table..?? How cute is that! (^^)

I too prefer you continue..

I wish You a fun and happy week =0}

MiniHugs, Irina

Eloisa (Heloise) said...

Que bonito y gracioso es todo, pero el cochecito grande me encanta. Saludos.

anna said...

Yes, please continue! It is so nice to hear about other people;s 'minia-mania!!"

Eva said...

Bonitos juguetes. Esperamos seguir viendo más miniaturas como éstas. Un saludo, Eva

BiWuBär said...

Go on, tell us everything... ;O) Your toy-miniatures look fantastic, hope you'll make many more for your shop. Btw - thank you for your wishes and kind words *blush* And I know well about that struggle with that google translation, I'm lucky to understand a little bit of English, but I have to use it especially for the friends from Spain or Russia - a desaster... And whenever I'm in need of a good laugh, I translate my own posts into English... ooops... what I wanted to say: I really, really appreciate everyone being not a native German speaker who visits my blog and gets in the ring with that translation-tool...

Greetings
Birgit

Mary said...

Los juguetes son muy graciosos. Espero verlos en tu tienda. Yo prefiero que continues.
Un beso.

rocinash said...

Que bonitos Maria y cuanta variedad!! Besitos!

Eliana said...

Wow, Maria! How many toys! They are beautiful.
Hugs

Drora's minimundo said...

Of course we are interested in the rest of your story! Nice toys. Can't wait to see them in your shop. Hugs

Sans! said...

Of course I will want you to continue, Maria :). I love dollhouses (of course) and if it is a shop, even better!

Those toys are fantastic, Maria. It took me one year to finish my village house . I am therefore a fervent believer that when it comes to dollhouses, it is good to take our time :)

La casa de Elisa said...

preciosas minis ¡¡¡ felicidades ¡¡
besos

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Olaf-Obrenski said...

Your toys are very cute. My dog Coco really like toys!!

Jorgelina said...

estan hermosos!!! es un lindo proyecto una tienda de juguetes, te felicito!!

PrettyMade said...

Cute toys! :)
I definitely want to know more! :) I think we ALL want to see and hear about every step on your mini way... :)
Hugs!

Mona said...

Continue!!!
You had a lot of good idea with the toys, they are cute.
Mona

Craftland said...

I want to hear more. The toys for your toy-shop are beautiful.
Hugs from Craftland

Ascension said...

Seguro que ocnsigues una preciosa tienda, solo hay que ver las maravillosas minis que ya tienes.
besitos ascension

Giac said...

Hello Maria,
Your toys are not only beautiful and well done, but they are so very charming. Great work...I can't wait to see the shops.

Jennifer Rydell of Plushpussycat said...

Hi Maria! Please do tell more! The story was just getting to the exciting part! I'll jump to your next post now! :-)
Jennifer

maria l. said...

Well done.
I like it very much.
Good ideas

Jollie said...

Great story and I love the toys you have made for the toyshop :-)

Hugs Jollie