Sunday, 5 June 2016

Big Hunger - Mini Groceries




Groceries.  You sometimes have to feed your family even when you don't feel like cooking. OR you can get mini groceries, make a mini scene and then order pizza.  Much more fun!







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  1. I love "slice of life" scenes like this. :D

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    1. Thank you Brae! These are my fave scenes to craft....and the ones that make my go insane with the little details.

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  2. Love this. I have to get some groceries for the TSP refrigerator!

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    1. Thanks Claudia! Give paper minis a look. They are easy, cheap and its a one person mini enterprise that's worth supporting!

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  3. Love the groceries (and making minis and ordering pizza for family dinner!) They came out great. I tend to order my mini groceries on eBay :) I also love the flowers and your art work. The light hits the flowers perfectly.

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    1. you were the one that got me into paperminis.....and its been a downward spiral of mini making since! love it

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  4. Miniature grocery shopping is always preferable to real grocery shopping. Yay for pizza =0D

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    1. My miniature grocery bill was much nicer to see too ;)

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  5. Another beautifully active scene Kat! You make me feel as though I just walked in, put the groceries down and then, as I was putting them away, suddenly remembered that I'd left something in the car!

    Love the ghost chairs in front of the window too! One can truly appreciate them when they are this Perfectly positioned! :D

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    1. I usually remember an hour after I get home that I forgot something in the trunk. As long as its not ice cream, we're good!

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  6. Hi Kat, I agree with Elizabeth. It is such a realistic scene I had to look twice before I was sure it was not RL size.
    I like the mirrors near the window and of course the ghost chairs.
    Regards Janine

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    1. Thanks Janine! Those frames are from the dollar bins at Michaels...I just added the mirror in and poof! a mirror!

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  7. Hello Kat,
    The scene is such a realistic one that it makes me want to pull out the grocery list and go shopping! The light from the window on the flowers, the doily and shining on the ghost chairs makes the scene very pretty and you feel the next step is to make a pot of tea once the groceries are safely stored away! Cheers, Alayne

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    1. Thank you Alayne! My neighbours must think I'm a little off. I run around the yard with my room box trying to get the light to come in the windows at the correct angle

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  8. Each of your scenes are stunning, they all look so real and you catch the most beautiful details in your pictures. I love the light in the last picture.

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