Friday, 13 February 2009

So here I am....with a blog.

For those of you who have been telling me to get one for ages, yes I finally caved in :-)

Not for the usual reasons though. It is unlikely, at least in the near future, that this blog will be updated on a regular basis.

However, there are so many excellent blogs out there belonging to other miniaturists, that this seemed the easiest way for me to keep track of them all.

I have tendinitis in one of my fingers right now which is making it near impossible to make miniature flowers. I had no idea that the middle finger on my left hand was so useful.....until I was unable to use it.

I have managed to almost finish building my first dollhouse though. Much easier to do one handed than tiny flowers. It should be completed in a week or so and I'll post photos then.



  1. Hi, Jayne! I'm so excited I get to be your first follower! I've been thinking about you a LOT for the past two days. I'm working on a garden hutch and decided I needed to put your daffodil kit together. Just let me say that I have even more respect for your work than ever!!! Every time I breathe something blows away. I have managed to get three of them together. I don't think you'd be proud, but each one I do is a little better than the last. You must have the patience of a saint!

  2. Now that I've calmed down and read your blog, I'm so sorry about your finger. Is it something that will improve with time? I can't wait to see your first dollhouse. I'm expecting greatness! No pressure, though. Hee Hee

  3. Thank you Brenda.

    Not sure about my patience though ~ You just have to learn how to hold your breath:-)

    I have to see the doc later this week about my finger. She says I need a steroid shot in the knuckle...not sure I am looking forward to that.

    Anyhow, good luck with the daffs...and be sure to post pictures !

    Jayne x

  4. Welcome to the world of blogging. I too am fairly new at blogging and started it as an venue to share my love of miniatures. Your slide pictures of flowers and plants are wonderful. That is something I am just beginning to do but I spend more time on the floor looking for the little pieces that get lost in the rug. LOL


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