Creating a beautiful life one mini at a time..........

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Happy Fall and a long overdo post

October means a trip to the pumpkin patch. Corn mazes, pie, and warm cider. The holidays are coming!

I love the colors of Fall. When I did this miniature baking hutch all I could think was yellow. I think red is the perfect color to be with this yellow. Don't you? This hutch makes me so happy! Candy apples and pumpkin pie too!

A miniature bike leaning on the old barn.  Just look at that perfect wicker bike basket created by Lidi Stroud. Check out her etsy shop Basketcase miniatures. We picked sunflowers. I love miniatures!


Old miniature barn aged with time. It is perfectly shabby chic inside. I have some future plans for this one.

I had the best time creating a miniature barn party scene. Don't you just love the little hay bales? This is one of my favorite pictures. It was a very hot morning when I took this pic.

There is always time to squeeze in a new mini kitchen. I painted this one instead of using wallpaper on the walls. I used a Martha Stewart blue and I think the darker wood was the perfect accent to this wonderful blue. Look there is stew on the stove and fresh pie cooling on the counter.

Tiny pumpkin love......
The beauty of Fall is showing itself everywhere. I took this picture on my hike today! I do hope you are finding time to get out and enjoy the color changes. It really is wonderful and so good for the soul. You will be glad you did.

Catching that beauty in miniature has been the best time ever! I hope you have enjoyed my first post  of  Fall. I plan on  trying to be a better blogger. I know I have said it before but all I can do is try! Thanks to those of you who write me emails to encourage me to come back. So nice to know I've been  missed and for you I will try harder. Oh and before I leave you I have to mention that our wonderful Fall miniologie is available @ miniologie.com.  Till next time....
                                                                          MINI  HUGS! 

20 comments:

Josje said...

Wonderful autumn atmosphere. I love that last photo, bountiful harvest, gorgeous colours and the weather still nice enough to sit outside...

Deb said...

Yay!! Finally, so glad to see you back. I absolutely adore the yellow baking hutch. Especially the pull out cutting board. Did you build it from a kit or a tutorial? I actually just built an old food safe from a mini book I checked out at the library. Yes, I know that's old fashioned but I'm old fashioned. What can I say? Lol. Anyway, I painted mine in Benjamin Moores Showtime Yellow. The inside is stained wood & there is screen on the 2 doors. I'm so pleased w' how it turned out. I love your barn scene too. My fondest childhood memories are of time spent at my aunt & uncles farm in Paducah, Kentucky. Well thanks for sharing. Keep em' coming as often as you can. Happy Fall ya'll!

mcddiss said...

una preciosas miniaturas otoñales , ese mueble es una maravilla y la cocina preciosa , gracias por compartir esas bonitas fotos

besitos

Mari

12Create said...

Fabulous pictures, great hutch, great barn and I love the Fall Miniology. Fall is such a lovely colorful season. It is Spring in New Zealand but winter has decided to make a comeback over the last couple of days with cold, blustery wet weather.

Fabulously Small said...

Wow Kim, that looks so beautiful and warm, so fitting for the time of the year, very inviting, love to sit at that table! I also love the yellow hutch, it looks perfect!

Lady Fanaberia said...

So beautiful photos of your miniatures!
Zgadzam się, w twoim poście panuje piękna, jesienna atmosfera. Podziwiam niebanalne zdjęcia :)

Eemaiva said...

Beautiful autumn pictures! Love them all as wall as the fall Miniology!

Jane Chérie said...

Glad to see you post again and boy what a post it is!!! Love the fantastic autumn vibes from your pictures. The kitchen scenes are always my favorite. The hutch is remarkable!!!

Fabiola said...

Wonderful autumn atmosphere.
I really like the miniature barn.
Greetings, Faby

Plushpussycat said...

What gorgeous miniature scenes and photographs! Thanks for coming back. I look forward to more of your posts and to your next book. :-) xo Jennifer

Flora said...

As for the run, I can not speak (I wrote a post today after six months of silence!), But I know how life can be hectic, so much to keep us away from our interests ... But you're very busy on many fronts, and if you neglect the blog, is always to create fantastic things elsewhere :-)
I love the image of the bicycle: really hard to believe that it is a miniature :-)
W fall and good intentions :-)
Lovely hugs,
Flora

Isabel Ruiz Alonso said...

Bonita entrada y bonitas escenas.

Katie said...

Thanks for sharing all these beautiful mini scenes with us:) You have one of the best styles and eyes for minis:) I do have to say though.. The yellow hutch is beautiful!!

Tee Bylo said...

Whoop! You have returned! I love the the pictures...Regards, Tee

Hannah said...

I love the mini barn! great work! Hannah

miniacollection said...

Thank you for all these beautiful photos! Your work always makes me dream.
Geneviève

Sarah K. said...

You make such beautiful things. What a wonderful little kitchen. The dark wood does look lovely with the blue. Happy Fall!

Elizabeth S said...

Hi Kim! a beautiful Fall display with the yellow hutch. You have a sure touch when it comes to making not only beautiful miniature kitchens, but also fabulous photography. Every picture is Autumn Enchanted!

elizabeth

Lindsey Domer said...

Lovely all around! It's so hard to tell the difference between the real size and the mini size! :)

Monti said...

Hey Kim,
It's great to see your new posts and the mini 'Eye Candy' is scrumptious, as always! Your barn is magnificent; looking forward to seeing what you do with it! Happy Autumn!