Sofa table, Part 2.

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    lea November 13, 2008

    even though i have seen it for real, that doll house keeps amazing me. it looks so good : )

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    Morten November 14, 2008

    What has been the hardest to make?

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    brinja November 14, 2008

    Uhh good question. I think it was my “movie chairs” you can’t see them in the picture but I’ll show you later… The windows wasen’t very hard to do but they took a looong time to cut out. And I still haven’t figured out how to make my dinning room chairs.

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    Sarah Carlson November 18, 2008

    This is by far the greatest little project I’ve come across in a long time. I’m a tad envious actually, in the sense that I feel it would be unoriginal of me to do the same thing…although I am strongly tempted!

    I personally have a predilection for anything miniature, and learned about this Swedish site recently: http://www.skalaminimal.se – perhaps you know it already, but if not, then their food section is most certainly worth a visit. The layered cakes are unbelievably pretty.

    Ooo, and when I went to Tate Modern earlier this fall, they were exhibiting a miniature replica of some renowned Eastern European gallery, that you ought to check out. I don’t remember the name of the gallery nor The Tate’s reason for exhibiting it, but it was so enticing to look at.

    I think I like yours better though.

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    brinja November 19, 2008

    Thanks alot for your comment!
    It is funny how things become amizingly cute just because it’s miniature right?
    I didn’t know that Sweetish site but it looks great.
    Accually I’m not very up-to-date with whats going on in the mini-world, so your hints are great. Thanks!

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