It started with model horses. Of course, the horses needed tack and riders and barns and jumps and other show ring type obstacles. Other animals started making appearances. And food. I tried to limit myself to things you'd find in a barn or at a horse show, but that only worked for so long. At this point my model horse collection has turned into a 1:9 scale collection. Here are some of the newest arrivals.
Once it was done, I asked if she could make a matching pet bed. She could!
This group of items came from Carol.
The soccer ball and clothes pins are self explanatory, but the cookie cutter and tiny cloth bag left me with questions.
Do I use this for its intended purpose or should I prime and paint it and put it in my tiny hobby room?
These are (apparently) Guatemalan worry puppets, but I think they look like tiny voodoo dolls. Do my dolls need voodoo dolls?
Finally, there's Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy. Facebook marketed this to me last summer. I resisted then, but changed my mind after seeing Dani Youdris' Tube Guy in the Pandemic Performance Panorama and MIB Spooktacular Photo Show.