Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Today's photos + free raffle

 Today is Earth Day. Here is my Earth Day photo for the April Photo Challenge.
The prompt for the Shelter & Share Photo Challenge was "Other hobbies - What are you up to?" I have been spending a lot of time taking model horse photos, but Cookie is all about pajamas, puzzles, potato chips, coffee, brownies and books.
I've made a lot of small tack and prop items for these photo challenges. 
As is usually the case, I ended up with a lot of extras. 
I could keep these, but I think it would be more fun to give them away. From now until the end of April, every comment left on this blog will equal one raffle entry. Old post, new post, multiple posts--it just doesn't matter. All comments count, but if you're posting anonymously, be sure to include your name.The winner will get everything on the table - but not the table itself! - plus whatever else I might decide to include. Good luck, everyone!

38 comments:

  1. I've loved seeing all your photos during this challenge!

    I am envious of your collection of scale props.

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  2. How on earth did you make the tiny puzzle????

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    1. I found the printable online. The loose pieces (and their empty spaces) were cut our very carefully with a sharp x-acto knife.

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  3. I agree with Margaret, I am envious of your scale prop collection. I am trying to start my own. :)

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  4. Your mini scale prop making skills are incredible! Seeing your wonderful posts always is a highlight of my day! Keep being awesome!

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  5. A few days ago I found my leaf paper cutter. Looks like this weekend I'll finally be making a bunch of fall leaves, yay!

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  6. Seriously impressed by your miniature-making skills!

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  7. That is amazing!!!! Love it. :)

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  8. This are awesome props. That puzzle is so cool. Jennifer Arsuaga

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  9. Can we get a tutorial on the tiny pinata?

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    1. I used this tutorial to get started. I used my own pattern and glue instead of double sided tape, but basically, this is how I did it.

      P.S. I was going to make two, but it was really fiddley and I decided one was enough. Maybe double sided tape would have been better!

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    2. I just went and read the pinata tutorial you shared and I see it instructs people to cut a tiny hole, and actually fill it with confetti! Can you imagine doing all that work to make those and then having people smash them? OMG.

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    3. I learned a lot from the one I made, and I suspect subsequent pinatas would be a lot easier. That said... If you smash my pinata, I'm going to smash you!

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  10. Amazing miniatures as always ! I have been wanting to get out the polymer clay and play a bit but I have been too busy .

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  11. I love seeing all these mini things. The TP cracks me up. How the heck did you cut out those tiny, tiny puzzle pieces without going cross-eyed?

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  12. Bet those are the 4/20 brownies too eh Cookie? ��

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  13. The 4/20 display was hilarious.

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  14. The puzzle and little pieces are blowing my mind! Too cute!

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  15. Love your miniatures and detailed photos! Happy Earth Day.

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  16. Everything you do gives me alot of inspiration to make small things too <3

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  17. You've been far more productive than I have! Love the puzzle, so cute (and so fiddly to make, I'm sure!) ~ Abby

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  18. Thank you for being so generous! Your posts are always inspiring. Susan S.

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  19. How very kind of you. Adore everything you do. -Danielle Hart.

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  20. Imagine, props by Jennifer! Blow the competition away! You are so generous to let these go.

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  21. I think insanity comes with the trade and I'm glad to be apart of it! I absolutely love making real life things on a miniature level. Though, that puzzle completely blows me away! ~Daphne Headley

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  22. Enjoying all the photo challenge pics. Who dressed the doll in the Earth day photo? I need one of those purple fleece jackets! Beth Rappleyea

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  23. By the way--you seem to be in the background of my profile photo here!!

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  24. That pinata is so adorable! And the Corona bottles. Lol! I don't know how you make some of these things!

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  25. NOw I want to make tiny horse books, lol

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  26. I have been enjoying your photos. Your skills at making these scale props are outrageous! Kudos artist!

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  27. Your tiny props are great. Love the photos!

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  28. I love your little props. I would love to add them to my little barn that I have been working on.

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  29. Cookie is still one of my faves out of your collection. You just can't beat a pony in a onesie :D

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  30. Wow. Such great little props. So cute. I have long envied all your tiny things.

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  31. Your work is AMAZING! I love your blog so much, it inspires me to create a hoard of tiny performance things!

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  32. My login isn't working, but I'm Grace Manson / AllOrNadaStudios.blogspot.com :) Kudos to you for having that patience to make all those props (especially the puzzle), talk about tedium!

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