Aaaah...the weather here is so ugly, cold and rainy...the football EM has begun...
PERFECT TIME TO MAKE MINIS!!!!
I made a break from my mouse house as coloring the outside is so boring , and made some items for my witch Miranda, who is very thankful for that! So I took out my paints and gave some barewood pieces a little bit of color. I used my arcylics very thin and for aging and the wood-look parts "Alles Patina" in walnut from Rayher. It was the first time I used this and I really liked it and will keep my eyes up for other wood-types :-)
Here´s Miranda, still captured in a frog´s body :-( Don´t mind the snail on her book, we seem to have a little snail-problem here lately, which has to do with Miranda´s new breeding of the snail-away-plant:
While the first generation of the plants was really successfull in chasing away snails, the second generation is doing the contrary and magically attracting all kinds of snails! Nobody expected that and it took a while until we found out why we have snails everywhere. But don´t worry: Miranda never throws a plant away, we gave it to the neighbour :-))))))
The plants that were not eaten by the snail are growing very well and so Miranda had some time to get hand on some Fairy-dust-pumpkins. I saw similar ones on etsy but thought them to be too expensive and so I told Miranda and she kindly solved the problem.
It is not easy to get these pumpkins, you know? You have to make a fairy spread all of her fairy dust over the pumpkin patch. No decent fairy would do that voluntarily, of course. So, you must find a way to make her drunk. I do not know how Miranda made it, but I now own a nice collection of wonderful golden pumpkins :-))))
To show her my appreciation I created a logo for her shop (with the help of the Graphics Fairy) and made her bright blue wheelbarrow a bit more stylish :-)))
We are quite a good team, Miranda and me....
Thanks to you all for your lovely comments on my last post!
To those of you who enjoy football I wish you an exciting EM and to the rest:
Have a wonderful week!