Saturday, 7 September 2013

Will be back soon!

If you have been following me on Facebook, you should have seen some WIP photos of my doll house build project.

The house is almost 5' tall and too huge to be lifted up by one person. I could not work on it outdoors so I had to do a lot of sanding in the same room I make my clay miniatures. Because there is just too much dust flying around- the Littlest Sweet Shop kitchen is closed for now.

I hope to finish building this house (at least finish up all painting work) in the next few days. I miss modelling and I can't wait to make some new items!

There will be some new updates on new popcorn packaging in the next few days. 

Stay tuned!

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