Monday, September 3, 2012

~ Feeling Fall in Miniature ~


Happy almost Fall! ....I am feeling very fall-ish lately, {yes a made up word lol} I suppose as one season starts to end, I get excited for the next pretty quickly and Fall , is by far a fabulous one in my neck of the woods :). These photos and projects were all inspired with that feeling in mind. A gorgeous little Tuscan kitchen, a few farmhouse style hutches, kitchen vignettes and plenty of cozy food to get you in the mood for fall!



I was pretty busy this August so I didn't get to post much , but I'll be back to posting more often once school gets under way and the schedule returns to normal. Yippee :) Anyway, This fabulous kitchen set you all are seeing here is the Master works of Maritza Moran. I was honored to make the food , dessert items, and accessories for the beautiful set! This will be available at the Good Sam Miniature show in Calif. this October! I hope if you're in the area you will all come and see it in person. It was a pure joy to work with and the details and love put into this kitchen is instantly seen, her talents are amazing! My pictures don't even do it justice! Thank you Maritza for being an incredible friend and for giving me this wonderful opportunity! Love you!

Isn't it cozy , dreamy, elegant and stunning?!!



I have also been busy as a bee working on my cookbook, I am hoping to have it ready for release by late September , early October. So I'm giving you some sneak peeks at new kitchen vignettes that I have put together for the book and also some new miniatures that were made and sold in my Etsy shop this month.

I love farmhouse style and with the feelings of fall lingering around me, I created some warm and cozy pieces....



Put on some lovely music and enjoy....









*** There is no better time than fall, to fall back in love with the kitchen! ***






























I do hope you enjoyed my little tour... Thank you for always coming and visiting!

I have one more link to share with you. This beautiful bowl {below} was created by Anita from Pottery by Anita on Etsy. I placed a special order of an entire set of these bowls, in such beautiful colors, deep reds, burnt oranges, and she has so many other colors too! You'll love how the earth-tones and hand made bowls she makes on a miniature potters wheel have such a natural and beautiful quality! Thank you Anita, you're such a sweetie!

Well it's off to do some miniature canning today! New Jams, fruits and veggies! I love canning, in real life and in miniature it's even sweeter , and less messy too :) Have a fabulous week ahead friends!

Hugs, thanks and Love,

Cynthia xo



11 comments:

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

Hi Cynthia,
You're miniatures are nothing short of amazing. Love it all.... Happy Monday, Ciao

Anne said...

Cynthia,
Your miniature rooms look beautiful! Love all the detail!
xx
Anne

{oc cottage} said...

holy cats! you just keep out awesome-ing yourself! ;} cannot wait for your cookbook! how fun!!!!!

m ^..^

Plushpussycat said...

Beautiful display! I'll look for it at the Good Sam Show! xo Jennifer

Xandra Dekker said...

Wat een prachtige miniaturen. Alles is even mooi.

Groeten Xandra

The Tablescaper said...

Amazing detail!

- The Tablescaper

Fabiola said...

Your miniatures are fantastic, as always.
Kiss Faby

johala6@yahoo. said...

Dear Cynthi
I falled in love with your creations and your blog! I wonder how can you work on such small things! I can't imagine it for myself, I allways to create big!!! LOL
It's wonderful and so charming! Would you allowed me please to put a post of your blog and your creations on my own french blog: Matinlumineux.blogspot.com
Hugs and kisses from France
Joelle

Liz said...

Oh My Goodness! How darn cute!

~Liz

plumbing said...

We couldn't control ourselves for being excited about the change of seasons. Having this idea can actually makes you feel the breeze of your desired weather.

Ivy and Elephants said...

I am so happy I found you via Artful Blogging. Your blog is absolutely amazing. Your miniatures are to die for. What a blessed gift you have.

Paula, your newest follower