Love it! All of the little details are perfect. The leaf window blind is my favorite. The "steaming" coffee pot is fantastic fun! xo Jennifer
May your cuppa always runneth over with this kind of creativity. Cream, no sugar please...
This makes me grin from ear to ear!!!!
I can smell the coffee from here. Brilliant. Love the detail.Hugs
joining the others before...:) wonderful!!
Brilliant!!! Wherever did you find the tiny coffee equipment?
I got the great little grinder at a thrift store, and the rest is cobbled together with all sorts of stuff...a copper mug that I fiddled with, a button, a poppy pod and a threepenny bit. Cups are fimo.
I'd like to have coffee with all of you!
Maggie, I LOVE this! I Especially LOVE the leaf skeleton for the window curtain! I have collected some of those over the years which I hope to use in a project someday! I don't know why some winters make better leaf skeletons than others!!!And I can't believe the cups are fimo!!!
Wonderful! Mice pictures and cards have been a favoite of mine but you've brought it to 3D! I love them! You have a great imagination and I'll be back often! I have a doll story blog, you've inspired me to go back to it~http://jmkoriginals.typepad.com/balljointed_dolls_izzy_an/
After listening to your interview with Rice I wanted to play with you! I have that same type of pack rat imagination and work with miniatures a lot and am a mixed media artist but it's the "make believe" that I love the best. I love how you made the steam! I understand what you mean about gravity and weighted items. For me fabric stiffener works well and canned starch. GREAT idea living in a loaf of bread! If they are hungry they can just eat the walls! lol! Great interview! Wish we were neighbors!
We're blog neighbors!
I like that! I had an awful time locating the ArtDoll Quarterly Spring edition. I looked world wide and finally (like magic!) Our friend Jana was selling one (the last one!) on Amazon! So I was able to order that and your book, I can't wait to get them! I better update my blog! See you later neighbor!
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i wish i could go for a trip to mouseland, i wish i could be their guest for a while ! so fairy to me ! thank you for such wonderful world !cinthia
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You are an awesome artist, I am in love with all of your work. The mice are wonderful and your imagination limitless! I don't have words to express how fantastic and wonderful your little mouseland is!
I can smell the coffee. The scene is so fantasic.GreetingsMelanie
Everything is said, I am too late......but not for a delicious cup of coffee :D! Wonderful scene!!Kind regards, Ilona
Please add me to your ardent fan list and I am not even a mouse person..:) I may be now :)
Do you sell these? I would gladly buy a mouse or two if you were selling. I love them! This is awesome :)
Chelsea,I don't sell them, but I'm glad you like them!Maggie
this kitchen my dream's .. amazing picture ..cam balkon
Holy MOUSE!!!These are so damn cute!! If you have any of these products for sale in e-bay or something I'll definitely like to check out the price-range.My BlogI'm a 3D artist and works like yours are real source of inspiration. Keep up the good work.