Tuesday, December 31, 2013
2013 was filled with surprises for Cinderella Moments. It was such an amazing year.
We were featured in the New York Times which was one of the biggest honors. It opened doors for us that will hopefully thrust Cinderella Moments into the next big adventure. Thank you Julie Lasky, Deputy Editor of the Home section at the New York Times.
Thank you Ms. Gail Cooper. I believe you are an angel of God. Your letter was so incredibly timed! It solidified the course of my business.
Thank you Jodi Kahn of Woman's World for featuring my rose tutorial in your magazine. The feature was so pretty!
Thank you Auralea Ashdown of American Miniaturist Magazine for inviting us to be part of your incredible publication.
And a big,big thank you to Dave Pullano and his team! The amount of work you have done for us is incredible. We are so grateful. I'll let all of you know what that's about a little later.
We have some very exciting events which took place at the end of 2013. I hope to have good news about that this upcoming month. Either way I'll let you know what this big mystery is! :)
And a huge thank you to all of you who have made Cinderella Moments so popular on the internet. I appreciate each and every visitor. We are so humbled by the incredible support we have received from the online community. There are so many talented mini artists out there. To know that you think our work is on par with those master crafters is such a great honor.
To all of the people who leave such supportive comments- you have no idea what a difference your words have meant to us. We appreciate it!
And last but not least! Thank you, thank you to all the Cinderella Moments customers.
Cinderella Moments designs are only available on this website cinderellamoments.com or in my Etsy shop-CinderellaMoments. Beware of imitations.
Saturday, December 28, 2013
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Sunday, December 22, 2013
This lady is very talented. She explains everything.
More to come! Thanks for coming over.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
The pastel dollhouse is next for real this time! LOL! :)
Friday, December 6, 2013
Nina Hartmann's book Vintage by Nina. I wanted a miniature dollhouse chair that looked completely tattered and shabby chic just like the ones in Nina's photos. I hand dyed some cotton fabric with a brown/black watered down mix of acrylic paint in the sink. Let dry. After I put the fabric on each piece of the chair I cut little rips here and there with a sharp blade. I colored the rips and edges with a brown ink pad. Then I used the watered down brown/black to make more stains. I used spindles for the feet of the chair.
Coming up next is a pastel themed dollhouse I'm building for Jennifer. Until next time! Happy building!