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1  Archive of Past Craftster Challenge Entries / CHALLENGE 48 ENTRIES / Miniatures for my miniatures on: March 02, 2010 06:44:54 PM




The half-inch-scale table and chair were both done a few years ago. The pieces ON the table were finished last night. The new pieces are VERY rustic; I basically had to take splinters of wood and rest them together with just the surface tension of the glue to hold them in place. Then I carved the excess glue away with the smallest bit on my dremel. The newspapers are photos of a front page, shrunk down in Photoshop. (I probably didn't need to bother going to that much trouble; spots of ink on typing paper would have been just as readable.)

I didn't think to have my husband take any "in process" pictures, which is a shame because I'm sure my reaction was pretty entertaining when the puff of air coming out of the glue bottle managed to blow the pieces across my workbench.

Hooray, my first submission to Craftster!
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