Dolls House & Miniature Scene Magazine
I hope everyone in blog land is having a wonderful summer, I have been so busy I am quite late in making many posts, so for the next few days I will be trying to catch up. I had the honor of having my work showcased in Dolls House & Miniature Scene magazine. Below is the article that my new 18th Century letters were featured in. Antique mail fascinates me, I love the writing and amazing stamps that accompany these vintage pieces of art. I hope you enjoy the article. This was from the June Issue, my apologies for my late posting.
Here is a link if you wish to find out more about this amazing Magazine.
Thank you Sadie for sending me these wonderful pictures from the article.
Below are some more pictures of the vintage 18th Century Mail.
I love the look of folded letters, there is nothing that brings life to a scene more than adding some letters.
It looks gorgeous Jenn, will read it when I get the chance. You also had a great article in the August American Miniaturist. It is great to see you getting lots of recognition for your beautiful work.ReplyDelete
Thanks Shannon, so happy to see you there too. Well deserved, I love your kits. How are things?ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the wonderful article. I just love your incredibly well antiqued letters. The are beautiful.
Hi Giac, Thanks so much for your comment, you are always so kind in your comments. Hope all is well with your family!Delete
Hi Jennifer! Your presentations of mini mail and all things paper, have fascinated me for a very long time and so I am Very Happy to learn of your Amazing work being showcased in the prestigious Dollhouse and Miniature Scene. My sincere Congratulations- Well Deserved! :DReplyDelete
Hi Elizabeth, thanks so much. Its always nice to see your work in print, we all as miniatures dream of sharing our ideas and work we have done. So when it happens it is always a thrill. Thanks again,Delete
Well deserved feature! :D My friend loved the tiny half scale letter set, by the way.ReplyDelete
Hi Brae, Thanks so much, so happy your friend likes her letters. JennDelete