Autumn Splendor In 1:12 Scale

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“The leaves are falling but my imagination is soaring!”

Autumn is my favorite time of year and I’ve got a wide range of seasonal miniatures in store for you!

–Hollowed pumpkins filled with pumpkin bisque soup served in a ring of pine, colorful fall leaves, nuts and grapes are coming to you on handcrafted gold pedestals.
–Lattice top apple and cherry pies with fruit and baked juice seeping through the gaps will be shipped with love from my mini kitchen to yours.
–Holiday hams and turkeys baked to golden perfection and served on fesitive platters are all ready for your mini holiday tables.

Homemade candles, candies, pastries, shepherd’s pies, leaf cookies, berry tarts, and baked breads are just some of what I have on my work bench and my annual Halloween collectible will be debut in my Etsy shop (CrownJewelMiniatures) in a day or two- just in time for your mini Halloween party!

I sipped my tea enjoying the fall foliage from the big picture window in the ©Crown Jewel Miniatures Imaginarium this morning and found Mother Nature’s annual show quite inspiring! For those of us fortunate enough to live in New England it’s like having a masterpiece painting right before our eyes every day and it’s giving me some great ideas! You must have great ideas too and if you’re looking for that one special piece to add to your dollhouse kitchen or mini dining room table, send me an email and let’s chat about a custom order! I’d love to be the one to bring your mini kitchen to life and my range is limited only by our imaginations!

Happy autumn mini friends!

Robin ♥

http://www.CrownJewelMiniatures.com

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Crown Jewel Miniatures by IGMA Artisan Robin Brady-Boxwell. Fine 1:12 scale dollhouse miniatures in ultimate realism! My blog is a compendium of new art, announcements, and advice on creating miniature food for the dollhouse and 1:12th scale shops, stores and scenes.
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