Saturday, November 9, 2013

DIY: miniature 'Winter Apples'

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While winter is a few blocks away and the Isabel Marant for H&M (I like this sweater) even fewer. Red and white are one of the standard colors in winter (hello Santa!) and therefore I was inspired to create this fantasy yet sweet miniature: the winter apple.  

  Enjoy!
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Winter is dichtbij en misschien het afscheid van de herfst en de collectie Isabel Marant for H&M nog dichterbije (deze sweater is leuk!). Rood en wit zijn mooie winterkleuren en daarom inspiratiebron voor het maken van deze zoete en fantasierijke miniatuurtje: de winter appel.

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30 comments :

  1. i love this! you're so talented :-)

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  2. These are too cute - you are way talented!

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  3. It's too cute! I love the glitter dust, definitely in season :)

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  4. That super delicate and pretty!!
    they are even smaller than a coin! Nice DIY ! :)

    ps: it's actually amanda. :) thank you for liking it dear
    have a great weekend!!

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  5. so cute! it looks amazing. you have a huge talent!

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  6. Wat tof, je kan het echt goed zeg! Wat voor klei gebruik je?

    Liefs, Janna

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  7. Cuteness overload!!!

    You're so good :-)

    Have a lovely day

    xoxo

    Piera Anastasia

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  8. These little apples are just adorable! I could never make something so tiny - I have clumsy fingers haha.

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  9. Omg, this looks so delicate! I bet you need a lot of patience while doing these cute little apples - mine would probably look like a weird ball in the end :D.
    Such a cool blog :)!

    xx
    http://gita-oddsandends.blogspot.com/

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  10. That's so cute! I like how you made the apple look kind of icy.

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  11. I could cry, these are so cute. I have an obsession with anything miniature.
    You have a lovely blog!

    haggardlibrary.blogspot.ca

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  12. Oh my gosh, this is too cute, Mei! *A*
    Thank you so much for sharing this! >u< The details at the bottom of the apple make it even cuter. *A*

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  13. Oh gosh! This is soo cute, I could die! Nice job!

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  14. They are so so cute!! Xx

    coquetin.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. These are so cute!! You are so talented. I want to try this myself, but I'm scared of messing up hehe!


    http://www.mybrokeneggshells.com

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  16. These are adorable! I bet they would look great lounging about in a little metallic bowl.

    - zozo

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  17. These are so adorable and looks like a fun way to spend an afternoon!

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  18. Zo tof ziet dit eruit! Ik heb zaterdag veel fimo gekocht, nu alleen nog de benodigdheden en ik kan ook beginnen :D

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  19. This is so cute!! I would try it if I had skill in molding cute wintery apples XD You're so talented!!

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  20. I can't get over how much attention to detail you have - the starry bottoms and the powder/glitter!

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  21. so awesome! i don't think i can work well with making small crafts! takes a lot of skills and steady hands!

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  22. I love this idea! These are beautiful! Great DIY post! :)

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  23. Love this idea! These apples are beautiful. Great DIY post! :)

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  24. heel schattig! :D

    Ik vind het tof dat je in het Engels blogt :)

    Ik doe dat namelijk ook :D Zou je mss aub eens een kijkje kunnen nemen en mij volgen? Het staat je echt heel goed!
    Ik ben net begonnen, en kan wel een steuntje in de virtuele rug gebruiken :)

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