18 November 2010

My tutorials in Taller de Miniaturas



I am so happy to be printed in the new issue (no 6) of Taller de Miniaturas, the spanish online miniature magazine. The article "Pintura - Envejecer y oxidar" (Paiting age and rust) shows "Realización de coronas" (how to make the rusty garlands or crowns), "Realización de stick decorativos" (how to make the flower sticks) and "Realización de candlelabros y adornos" (How to make the candlesticks and ornamental objects).

You can download the magazine for free by following the link, you can also read it online, but downloading it gives you the best picture quality. I´ve added a few of the pictures, I took for the article ;-)



19 comments:

  1. Hi Susanne, I have seen the article in the magazine and is a great tuto well explained and the result is wonderful, thank you for your genius!
    A warm greeting.

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  2. Thank you for posting the link Susanne. I just love your rusty finished stuff. Everything you make is wonderful because of the finishes and patinas.

    Victoria : )

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  3. You're a great artist: it's nice when talent is recognized and rewarded :-)
    Mini lovely hugs, Flora

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  4. Congratz Susanne! I love these online dollhouse magazines especially Taller de Miniaturas. It's great of you to contribute to all that wealth of information.

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  5. Well done, Susanne! Your talents deserve good recognition!
    Thankyou for the link :)

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  6. Congratulation Susanne... A great tutorial and as always beautiful mini crafts from your hands!

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  7. Congratulations on having your work shown. It's well deserved and thanks too for the link so I could have a look. I noticed your banner at the end too.

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  8. Thanks you SO much, I am getting a little shy because of all of your sweet words...You are all so kind!
    Love, Susanne

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  9. Hi Susanne! I've seen your tutorial and absolutely love it. I will most definitely try it once I have all the materials needed. =) I LOVE visiting your blog. You are extremely talented and always have such beautiful creations to share. =)

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  10. Thanks for the link, I'll definately check it out - you are SO the Queen of aged patina :)

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  11. Congratulations Susanne and thank you for the link - your 'bits' are so clever as well as beautiful!

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  12. Hi Susanne, congratulations for being published! I love your brocante, you achieve the patina perfectly. Don't be shy, you are a gifted artist. Heheh, I wish I could read the magazine but the photos are great!

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  13. Susanne ¡Muchas felicidades !!! Y mil gracias por el tutorial ¡ increíble!!!!!
    Un abrazo
    Flor

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  14. Thank you ladies for your very flattering and moving comments! It makes me very happy. I will reveal a small thing: I don´t speak spanish too. It´s all about translation ;-)
    Love, Susanne

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  15. Congratulations Susanne, you must be so proud! Your work is gorgeous too x

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  16. Congratulations! Your aged patina look is beautiful and worthy of an article. Thank you for sharing your expertise!

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