15 November 2013

Turquise christmas ;-)



I had some very buisy days at work and enjoyed the evenings being occupied with miniatures - working on the turquise christmas ornaments.
 
 
 
 
 

I think it is a very sweet and delicate color combined with silver...
 
 
So I added some vintage cards for silver star Garlands..
and the boxes I made earlier...
 
 
 
See you soon!
 

 
 
 

17 comments:

  1. I love the combination of blue and silver too for Christmas! I think your ornaments are very convincing, Susanne. Great job!

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  2. Lovely color that turquoise! And I love your little ornaments <3

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  3. Me encanta el color turquesa y ese árbol queda precioso con esa combinación de colores!!!
    Besos.

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  4. Amo le tue miniature!!!!!.......sono fantastiche!!!!
    Complimenti!!!
    Baci
    patty

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  5. Thank you very much, I like christmas to be very romantic and things to have a soft and fragile look ;-)

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  6. I really like these ornaments and colors.
    Greetings, Faby

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  7. It's beautiful with this colour.
    Geneviève

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  8. Thanks Fabiola and Geneviève!

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  9. Adorable christmas tree, I like the colours and your style!

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  10. Delightful roses turquoise and silver and even boxes. I love your work.Nellina

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  11. Thanks, Lila, Riitta and Nellina!

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  12. What a beautiful turquoise Christmas Tree!
    groetjes van Marijke
    www.thuis-in-het-klein.blogspot.nl

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    1. Thanks! Great house you are Building!

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  13. Hello from a new follower. Your work is amazing! Love the colours!
    Suzé

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    1. Thank you, and welcome to Miniature Dreams!

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  14. I love your blogsite. I live in Connecticut but your Bio in American Miniaturist resonated with me. I grew up in Connecticut in the Us, but in 1981 I fell in love with miniatures a little bit closer to your home than mine. It was when my Tante Grete took me to Billund to see Tatiana's Palace. Then my Mom and I went to Praesto (sorry I don't know how to do the extra Danish letters on-line). I dabbled for a couple of years until my career and family took over. Last year (in my early 50's) I came back to the hobby, have built my first house and for the last year have been decorating the inside. I will get a lot of inspiration from your site and look forward to looking deeper into your work.

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