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Tasty Fare

Day 30-Tasty Fare Today is tasty fare day for #summerminifun with @vintagedollhouseshop ☀️ I regret to inform you that there are no tasty tiny Cheerios inside of this ornament. Instead, there is a note that reads: “Cheerios ornament 1992. Lid torn by curiosity of Nikki. She wanted to know if they were tiny Cheerios inside.… Continue reading Tasty Fare

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Stitched

Day 27-Stitched I was inspired by today’s @vintagedollhouseshop #summerminifun prompt to fix up this wee stitched babe that fell out of her frame and into the glow up box. Bit of glue, good as new ⭐️

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Small Business

Day 23- A small business Today is small business day for #summerminifun hosted by @vintagedollhouseshop ❤️ My little business isn’t completely related to miniatures, but they show up for sale sometimes. I started @archaeochic on eBay a few years ago with no real niche, to sell off a few things I no longer needed. I… Continue reading Small Business

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Summer Reading-Bonus Serendipity Story

A second posting and a story of serendipity for summer reading day of #summerminifun. Near the end of May, I found this dollhouse book in a bunch of free craft books. I remember taking a picture of it, but I posted a picture of some miniature collector magazines on @treasurehuntingfever instead. But I remember flipping… Continue reading Summer Reading-Bonus Serendipity Story

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Summer Reading

Day 22-Summer Reading A petite preserved paper specimen for summer reading day of #summerminifun with @vintagedollhouseshop 📰 This tiny trophy was given to my grandfather in appreciation for helping The Orange County Register Newspaper to implement a new software system back in the 90s. I don’t actually read much of physical newspapers these days, but… Continue reading Summer Reading

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A curiosity

Day 21-A Curiosity To stimulate your curiosity and mine on this, the 21st day of #summerminifun with our wonderful host @vintagedollhouseshop, let us peel back the layers of time. This keychain depicts an Archaeological Tell; a mound site of many layers ranging from the Paleolithic era at about 16000 years bce through what is called… Continue reading A curiosity