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Nov 4, 2011

The dryers. Suszarki.

Next part about what I've been lately up to.;) Made two clothes horses. A big THANK YOU!!!! goes to my dear Friend, Glenda that once shared the little nails with me. I am really happy I could use them in these projects!

One dryer is inspired by.....IKEA.;D Saw it in one of their catalogues.



The other one suits to the arm-chair I showed last time.;)




Hope you will like them:)

Kolejne moje miniaturowe zmagania. Tym razem dwie składane suszarki. Do zrobienia pierwszej zainspirowała mnie fotka w jednym z katalogów IKEI. Druga pasuje do ostatnio pokazywanego fotela.;) Mam nadzieję że się Wam spodobają.:)

32 comments:

Efa said...

Oj podobają podobają:) Takie małe perełki robisz. zawsze miło popatrzeć:)Zdolniacha jesteś:)

The Old Maid said...

Dziękuję Effciu!! Strasznie miło mi czytać takie miłe słowa:D

otterine said...

Oh, I love them both! :D

BiWuBär said...

Just looking at the first pic I was thinking "Wow, Ewa has a beautiful garden"... Haha, I really believed it was your reallife dryer! Great work, on both - and yes, I DO like them!

Have a great weekend!
Birgit

Sans! said...

I love them both , Ewa. The 1st one looks like an engineering feat! How do you make it stand?

Had to congratulate you on the amazing progress you have made with your minis. It is clear that you have taken your work to another level. You must keep at it, Ewa. I see masterpieces in the making!

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much, Brae!:)

The Old Maid said...

Hahaha Brigit!!!;D I loved these photos, that's why I decided to use them for photo shoots;)
Thank you so much! Happy you like them!
Hugs

The Old Maid said...

Dear Sans, I truly don't know what to say when you praise me like this - I am blushing again!:) Thank you sooooooo much!!! I know that whatever seems to look better here, it is all because of the blogland and all wonderful Miniaturists I have "met" here. Whenever I look at your miniatures I have this feeling I have to do something more, better.... So it is all because of you, dear Sans!:D
The lower parts of the first dryer are combined both with a piece of wood and a piece of ribbon. The last one keeps the parts in a right position and doesn't let them to go any further.;D

Maria Ireland said...

They are both fantastic. I also thought the first one was in a real garden lol. Wonderful work.
Hugs Maria

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much, Maria! I am so happy you like them and the "garden";D Hugs

Janice said...

Just fabulous either way.
They would also look great as herb/flowers dryers.

Ascension said...

Ewa que preciosidad de trabajo, me encanta volver a ver tus fantasticas miniaturas.
besitos ascension

Garden of Miniatures said...

Great work,I love them both. But I must admit the first one is my favorite,very originally ;-)! Jeannette x

Dark Squirrel Victoria said...

I Love your drying racks! I collect regular size drying racks and actually use them to dry my clothes. I am amazed at the Ikea style rack you made.

Hugs,
Victoria

Daydreamer said...

What Beautiful Dryers! The first is So unusual! And I love your background pictures! It looks so real... for a minute I thought it must be outside in your garden in summer! I can't wait to see what scene these will be a part of!
(PS - I Finally replied to your comment on my blog about the Ghost chairs... if you don't see it, I will e-mail you the info!)

Annie said...

*LOL* I also at first sight belived in your "garden trick"... I love both drying racks but really adore the way you have aged the second one... Guess that one is my favorit.

And Ewa... you deserve every word from Sans without a blush ;0)

The Old Maid said...

Janice, this is a great idea! Thank you so much both for your kind words and for this idea!:)

The Old Maid said...

Muchisimas gracias, Ascension!!So happy you like it! Besitos!

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much, Jeannette! I guess IKEA is a good source of the ideas sometimes;D

The Old Maid said...

Thank you very much, Victoria! I wonder how many of them you actually have in your collection?;) Hugs to you!

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much, dear Betsy! I've read your comment about these fab chairs already!:D I am not surprised you had to have them;)
Thank you for all your words!! So happy you like the dryers!!!Hugs:)

The Old Maid said...

Gosh, Annie, thank you very very much! It is good to read you here too!;D Very happy you like them and somehow I am not surprised you like this aged one more;D

ozuszka said...

Witaj. jakie fantastyczne miniaturki tworzysz. Pozdrawiam i zapraszam do siebie http://ozuszka.pinger.pl/

The Old Maid said...

Dziękuję bardzo! Cieszę się z kolejnego polskiego bloga z miniaturami!:) Powodzenia!

Eva said...

Yes!! I like them very very much! great idea indeed

Eliana said...

I really enjoyed the dryers, they're great.
Hugs

The Old Maid said...

Thank you very much, Eva!:) Happy you like it!

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much Eliana! Really happy you like them too! Hugs!

KORONKA said...

Za to jakie inne masz talenty...

The Old Maid said...

:D Bardzo Ci dziękuję Koronko! Za odwiedziny na blogu również:)

Glenda said...

Whoops, I'm late catching up with this post - these are brilliant, Ewa! As Birgit said, they look like 1:1!!

The Old Maid said...

Thank you so much, dear Glenda! I knew I was missing one comment from good Friend!;D