Friday, November 13, 2009

A Tiny Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year - a no-stress holiday, lots of delicious food & quality time with the family. Why not celebrate Thanksgiving all year round with a collection of miniature food? (You might have to do this in secret because it's going to look pretty weird to your friends.)



[from top row, left to right: Cornucopia Miniature Rustic Style Horn of Plenty , Miniature Vegetables, Basket of Fruits and Vegetables, Cutting Board - Cutting Carrots and Peeling Potatoes, Miniature Apple Pie Set, Basket of Assorted Bread and Rolls, Cheese Board, Turning Tiger Wood Coffee Table Bowl, Leeks, Pumpkins, Roast Turkey, Pine Needle Miniature Basket, Pumpkin Pie, Cherry Pie in Tin, Sliced Cherry Cheesecake]

I recently got into creating Treasuries on Etsy, but the problem is that I haven't been able to publish them because the Treasury limit is always maxed out.

I hope to still publish what I have on, but for now I'll just post here on Wicked Mint.

3 comments:

Sandy Copeland said...

What a wonderful mini feast!
Thanks for showing my cornucopia.

Turnings In Miniature (and more) said...

Now I am hungry!! What a wonderful collection ... thanks for including my Tiger Wood bowl.

Tom

Lafe's Hidden Treasures said...

Thank you for sharing my pine needle baskets! Such a unique idea. Looks great! I had to try two time before getting into a Treasury, be patient, get there ahead of time and before you know it you will be in there!

Nancy
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