Do you live in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina and Tennessee. Do you belong to NAME? I do and Marie Bird asked me to be her swap coordinator for this region. Not fully understanding how much work was involved, I said yes. Don't regret it, and really getting into this. I thought I would show you what I did with the items in the First quarter scale swap we did in this region.
I thought we needed to do quarter scale in addition to 1/12 scale and had a really good response.
We had 7 participants and really interesting items. I had purchased the stall itself on some online sale. You will note baskets, pumpkins, cookies, cakes, flowers, fruit.A better picture for a different angle.
More pumpkins and a sale sign.
A picture of the back. The 3 golds jars were not in the swap but I thought they looked like canning jars. Also lots of cakes.
Look at the dime. That shows the scale of things.
Now you are asking yourself why am I photographing the bottom of the scene. Because it is on clear plastic. You can add or subtract from a bigger scene. It doesn't block the grass or brick that it might be setting on. If you want to add more stuff, it is easy to take out of a scene to work on. Really a nice idea for kids building blocks, and other things that make a mess if you have to glue each piece.
The 1/12 scale market stall, coming soon.