At the start of this month, I teased about a project I was working on and a couple of times through the month and thought you might find it interesting. I just finished it. I really thought about a week ago that I had bitten off much more than I could chew. Never one to let a challenge go, I worked a lot harder this week than I thought I could.
I have always wanted a coffee table devoted to miniatures. A lot of projects ran through my head and finally I decided that I wanted to do a street fair. Here it is.
Sometime ago, I found some little mangers that looked like booths at a street fair. They needed a lot of work. I also found a cute little box that looked like a food booth. I had the wagon with antiques and thought that would make a good addition. After staging and staging how I wanted it; I proceeded. Needed several booths and wanted to use things I liked: art, needle work, cakes etc.
I rearranged things a lot. I wanted things visible from all angles. I am a little detail oriented and kept rearranging things and finally thought I had THE arrangement. I changed the picnic table today because it worked better. Now I am happy with the arrangement.
As you know, I like to recycle things and the aquarium worked great. I just needed a base with wheels and a piece of glass cut. That was taken care of during the last month.
The above clown is one of Sharon Johnson's dolls. I featured some of her creations recently. This was a special order. Cute little girl, with money in her hand, waiting for a balloon.
One little girl already has her balloon. A gentleman with his dog and a good book is just chilling. He is wondering if he has room to take home a painting.
Above is one of the twins. He's getting the food all doctored up for him and his twin. The other twin is sitting at the table reserving a spot and enjoying the balloons. Maybe he will have enough money to buy himself and his brother one.
I have way more people in this scene than most that I do. A street fair needs lots of people.
I am so very happy with this project.