Les détails font la perfection et la perfection n'est pas un détail.
Léonard de Vinci

vendredi 29 juillet 2011

A tribute to ...

... Monet's dining room at Giverny.
But I worked too quickly and,  yes ! too dirty I am afraid ;-)
Here is the result :


And now the same a bit messy
 I think I will put it in the kitchen and maybe I will add curtains at the bottom.
Have fun !

11 commentaires:

  1. This is just beautiful, I would like to have this too!!! You didn't make it too dirty, it's perfect in every detail !Curtains at the bottom would set the dot the i ;-)! Jeannette

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  2. I love it with all the beautiful miniature crockery.

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  3. What a fantastic job you did! I love the shade of yellow that you have used on this piece. I have seen some miniature "Monet" pieces that were to bright....I love yours!!!

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  4. It is just fantastic...love every bit of it!!!
    I'm not into the miniatures at this moment, but you sure inspire me a lot!

    Sabiha,xxx

    ps...my blog is been removed...it is a mistery how that did happen...I'm very upset about it!
    I have to start all over again....

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  5. Dear Sabiha,
    I am really sorry for your blog. It is going to be a hugde job if you want to redo it. Can't you get any help from Google ?
    Many hugs

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  6. que mueble más original, me encanta

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  7. It looks lovely - it would be a shame to cover up the pottery on the lower shelves. If you put a curtain there, will you put those things elsewhere?

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  8. This is just beautiful and perfect in every detail .

    Janne

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  9. Oh no, please no curtains. I love it.
    I'm so lucky to find your blog. I'll come back often.
    Hugs from Craftland

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