Miniature blogs for inspiration or just eye candy if you like

I’ve been surfing again! There are so many fabulous miniature blogs on the internet that I can’t even begin to cover them all. Miniaturists are a very giving group who readily share their knowledge and, boy, am I GLAD! It has saved me a ton of wasted time trying to figure out much on my own. Believe me when I say that I feel like I need to catch up in the mini world FAST! Hmmm… it may have something to do with age. 🤔 (grin)

Here are a few artists that inspire me to new mini heights (and sometimes lows when I wonder why I even bother with my own puny attempts. LOL, no pun intended on the “puny”.) Mostly though, I LOVE looking at the work of these amazing artisans and I hope that you do too.

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Here you will find beautiful work and excellent tutorials. An example is this Tudor bed – it’s all handmade and when Mara breaks it down step-by-step, it is very doable. Mara also did all of the paintings on the walls of her kit-bashed Greenleaf house that she turned into a Tudor. She writes that the paintings are “frescoes inspired by the motives of the medieval tiles of the East of Spain called Socarrat.”

Click on the photo at right and it will jump you directly to making this bed. You will have to scroll down a bit to get past the other Tudor furniture, but I don’t think that it will hurt because it is ALL eye-candy.

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Fabulously  SmallOK, miniaturists are crazy and this next blogger is no exception. And I mean that in the nicest way possible.  LOL  Seriously, Monique makes the MOST amazingly intricate miniatures of anybody that I’ve seen so far AND she has a great sense of humor as you will see in this video.

 

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This site is from Finland and the blog owner’s name is Susanna. Even her bio says that it is just “Susanna”, so there you go.

Susanna knits these tiny little clothes. What got me the most was the way that she poses her figures for the photos. They are so much fun to see and to read the story/ captions.

 

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Erzsébet Bodzás primarily makes and sells still-lifes of food. They are fantastic! The detail and realism is beyond exquisite. She makes every single thing in her photos. Her Pinterest boards show an enviable array of fabulousness. I’ve linked her name and the top photo to her blog. The second pic is linked to the Pinterest board. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed.

This is just a tiny sampling of my favorite miniature blogs. Each of the above artists have even MORE links in their sidebars.

Warning: you are in danger of spending a whole day surfing if you don’t put a timer on your desk!

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One thought on “Miniature blogs for inspiration or just eye candy if you like

  1. Oh my goodness – how awesome! I was especially fascinated by the miniature food! I went and checked out Erzsébet Bodzás on the link you provided and oh my goodness – the food in the tiny kitchen scenes are amazing! 🙂

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