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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Updated Herb Shop - just some pics :)

I added a new shelf unit (found at an antique store) for all of the herbs and accessories.

There are jars of all sizes, a basket full of seed packets, and some growing plants. Also, there's a mortar and pestle, canisters, and even some shopping bags on the bottom shelf. The cork on the shelves was added by me so the objects on the shelf were more stable.





Crystal balls and antique pottery in the display case.

I rearranged this shelf quite a bit and put the hats on top. I would like to add more items.

Bowls of stickers, a selection of gems, and Mexican tapestries.

My homemade bookshelf and screen, with a cute wooden carved rhino.

This shop is my first miniature project and I've enjoyed putting it together. Adding and moving things around means a project is never *quite* complete, and I like that!

Looking over some posters.

A book I put together from a kit. I love the details on this.

A better view of the shelves.





I made this hex sign from a brochure I picked up while in Lancaster, PA.

I thought this picture turned out pretty cool. :) Here, you're looking through the front door of the shop.

I just *love* this log with toadstools. I bought it from Earth and Tree a little over a year ago. :)

7 comments:

  1. A great looking herb store. I love all the details. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs, Drora

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  2. Mi piace il negozio che hai realizzato è ricco di dettagli e di begli oggetti! Bello il libro aperto su delle pagine antiche.Un caro saluto, Manu

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  3. Hello Linda,
    The herb shop is fantastic. I love allt he details and accessories you think of. It looks beautiful.
    Great work.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  4. The herb shop looks great, and yes, that toadstool log is fabulous!

    http://majokkoshop.blogspot.com

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  5. Your herb shop is fantastic. I like the details.
    Bye, Faby

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  6. I love your herb shop. What a clever idea.

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