Once the Springfling contest was done, I had hoped to start on a project that I've been building in my head for almost a year ...a vintage kitchen on baking day inside an old fashioned wooden roll top bread box. Right now it's sitting empty & forlorn on it's specially designated shelf in my kitchen. I have all the lighting, the furniture and the "characters" at hand. But it doesn't seem likely that I'll be able to start it any time soon. I prefer to finish one project before starting on the next because I know from experience, I won't finish it otherwise.
I have a castle roombox workshop coming up in September and once again I have to! have things looking just the way I envision and not just how someone else thinks they could be. Time just isn't an option in all this.
But before I put away my "vintage kitchen", I felt I should show you one of the lovely characters who will be inhabiting the kitchen. This is Katrinchen:
which in german means, little Katrin. She'll be sitting under the baking prep table, helping in that wonderful way that all little children "help"! I commissioned Katrinchen from the very talented children's sculptor, Alex Buslovich. If you check out Alex's blog, you'll see all her other fabulous fimo kids.