Friday, 4 April 2014

Adding more miniatures to the Staff's Room in the Florist Shop

Hi Everyone, 

How are you? Hope you are all fine. Have you got used to change in the hour? It has been almost a week now and it is still hard for me to wake up early. Although I must admit that I like the idea of having a longer day. The weather here is getting warmer and warmer. I wanted to welcome a new follower of my blog; Welcome Kati!

Today I will be sharing with you some miniatures that I have been making for the staff/pantry room which comes above the florist shop. 

So my first miniatures that I have made where actually ring files and flower magazines. I have designed the ring binders and printed them. To make the rings inside the binders I used jump rings that you find from craft shops to make jewelry. I wanted to make these files  where the florist can keep his paper work. I have also created two open files where you can see bridal flower arrangements. Florists tend to keep a portfolio of their work to show to their customers. I have also printed some flower magazine covers and downsized them. I am really happy how they turned out 

Files and magazines  
Open files with pages

Printed magazine covers
What I wanted to make in the room was a scene with clients. Here we have Trisha who is the co-ordinator when it comes to big occasions. She helps with ideas and give advice to her clients. Trisha is also Jack's wife. At the moment Trisha is helping Linda who is preparing for her big day. To help her decide on here wedding flowers there are her mother and granny. I am sure they will pull it through as they couldn't have found a better florist.

I have also made some polymer clay miniatures. I have made a laptop for Trisha. A fire extinguisher which every shop or public premises should have. I have filled two mugs of coffee, made some sandwiches so Trisha can server her clients, some dish washing soap and some toiletries for the cubical. 

Laptop for Trisha

Fire Extinguisher 

A plate of sandwiches

Two mugs of coffee

Dish washing soap and a stack of sandwiches

Toiletries for the cubical

 I also made two bags to add to the scene.


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Finally I added some posters to the whole room which I have printed. It made the room look more realistic.

Posters for the room

I am really pleased how it all turned out. I still need to add more miniatures to this room especially in the kitchenette. So this is how the room looks like at the moment.

Files in place

Trisha with her clients. 

The cubical with the new accessories 

I hope you like what I have done so far.

I also wanted to let you know that as Easter is around the corner I have also made my 10th miniature downloadable book which you can download from this link The Night before Easter.

This book will fit perfectly in a dolls house nursery especially during Easter time. 

Well this is all for today folks. I hope you like what I have made so far. Keep tuned as I will be updating you soon with more progress of this project.

Wishing you all a very happy weekend.

Take Care and see you soon.


Rebecca xxx


  1. wow you have been busy, I love the ring binder book what a great idea

    1. Thank you so much Debbie, I am pleased you liked them

  2. You have made some beautiful little accessories! Things we take for granted in real life tend to get forgotten in miniature, the fire extinguisher and cleaning products being prime examples!
    The binders and magazines are perfect! I have a soft spot for miniature publications and your magazines are sooooo cute!
    I really like the laptop too!
    Kind regards, Brian.

    1. Thank you so much Brian for your lovely comments. Yes some times we take little things for granted which actually make more detail to the whole thing. I am glad that you liked it.