Sunday, 31 July 2016

DHMS Magazine Featured My Miniature World Blog

Hello everyone,

Hope you are all well and enjoying your weekend. Here in Malta it is extremely hot and sunny.  The sea is just beautiful and in the evening it gets cool and perfect to stroll in our village. I live seconds away from the sea and I wouldn't want it any different.

For the month of August the Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine featured My Miniature World Blog. I was asked by the Editor Karl Golder if My Blog could be featured in the magazine.



Well you all know what my blog is all about; the love for the dolls house hobby that grew and grew. Through it I have learnt so many techniques and history, got to meet so many new people, made a lot of great friends and best of all I've learnt to appreciate what I  can do. Yes finally I started believing in myself and that no hurdle will stop me. I believe that there is always a way, that a problem can be solved no matter how big and that I will keep on striving till I reach my goal. At least I can say it always worked for me in My Miniature World.

Here is My Blog feature on the Dolls House and Miniature Scene on August's Issue.


 In November My Miniature World Blog will be celebrating five years since it's first post. My, my time does go by. I have to say I love it. Not just for the sake of having a blog but it is a way of keeping record of everything I did, every step I did of each project and even better I can keep count of how old my projects are. Even though I have to admit that some of my first projects are much older than the blog. Let's face it I wouldn't have built over twenty dolls houses in just five years. This year I also celebrated 20 years since I started dolls housing.

It is great to know that through my blog I got to meet so many people and if it wasn't for you I don't think I would have one at all. I remember one of my dolls house friends pushing me to document my work on a blog. I remember myself telling her that I didn't have what it takes. She brushed me off and didn't stop nagging until I have started it. Five years later here I am today. She was very right indeed, so I thank you my dearest Erin for believing in me.    

I still try my best to manage once a week to drop a line of what I have been up to with a project that I have been working on or something that was worth sharing. 

We have joined other social platforms too that have provided to be useful and now I have been asked to join Instagram. Still not sure all about it.

I also wanted to remind you that every year in December I make an online Advent Calendar for all. Every day from the beginning of December till Christmas eve I share a miniature tutorial that I found useful or a miniature print. I have done it for the past two years and this year won't be any different. 

Regent Street will still continue with it's story line and with new buildings. I will be starting a new project which will be part of Regent Street as soon as I get the new premises all set and done so make sure to keep an eye out. 

I am updating My Miniature World Books list in the next few days. Now we  have fifty books and many more are to come. With all the miniature readable books that I have been making, it is time to think of making a Miniature Library dolls house project.

I also can't forget My Miniature World Shop at etsy that has been very fruitful in the last few years. 

The DHMS team have featured some nice pictures of my projects with the blog which you can see below but their favorite was Kate's Cottage and for some reason I am not surprised.

The Sewing Room in Miss Leah's Boutique

My hand made tea party in Miss Leah's home

The living area in Kate's Cottage

The 1930's Kitchen in Tudor Manor
So this is all for today. We will be having a new update on the Summer House Sea Shells very soon, so keep tuned.

Take Care and see you soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxxx


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    1. Thank you so much Sandra I really appreciate it. xxxx

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  2. Barbara Lindsay1 August 2016 at 12:42

    Congratulations from me too. I'm really pleased that you are getting this well deserved recognition.

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    1. Thank you so much Barbara for your kind words and for your constant support. It means so much to me xxx

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  3. Well done on this great achievement!

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    1. Thank you so much Mary greatly appreciated xxx

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