12th scale miniatures by Glenda Howell
maravilloso, simplemente perfecto, que maravilla, besos.
They are really nice Glenda! Very pretty.Have you seen the miniture tree kits that start with a green brush tree? Then you stick in that ever green stuff that (was live) that looks exactly like miniature pine. I have been looking for one of those kits but I can't find them any more. If I could think of the name of the plant material I could buy a 6 inch brush tree and make one. They are as real looking as it gets.
You must have magic hands, otherwise you couldn't be able to do this... ;O) Absolutely amazing.GreetingsBirgit
They're amazing Glenda, really creative, I'd never be able to think to do that with paper and beads! I specially love the little star.Catherine, I bought a railway model tree and stuck that green stuff in it, it's called Lycopodium and you can get it on ebay.
Pretty delicate ornaments! Love them! Beautiful work Glenda:D
Simple, but beautiful! (Well, the idea is simple, but I think it's quite difficult to make)Marit
Great ornaments, very tiny!!-Kim :)
how very pretty :o)
Beautiful little ornaments Glenda. xxx
Great quilling skills, they are so cute Glenda.
Beautiful ornaments Glenda.Victoria :)
So pretty! Merry Christmas!
Preciosos y perfectos para la epoca
So delicate and pretty!Cia
Oh WOW Glenda!! They're so tiny and so beautiful!! I can't imagine how you can handle such small strips of paper like that - I'd have a frickin' FIT!
Beautiful , beautiful, beautiful ......and clever!Neomi
These are just precious! I love the way you incorporated beads!
Very beautiful Glenda.gr.Heleni
C'est vraiment superbe! J'aime beaucoup!
From the simplest materials created the most precious treasures, when in between is the skill :-)Mini hugs, Flora
They look so cute!
Beautiful! Great idea!
Son preciosos Glenda, me encantan.besitos ascension
They are so perfect and pretty! What a great idea Glenda :)
Good grief these are so tiny!! And so cute :)
Ooh, there good!
sooo tiny and beautiful!
These are perfect ornaments! They look just like the ones that we made in school as children. They will add a special handmade touch to any tree.
Sehr hübsch... eine tolle Idee.Liebe Grüße PuNo/Monika
OMG! Glenda, I met this craft lady in Sri Lanka (her name is Monika ) and she used paper twirling to make Christmas card. I must send you the one she did for her Christmas tree :):). It's just like yours here :) except you must really have tiny elves helping you with these! They are TOOOOOOOOO cute! :):):)
Catherine: the Live or dried plant material is Lycopedia.