It's October and I've been thoroughly enjoying myself, making all sorts of Halloween goodies. While so much of the focus of Halloween (especially retail) is on skeletons and coffins and monster mashes, for some it's much more about the magic that takes place this time of year. Halloween isn't all doom and gloom. For some of us it's a joy! And so, here is the 'Good Witch's Tea Party', a sweet, not-at-all-grim celebration!
I've used the Round Table and Chairs and very simply painted them white. Narrow Gold Fleur Dresden Borders* have been added as a simple accent and these Victorian Drop or Handle - Raw Brass pieces fit just so as a decorative element on the back of the chairs.
Then it's just a matter of adding tiny bits and pieces! I've added things a good witch would like for her tea party. There's a little crystal ball, a cup with tea leaves, cakes and jam... all sorts! If witchery isn't your jive, create your own theme and add elements that complement or reflect that.
Although it's very simple to assemble the Round Table and Chairs I do have a very quick video of it's construction.
If you're interested in going even tinier (crazy, I know!) Gypsy Soul has an itty bitty 1:24 scale version of the round table and chairs too.
But here's the supply round up for this particular version:
1:12 Scale Round Table and Chairs
Narrow Gold Fleur Dresden Borders* Victorian Drop or Handle - Raw Brass
Some of the miniature accessories include:
Pewter Dollhouse Dishes
Mini Resin Honey Jars
Mini Silicone Cake Mold Set
and loads of other miniature accessories available HERE
Squeeeeeeee. This just precious. The cakes and goodies make me smile but the tea cup with leaves and all the other magickal bits just make me giggle with glee. You are so clever dear girl. xoxo Oma LindaReplyDelete
This is wonderful!ReplyDelete
yum, a festive staging; I really likeReplyDelete
another delightful vignette that I want to shrink down and become a part of! everything is charming and enchanting - but most of all, I'm totally intrigued by that miniscule grapevine pentacle! that must have been a monster to make, you crazy lady, you! LOLReplyDelete
I hope loads and loads of people see this - it's so deserving!
I just LOVE that setting!! What a great size too!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing...
Brilliant! One of my favorite projects for the season. I have a miniature business that started out with making fruit, veggies and all kind of bakery items. Then I moved onto Russian Punchpoint carpets and I miss it so much. 1:24 is so hard on the eyes. Everything you created for your Witchy Tea for Two is perfect. I love your Pentagram wreath...did you make it or purchase it? I have a huge one over my altar and just decorated it for Samhain. Fantastic job!ReplyDelete
How absolutely precious! I love your work and tutorials...Great tips for all of us wanna be's out here. LOL! Can't wait till your next post! BTW I did make the fairy jars from your tutorial and gave them as gifts. I could hardly get them finished as my friends converged and gathered them up. Thank you for your talent and inspiration! LOVE IT!ReplyDelete