OddMod

OddMod

Posted on 05/12/2014


Photo taken on May 12, 2014


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Doll Dioramas in 1:6 Scale

Some sewing plans perhaps?

Some sewing plans perhaps? 

Euro Auntie is browsing through "Every Home's Great Sewing Book" ( Finnish edition)

Cessendra22, Italia203, City Circlez, Connie and 5 other people have particularly liked this photo


17 comments - The latest ones
Flava Sweet
Flava Sweet
Love your pictures! Always so detailed! Always love seeing Auntie too!
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to Flava Sweet
Thanks Lissa! I TRULY hope to have more dollytime soon. I'm SO looking forward for a summer vacation, which starts in two weeks!
4 years ago.
Beth
Beth
Purely delightful!
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to Beth
Thank you, I'm glad to hear you like it!
4 years ago.
RomitaGirl67
RomitaGirl67
Beautiful photo as always OM!
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to RomitaGirl67
Thank you so much, Ingrid!
4 years ago.
Nylonbleu
Nylonbleu
Oh, dear Auntie, always the most lovely grey haired lady ! A very beautiful picture ! The beginning of a new story ?
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to Nylonbleu
I wish so Isabelle, but unfortunately not. But at some point there's a new story coming out, I can promise that! It's already in my head, and as soon as my summer vacation starts, I'll concentrate more to dolls which means the Retirees :-)
4 years ago.
k.e.s_kloset
k.e.s_kloset
Yes, so pretty Om and the colors are really nice. The writing is really cool looking. I don't see that often. :)
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to k.e.s_kloset
Thank you, Karen! This picture has all my favourite colours in it ( except warm yellow): different tones of orange, green and brown. That book is a miniature I made from my big one, it's an old sewing manual, probably from 80's?
4 years ago.
k.e.s_kloset has replied to OddMod
That's so cool! What a great idea to use your own book. I would like to make a book some time. What kind of paper do you use?
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to k.e.s_kloset
At first I take a photo of the book ( usually it actually needs to take two photos: one of front cover& one from back cover). Then I move photos to Word- program and re- size them there to 6th scale ( and also put covers next to each other). Then I print them to a cardboard ( the thickest one that our printer can handle) and after that I glue a piece of any old book or catalogue pages in there ( old telephone catalogues are great). I hope you understood, I'm not sure if I found the right words to describe? Let me know if I can help you more!
4 years ago.
k.e.s_kloset has replied to OddMod
Thanks so much for the instructions Riikka. I think I understand, but by "cardboard" do you mean "card stock" maybe? Cardboard here is pretty thick and wouldn't fit in a printer. It sounds like fun.
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to k.e.s_kloset
I'm not sure what's exact word, but you should use the thickest paper that your printer is willing to swallow.
4 years ago.
k.e.s_kloset has replied to OddMod
lol... got it!! :)
4 years ago.
Connie
Connie
So cozy, perfect & full of life & emotion!!!!
4 years ago.
OddMod has replied to Connie
Thank you Connie!
4 years ago.