Aug 9, 2012

Making scones

August is the month of experiments. I have a lot of new plans in my mind and in my idea book. Now I try to make them one by one. This time I show you a preparation board and a bread box.
I love this blue floral ornament style named gzhel. It originates from Russia and they use it for ceramics. I used this blue design for the flour box and the rolling pin.
The bread box was my first try to make my own miniature hinges. I'm just whispering these are not the results of my fist attempt (and not the second...). At last I find the right materials and the right dimensions. Now I can make furniture not only with working drawers but working doors, too. As I imagine!















15 comments:

Maria Ireland said...

Wow your preparation board is fantastic. It looks so real. Your bread box is beautiful. I love the bread.
Hugs Maria

About Me... said...

The prep board is Amazing, I love the detail on the flower and roller. Great Job, The bread box is super cute too.

Jenn

Patrizia said...

Un lavoro meraviglioso!
Complimenti.
Vacui
Patty

Robin said...

Fabulous!

Gosia Suchodolska said...

I love the rolling pin. So original. And of course the bread bis's fantastic. So is the bread itself.

Alexandra said...

Your kneading board looks so enchanting, it all fits together.
And the bread in the bread box .... what can I say .. really amazing.

LG Alexandra

Bözse said...

Thanks a lot!

Drora's minimundo said...

Great work! I love the rolling pin and flour box. The preparation table is fantastic. Bravo for overcoming the hinge problem. I know how very difficult it is.
Hugs, Drora

rosanna said...

Bozse, you are truly an artist. Everything is beyond words. Rosanna

Eliana said...

This is amazing! Beautiful work!

mcddiss said...

un trabajo muy bien hecho , felicidades

besitos

Mari

Gemma said...

Todo estupendo, y el pan y la caja del pan, me encantan.
Un beso

Daniela - L' Atelier di Daniela said...

Stupendo, una meraviglia!

Miniaturas y vintage said...

It's perfect, very very perfect!!!!
I love it.

Diane said...

Your mini work is extraordinary!