November 25, 2015

video: one time handcream in 99 seconds

do you like video's of working miniatures? I have one for you of the handcreamtube I once made (here's the original post). The reason I called it 'one-time-handcream' was because when you would use it on your big humanhands, the amount in the tube would just be enough for one time only :).

although it's nothing spectacular (or new in regard to the miniature, already 3 years old), I think it's fun. I hope you like it too. Enjoy!



 
the one I made some time later and is better/neater with a smaller cap (read: more to scale)

26 comments:

  1. Hay Monique ik dacht whow en toen zag ik dat er ook nog creme in het mini tube zat helemaal te gek 😄😄

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  2. WOW! That is just fantastic. :-) You never cease to amaze me with your talent.

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  3. For some reason I can not see your last posts. Everytime I get a message that the post can not be found. Pity since I like to read your blog. Greetings

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    1. I'm so sorry, that's because those weren't actually new posts (yet). Blogger somehow published multiple of my concept-posts when I published the 'one time handcream in 99 seconds'. Those concepts are not ready or often not even started as I use concepts also just for ideas for future projects! I hope you still enjoy the little video of this post!

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  4. Nog steeds superleuk! En zó jij.... een tube alleen is niet genoeg, het moet écht zijn. maar dan piepklein.
    een groot plezier om naar te kijken.
    Hugs,
    Gee

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    1. Dank je wel Gee, dat vind ik echt leuk om te lezen! :D

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    1. Thank you Linda! It was just of the first attempt, but I was already so proud of it. Especially that I got it to work without the cream getting out of the seams instead of the opening, haha

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  6. This really is fabulously small! Thanks for sharing. I loved the video.
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Thank you Drora, that is a wonderful compliment!

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  7. I LOVE working miniatures but I would never squeeze your hand cream. So sad the tube is empty =0(

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    1. Haha, that's sweet of you to say! I wouldn't normally either, but this was the first and not that good and it was therefore less painful to use for this little video. I do have the tube still, I just rolled up the end and I can use it someday as an empty or almost empty one (in the trash or on a dresser or something). So it's not lost :D

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  8. Oh, Monique, you are Amazing!!! It is unbelievably small and it works!!! I Love your video and maybe... MAYBE someday I will have the patience to try to figure out how to make one for myself!! I am Always Enchanted by your awesome creations!!! Thank you So much for sharing all your talents! :)

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    1. Thank you so much Betsy for your kind and flattering words! Yes it does work! Oh you should someday, it's much fun! :D

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  9. I love it when miniatures really work! Wonderful!

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  10. Als een miniatuur echt werkt is het nog 10 x leuker/mooier. Je bent zo goed in het 'echt' maken van je miniaturen! Deze tube is briljant. Na dit filmpje zag ik een filmpje over working roman blinds...eveneens geweldig! Mooie beelden op dat filmpje ook.

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    1. dank je wel voor je complimenten Josje, dat vind ik super om te lezen!

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  11. I love working minis! This is amazing!
    Hannah

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