the mini's from this scene are all once made by me and oldtime-followers might recognize. Except for that laundrybasket (I'm pretty sure it's an EuroMini, please correct me if I'm wrong) and the knitted socks. Those are from the very talented Annelies de Kort. I've had them for years, finally a scene I could use them in. I think they're so adorable and perfect! I have no clue how she does it..
while waiting for the cardigan to arrive - it had to come from New Zealand - I designed and made the little shoppingbag, using the template from my Oldtique Store bags. I think such a beautiful piece of clothing deserves a nice bag, don't you think? Since Linden Rose Miniatures doesn't have a logo or anything, I made the style and design up myself that I thought fitting for it.
I also wanted to finish the cardigan with a label to add something extra to this stunning piece. And a label from a piece of string to go with that, just to complete it and make it more fun.
|you can't read it on the photo, but on the back of the bag it says 'Linden Rose Originals Auckland'|
the background is a print I downloaded from Textures. A great website with an extensive database of all kinds of - you guessed it - textures! But also images of signs and nature stuff for example.