Saturday, 19 July 2014

Workshops at the NZAME Miniatures Convention, October 2014

A tiny tin shop used for a workshop at Convention
At the NZAME Convention in Nelson this year at October's Labour Weekend, there is a wide selection of workshops you can choose to do. Ranging from ones taking 2 days to complete to ones taking 1/2 a day, there's lots to tempt us mini-makers!
  Here's a sampling to get you thinking of what you'd like to do!

  • 2 days -         1930s kitchen, and a gourmet shop doorway scene of Provence
  • 1 1/2 days -    European Christmas Market stall, and a setting using card, paint and foam to make food and furniture.
  • 1 day -           wooden country kitchen table, and tin houses and shops like the one in my photo to be furnished with 70 laser-cut pieces of furniture & accessories (very fiddly!), and a glitter Xmas village, and tea in the conservatory, and a woven oval basket.
  • 1/2 day -        hats, and a park bench, and several on polymer clay food, and a garden arch, and an inside/outside kitchen on a turntable, and kumihimo braids, and a street barrow, and using gold leafing, and dressing a bride doll, and making a cabinet with pots, and glass decanters on a revolving stand.
Workshops are allocated on a first come, first-served basis. Find out more on the NZAME website.

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