New for your (mini) reading pleasure...

Been busy at work on new miniatures this week, and first up I've got three new books sets for you! You can fill up the shelves of your dollhouse with these beautiful volumes of Agatha Christie's "Miss Marple" detective stories and Herman Melville's novels.

For the nursery, one of my very favorite childhood collections: Andrew Lang's Coloured Fairy Books. I designed these covers to look like leatherbound volumes, each in the appropriate color. Cover illustrations are by beloved artists of the era such as Henry J. Ford, one of the original illustrators of the Fairy Books.
These new sets are already listed on my website, and I'll soon be adding them to my Etsy store.

There's new Nautical minis and a slew of Christmas stuff on the way, just as soon as I get the photos done!

2 comments:

Janice said...

Oh my god! These fairy tale books were my absolute favourites when I was about seven years old. I used to get them out of the public library but could never find them for my own children.
These are a must for my toy shop and went straight to your web site tonight to order the set.
Thank you for bringing back such lovely memories.

TreeFeathers said...

Glad you like them, Janice. I still like to read Lang's fairy tales sometime, some things you just never outgrow! Thanks for your order, I hope you like the mini versions. :)

- Grace

 

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