❤ Tiny Tuesday time again! ❤
A QUOTE ABOUT TINY!
TINY ERASER FOOD!
So I seriously learn something hilarious and new every time I write a dang blog post. Most recently I discovered there is an online Eraser Museum! I only wish it was a brick and mortar museum because me and the doll club would be there like RIGHT NOW. Also, I never thought about where vending machine people got their tiny toys…this is one of the places it happens. I’m stoked to find more places to find tiny stuff, OF COURSE.
TINY TEA SETS! TINY COPPER KETTLE! TINY COCKTAILS! TINY DISH SOAP!
You can use the tiny soap by Spanish miniaturist, LugArt Petit, to “wash” your darling tea set, like this one owned by Made by White, and the Tom Collins made by SandSSweetMinis. Where can I find tiny copper polish for the kettle set from The Heirloom Shoppe? The tiny dish soaps…they’re killing me.
Gudetama is my latest weird kawaii crush. Why is the lazy egg so amusing?! I had no idea until today that there is a Sanrio Wiki and that is where I learned all about who Gudetama is and where he came from. TINY GRUMPY EGG!!!!!
REAL LIFE TINY! (jelly packets)
Actually, my most favorite tiny jelly packets come from Cracker Barrel, and I always take the extras like a good grandma. Alas, it has been too long since I’ve been to one and I have none on hand to take pictures of!
TINY IN ASHEVILLE!
Over the weekend I had a super fun overnight adventure with Mr. Smith (until I got a mega cold 😦 ) We got to meet the Wranglerstars (our favorite youtubers) and I think I managed not to squee too hard in front of them. While we were in town I saw some super cute super tiny things worth telling you about!
These tiny toys came from Mast General Store which is sort of a tourist trap, but I am such a sucker for their old time-y toys and candy. They also sell Blenheim’s Gingerale which I love so much that I could (and should) write an entire post about. Anyway, these tiny toys are so fun! There were also teeny army men, yoyos, sock monkeys, and Fisher-Price telephone and stacker toys. I was so excited over them that the pictures I took came out too shaky to use. Dang it!
At Malaprop’s Bookstore I found these insanely adorable tiny clothes pins. How awesome would these be for doll stuff?! Malaprops’s is old-school Asheville at its best, and I love them for hundred reasons but I gotta tell you that their tchotchkes send me over the edge. Not pictured here are their hundreds of Moleskine notebooks and Micron ink pens in the rainbow of colors.
Legos seem like sort of cop out as far as tiny things go, because OF COURSE Legos are tiny. HOWEVER, when you see this dang many tiny things together all at once I think it becomes a special occasion. Especially when the collection is FOR SALE at a flea market! Just one more reason to love Smiley’s!
Stay tuned for next time because I’ll be back right here…keeping it TINY!