It’s Tuesday and it’s time for TINY!
I had no idea how popular Tiny Tuesday would be when I first started it! It is easily my most popular post of the week. I will do my best to keep up to an every other week schedule for it! With that said, I decided to google “Tiny Tuesday” to see if anyone was doing something similar. There have been a couple of other blogs that had a tiny theme, but they have all been dormant for a few years. I’ll share some of the things I found! Turns out, lots of folks like silly tiny cute things, just like us! ❤
QUOTE ABOUT TINY!
Oh Trader Joe’s, you are so funny. I saw this while loitering in the beer and wine aisle waiting on the time to get to noon this past Sunday. Oh silly North Carolina and their liquor laws. FUN FACT: I have a pal who is a Trader Joe’s sign painter! How fun is that?! HI COOKIE 🙂 <— sign painting friend.
Lorraine Loots has mind boggling talent. I love her tiny illustrations which she does every. single. day. A TINY PAINTING EVERY DAY! Dedication to do multi year 365 projects is as mind boggling to me as tiny paintings!
TINY GUMMi PIZZA!!!
Unfortunately I do not eat gummies (dang ol gelatin 😦 )so instead I buy the really cute ones for my friends. I couldn’t resist these little pizzas a few weeks back when I was at the Mast General store in AVL. These should be fun for a doll dinner party, don’t you agree? Each one is made up of five tiny slices!
MOARRRR TINY SOAP!!
I’m so smitten with Nunu’s House miniatures. There is something about soap for already clean things (that also don’t really get dirty) that tickles me. Check out the website for so many drool worthy teeny items where most everything is in another language so I have no idea what anything says. But who cares because CUTE & TINY!
TINY DOLL HOUSE
I cannot even deal with how cute and tiny these matchbox scenes are. I want to have one of these to carry in every pocketbook I have. Check out the Suitcase Dollhouse–it’s full of all sorts of little scenes on boxes! The creator of these houses is Marisa David and she is my latest etsy crush! Swoon!
TINY QUILT SQUARES!
Y’all. This quiltlady is amazing. You have just got to check out her quilting blog, So Scrappy. She worked on this quilt tiny square by tiny square as part of a tiny block challenge. I found her when I googled “tiny Tuesday”. She called the days she posted about these squares Tiny Tuesday or Midget Monday. It goes to show it is good to google your topic–you might find like-minded individuals out there! I call myself a quilter, but I have never attempted anything quite so intricate. What an inspiration! I’m stoked to have another new blog to look forward to reading on the regular! ❤
Because Nerds are the tiniest best candy around. I LOVED these so much as a kid. When we lived at the Cane Creek Campground I would go to the bait shop and buy a two flavor box of Nerds for fifty cents. Of course I got the kind with the pink and purple flavors–I was a girly girl who loved to fish! I loved to hold them in my mouth until the sour shell melted off and then I’d crunch the little sugary pieces left over. These are the first ones I’d had in probably 15 years! I am so not allowed any more–they are just too tasty.
TINY ERASER FOOD!!!
Iwako never fails to disappoint! How adorable are these snow cones erasers!?! I especially love the green one! I think it has azuki beans on the top like traditional Hawaiian shaved ice. FUN FACT: I used to maintain a Tumblr that was dedicated to various types of snow cones from around the world. I haven’t updated it in years but you can go through the archive and drool over the icy goodness anyway!
TINY BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS!
Gregg’s Miniatures makes all sorts of wonderful tinies for doll houses. From reproduction newspapers and postcards to circuit board pewter cups, this artist tries all sorts of techniques and totally nails them. You’ve got to go look at the log cabin WITH LIGHTS. I want to live in that rad little cabin!
TINY GLASS BIRDS!
Check out this birdie broach from May Cottage Prints. This UK shop specializes in vintage fashion from the 1920s through the 1980s. I pretty much want every thing that is listed. The bird pin is at the top of my wishlist though! Tiny and cute and colorful! My favorite kinds of tiny!
Have you seen any tiny stuff that I should know about?
If so, TELL MEEEEEEE ❤
See you back next time for more TINY fun on Tuesday!