Today was the grand opening of
the Miniature exhipiton 'Elämää pienoiskoossa', 'Miniature life'.
Well, with bit of a bitter mind I tell you I wasn't able to visit the show today.
I'm sure that everyone else were there. But not me!
Okay, I will soon make a new trip to Tampere and
then I'll see all the beautiful houses, apartments and the complete show.
This Saturday my sister and I drove to Tampere
because I had to take Edith's studio to the showroom.
The show wasn't all ready by the time we were there.
But we already realized that this exhibition will be
a huge success.
Edith's living room is now set in it's place.
Can you find it?
Edith's kitchen at the down left.
And the loo.
"In the exhibition there are three block of flats.
There are 30 apartments, stores etc..
Each space has been made by a different miniaturist.
The house's imaginary building year is set in the 1920s,
thus you can see different eras and decoration styles in there."
There's also 35 individual houses with yards.
I'll tell you more about these houses after my next visit to the show.
I can't wait to see the finished street!
Many people with a great miniature passion are needed
to create this kind of big exhibition.
I had an easy part. I was only responsible for Edith's studio.
I can feel in my heart and bones
how hard the volunteers were working
for days, weeks and even months on this project.
Now, I think it's their time to have a nice rest and enjoy the results.
After I left Edith's studio in the showroom
I went for the afternoon coffee with my sister.
Oh, so relaxing!
HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEK!