I found this on a blog today. I lost track of which one. I was linking to them for Scoop.it.
My own litle people came in the mail this week. I was disappointed because one already has a broken arm, before it has even come out of the packaging. The eBay seller must have shipped it to me this way. Another of the little people faces backwards and I’m hoping there isn’t another broken arm, just held in place by the plastic package. They come in a pack of six, not great if one third are broken.
Those dratted Bratz girls are always getting into trouble. They wanted to see if they could glow in the dark.
Life in Miniature has a post about an urban artist who sets up small toys and makes it appear as if they are living in the full sized real world. I have seen the artist’s site before but had forgotten the link. It really is fun to look at the photos.
Anyway, the challenge is to diy (do it yourself). Can you find some little dolls, toy soldiers, or some tiny human or animal figurine and pose them in the much bigger world around them?
Took this photo at my computer at work. Didn’t get a really good one. I was sure someone would notice the flash going off.
There they go again. Stealing my coffee.
Last day at the Toronto Beaches apartment. They waved good bye from the stairs.
I’m sure my Mother just didn’t see them standing there. I didn’t take any more good bye pictures after that.
They tried to make me believe it was a man eating plant. I reminded them they aren’t men and just ignored all those phoney screams and calls for help.
Who knew two small grrls could be such phone hogs. My sister ended up kicking them out of her home office.