Sunday, April 25, 2010

Record Time!





At the show in Arnhem, Sylvia from Lutjeboudel
sold these fabulous workshops of market stalls. I
regret that I did not bought one!


Friday I emailed Sylvia, and told her that I just
had to have one. As a lovely lady she is, she
immediatly sent me the workshop and the next day
at Saturday I received it.

Well, now it Sunday and I finished it already!
It is a record time I think!



















37 comments:

  1. I love your little antique stall Sabiha and record time indeed! wish I could get my projects done in such speedy time! Can see why you HAD to have the stall, its wonderful .Kate xxx

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  2. Lovely detail as well! Very pretty.

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  3. Hi Kate, did you see the wooden buckets hanging on the market stall? These are some of your minies! I also used one of the baskets!
    Thank you so much!
    The reason I worked so fast is, that I do not know when I will have some time to work on my minies but what I do know is that your mirror is the center piece of my next project!

    sabihax

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  4. Thank you Lize!
    I did my best,haha!

    sabihax

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  5. Sabihax,

    it a wonderful marketstall, i love it the way you made it.

    Greeting Natascha

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  6. Que trabajadora eres y que rapida!!!!
    Te ha quedado precioso, lleno de detalles geniales!!!
    besitos ascension

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  7. Dear Sabiha
    Its wonderful work. I love all the small things, the napkins, the letters - everything. Would like to visit that stall ;-)
    Love, Susanne

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  8. So fast!!! It is a pretty work. The stand is gorgeous and you fill it perfectly!

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  9. So viele kleine Schätze !
    A very nice project.
    Love it.

    So long, Nina

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  10. This is great project! So many cool details.

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  11. Very beautiful details. The color is beautiful. You see that you were inspired.
    A hug, Flora

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  12. Sab, it's really lovely. Rosanna

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  13. It seems really a stand of brocantage of the market that on second Sundays of the month do in my country.
    Very beautiful, realistic and vintage...in so little time.
    Hugs
    Sonya

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  14. So, so pretty :) You've done wonderful job :) Can I ask you, have you bought the "stone" acorn finials? I've been looking for them in mini size but haven't found any - I have to have some in my mini houses as I collect them in 1:1 :)

    Ira

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  15. Meid wat gaaf!!! en zo snel!!!, heb je wel lekker van de zon genoten vandaag???

    Ik zie het binnenkort wel in het echt...kan bijna niet wachten!

    Lieve groetjes, Karin.

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  16. dear Sabiha , wow , that is looking great , you guys are so clever overthere in holland , maybe I should come back , haha
    zijn jullie al excited voor de football , Nederland gaat well winnen hey , wij gaan het hier ook volgen , samen met some Nederlanders , so much fun

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  17. Love it! It is just the type of market stall that I could spend hours looking over in real life.

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  18. You did a fabulous job with it. I love it.

    Cia

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  19. It's wonderful. I love all the details on the stall.
    Geneviève

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  20. What an amazing flea market stall! I love it!

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  21. It looks fantastic Sabiha!
    I love it! It must have felt good to have some time to make minis!
    Mercedes

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  22. Hi,

    I meant those two finials that are between the bowl and hat behind the letters, the 2 gray things :) I just love them :)

    Ira

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  23. Hi Merry,

    One of them I have made my self with klay and the other is from metal and I painted it in a stone look! The metal one was the knob of a lid, from some kind of jar! I have two more, but these I will use for my greenhouse.

    I hope I gave you some ideas to find some?

    sabihax

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  24. Olá Sabiha!
    Que maravilha!!
    A disposição dos objetos estão demais... perfeitos, tudo no seu devido lugar. Parabéns !!
    Grande abraço

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  25. Thanks, I'll have to try to make some from clay and look for knobs :)

    Ira

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  26. I love this Sabia and thank you for the card it arrived safely xxxxx

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  27. Hoi Sabiha.

    Dat marktkraampje heb ik ook van Sylvia, maar ik moet het nog inrichten, wat heb jij er iets moois van gemaakt zeg!

    Groetjes Jody.

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  28. Een erg leuk en sfeervol geheel...echt zo'n Frans "rommelmarktje" waar je uren kunt rondkijken!!
    ik hoop dat ikzelf binnenkort ook eens tijd vindt om aan o.a. de kinderwagen van Sylvia te beginnen.
    Groetjes,
    Jeffry.

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  29. Oh wat heb je hard gewerkt! Ontzettend leuk, echt een Sabiha sfeertje. Weet je wat ik nou een geweldig leuk detail vind, dat rijtje klinkertjes langs het muurtje. En dan nog zo'n hoopje klinkertjes aan de voet van de klimplant...
    Ik kijk uit naar de postbode! ;)

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  30. Wonderful Sabiha.....so many tiny details. I love it.

    Can't believe how quickly you put it all together.

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  31. This is so fantastic, excellent!!

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  32. I want to grab my purse, call Christel and run over to your antique stall now!!!! It is fabulous Sabiha!!! So many wonderful details, and such a great idea. I would be like a child in a candy store :D
    Synnøve x

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  33. ¡Hola Sabiha!!!
    Bueno tú trabajo es ¡increible!!! me dejas con la boca abierta admirando cada detalle, buen gusto y como juegas con todos los materiales y logras cosas maravillosas ¡mil felicidades!!
    Me encantaría te puedas dar una vuelta a mí blog que abri ayer http://florff.blogspot.com/
    Aun me falta mucho , pero me haria muy feliz verte por ahí.

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  34. Oh, it's so beautiful! Congratulations on finishing it so quickly!

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