Handmade, 1:12 scale miniature food and oddities from IGMA Fellow, Kiva Atkinson
By far the best pumpkins I've ever seen!Jeannette
Superb realizations, bravo for your works!
Quer fantastico trabajo.Me encanta la imaginacion que tienes y lo bien que lo llevas a la practica, enhorabuena!!!besitos ascension
We're on the same page again! lol I made some squash when I was making jack-o-lanterns and I'm planning on making a few more.
Terrific as ever - but I don't want to know what that potion will be for.. lol.GreetingsBirgit
Gosh, what a fantastic work!!Hugs,Karin
I am gushing over the squashes . Agree with Jeanette here that they are the BEST! Kiva, when I was in Sri Lanka , I saw these orange coconuts the Lankans call King Coconuts. The husks are hairless and smooth like baby bottoms. They are very pretty and kind of reminded me of you. Because you make such great coconuts, NOT because you look like them, silly! :):):) I also had the best jackfruit curry . Now checking to see if Singapore has Sri Lankan restaurants :).
They are both perfect!
Beautiful squashes...they look very real! Bit I love the potion making board..I know a few withches who would love to have it :-)
Both works are fantastic! The potion board reminds me of the herbal medicine shops in China. A peculiar smell emanated from the dried plants and things... you've captured the feeling perfectly!
Superb work in both of these, Kiva!!
Love the potion making board! Great work!:)
Thanks guys!!!! Yep, pumpkins and squash...VERY addictive. This is the first time I've made a potion making board and that was fun too!! I had a mini cauldron and mortar and pestle in my stash, so the wheels started turning.
Carol, we have those shops here in Hawaii, in Chinatown!!! They are fascinating, aren't they?? I always want to know what everything is, because I want to buy magic elixirs ;-)!Hey Eva!! That greenhouse of yours is just stunning!!!