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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Famous Folly!

The Oriental Folly has hit the big time!  When I went to the DHE forum this morning to see what was going on I noticed a new entry in the "What's Happening" section entitled "Turning a Retreat into a Folly".  Retreat?  Folly?  That all sounded  kind of familiar so I followed the link through to DHE's blog and was chuffed to bits to discover that the folks at DHE liked my Oriental Folly so much they wrote an entire blog entry about it!  What an honour!  You can read what they had to say on their blog by clicking this link.

Later I went to the Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine's website to renew my subscription and saw the link to their online readers gallery.  I figured "why not?" and sent them a few photos of the Folly to add.  If they like them you'll soon be able to see the Folly there too.


  1. I saw that entry too! Congratulations - it's well deserved. The Folly is such an imaginative property, you should be very pleased with yourself.

  2. Well done! Great to see Aussie miniaturists featured OS!

  3. Thanks Irene and Jazzi. Welcome to the blog Jazzi and thanks for following. By the way, what does "OS" mean? Overseas?