Tuesday, November 3, 2009

my introduction

There's a challenge at OpenSky to create a quick introduction for others involved in the project. I thought you might like to see too.

That bump bump bump you hear in the middle is Alfredo running through the house to find me. When he did, he stood there listening quietly and at the end said "Who are you talking to, Amy?"


Jo said...

Oh Amy, they are darling! It's so nice to see them in video - it's almost like seeing them in real life!
You look great too!
May I ask what you used for the grass? I'm about to do my dollhouse garden, and I don't like the fake grass sheets the dollhouse shops sell.
PS Love the footsteps!

Sonya --Dime Store Thrift said...

It is all so perfect, from the music to your lovely calming voice to the photos...even Alfredo's little feet thumping! Thanks for sharing,

Robin said...

It's wonderful Amy! I love the music you used, and the backdrop of your studio is beautiful. I'm glad you shared with us what the STOMP STOMP STOMP was...so cute! Good luck on this new journey Amy!

Maryann said...


Anonymous said...

Love it, too. Little Alfredo saying that was the cherry on top!

Jill said...

Love it-- I loved the graphics and the music too! So charming!

Who's J.E. Dickerson? said...

I would like to live in one of your little worlds for a day! I'd wear a twirly pink dress and no shoes so I could feel that luscious green grass between my little plastic toes.

Amy M. said...

So sweet, Amy!
Sending good thoughts and prayers your way that your extended family will all be together in one place soon. (although I will miss your trips to california!)

Crafting by Candlelight

PS...I owe you something from the Art Exchange. It's coming soon!!!

Simply EC said...

This is so inspiring! You are amazing, Amy! I love your tiny worlds. They remind me of when I was little and went to see Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle in Chicago. I've been obsessed with tiny things ever since!

Unknown said...

Amy I love it! It is simply magical and I agree about your voice...very calming. How sweet that Alfredo waited until you were done. Such a special child...



Suz said...

So lovely! You did a wonderful job.
Does Alfredo still love animals?

miss lynn said...

you are adorable.
that's really
all there is to
just adorable.
hope to meet at
silver bella
next week!

Jean A. said...

Hi Amy, I've missed seeing you- but am keeping up with you and Alfredo daily through your posts. Praying that Virginia will work out for his dad. I stopped at The Cottage today for their open house... so beautiful. I posted pics. :) Your design for the open house card was fabulous! xo

Lexi said...

Amy was there a little ice skating figurine in there? And if so will it be available for sale through your online shop?? If it's not and you were thinking of creating one I'd be totally interested in buying it.....

rochambeau said...

Hi Amy,
It is a true pleasure to hear your nice voice and see what you have been working on!!!
These petite vignettes are little masterpieces!
Congratulations and thank you for sharing.

Hugs to you and Alfredo!

Sandy said...

I am up early and trying to stay quite. What better way is there to spend the time than to find wonderful blogs like yours? I just love your miniature worlds. I'll be back for more inspiration!

mind said...

your site is inspiring and I love it.
I,m a new blogger, and my first visit to your blog!

I got to know you, through Tara Frey, amazing book; Blogging for Bliss.

mary said...

Congrats on your first video - it's amazingly professional for someone who just started :) Keep them coming!

The Vintage Rabbit said...

So sweet always love popping in....thanks for sharing!!!

smiles, Joy~