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Miniature art framed with pinewood- mini painting


This is a miniature art framed with real pinewood that can decorate your dollhouse projects or your architectural models. If you know a passionate collector of miniatures you can make him or her a gift with one tiny framed art from an independent artist.

1/12th scale.

Size: 2.3'' x 3''- 7 x 9 cm.

Thickness: 0.2'' which is 0.5 cm.

 I have used a small print from the file of my original drawing to handcraft this mini artwork. I used miniature lumber pinewood boards to frame it and as a base of the mini, I have used very thick and strong crafting cardboard. I use eco-friendly glue for the crafting process.

The name of the original drawing from which I have made the tiny print is "Gather Inn". I drew the original drawing back in 2013.

'Gather Inn' is one of the very rare inns across the mountain Legeridge, where only magicians can abide. Usually, no one is living constantly in the inn, but when some magicians desire to have a meeting they just go to one such inn and say a spell to open the energies of the house and to open the very door to the pub on the first floor.
On the second floor, there is a meeting room with some library shelves, tables and chairs and also lots of magical objects. On the roof part 9third floor) of this inn, there are two cozy rooms for the spellers where they take their time for sleep after a long drinking night in the pub or after an urgent magician meeting on the library floor.

I have signed and dated the mini framed art on its back. I have written my name and the name of the drawing also.

The shipping packaging is made with the extra protection of bubble postal envelopes, reclaimed soft materials, and card boxes. We reclaim packaging materials from technology products unboxed from different local shops.

We will donate a sum from your purchase to plant one tree with the Bulgarian Foundation 77. We will leave a monthly report for the donated money of a given Month in our blog section on the website.

Thank you for visiting our handmade shop!

Hristo Hvoynev