Miniature shelves: a sample on the left, and a finished product on the right
Tourists are allowed to do a craft here for free (they check your boarding pass). I looked at my watch--forty minutes to boarding time--just enough to make one of these precious little things.
G would love this for her dollhouse.
This is what we were making-- a t'akcha
Over at the other table, they were making stamping designs with a stencil on wet paper. I didn't have enough time to do this though. The art assistants told me that they change crafts every quarter.
This fan which we used to dry our newly-painted little shelves was a previous project. They also had a shelf of other things they did before. I was just lucky that they were doing little furniture this time--perfect for G's collection of miniature furniture. I would've also been interested to paint a fan, or knot some rings, but creating this little Korean miniature "antique" was exciting for me.
I think G and C would love to do this. Then G's dollhouse will have three of them--and then we can have a dollhouse yard sale!