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Posted by on Jan 23, 2011 in Artist's Book, Blog | 12 comments

Birdhouse for Things that Have Gone Away.

Birdhouse for Things that Have Gone Away.

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Title: Birdhouse for Things that Have Gone Away.

Materials: Fabric, paper, ink, colored pencils, acrylic paint, ribbon


Box: 3 4/16” width  3″ height 1 2/16” depth

Actual little book: 2″ x 13/4” when closed

It comes with a tiny easel made out of cardboard to display the book

Translation of the text:

Everything that goes away stays in the memory.

Like little birds on branches.

One of a Kind (sold out)


  1. Holy smokes! This is amazing!!! I have been a lover of miniatures for as long as I can remember, and a lover of books too. I also am a fan of miniature books and have a little collection of my own. I am so excited to see that this is what your new blog is all about!

  2. Mind-blowing… Beautiful!

  3. flip. this is incredible.

  4. These are beautiful..I love anything miniature so please let me know if you make them again I would be interested in buying one.
    thanks so much,
    carol eldridge

  5. See how the sky was black during the day, see how long is the night, and at dawn.

  6. Plato said: the first was crying because you’re not, the second laughing because meet you, third smiling tears because can’t have you.

  7. Everything ought to be beautiful in a human being: face, and dress, and soul, and ideas.

  8. On earth there is nothing great but man; in the man there is nothing great but mind.

  9. our winter mini sseisons this weekend! If you’d like to schedule a winter mini session, click here for more information. Posted in Babies, Children, Mini Sessions

  10. Denise. Thank you so much for getting back to me. I didn’t relzaie my e-mail doesn’t show up. It’s . I really appreciate the advice. I don’t keep up on my blog as I’m not a big writer. I love taking pictures and hope to keep improving. I have been debating saving for either a Nikon 17-55 2.8 or the 24-70 2.8 but both are so expensive that I have been trying to guage what other people use. I love taking portraits and have used my 50mm but I miss the zoom when I have that. Thank you again and I will probably e-mail you privately sometime. Thank you for being willing to help others.Have a Merry Christmas. Laurie

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