Some changes…

Hej everyone!

I’ve made some changes on this blog today… Now you could find on the right top differents gallery with geese, pelican, pink flamingo, hermit crab, whale and fish. If the name of the Ptitsmobiles is “Flew!/Envolé!” that means they are not available, and if they are called “Fish” or “Whale 4”, that means they ARE available… And if you want a Ptitsmobiles which is not available, maybe you can send me an email here and I’ll see what I can do!

Oh! I’ve forgotten, there are now “big Ptitsmobiles”… Ok, there are not big big, but they have more critters…

As soon as possible, I’m going to put the size of the Ptitsmobiles (I would like to put a scale on picture, but for the moment I don’t really know how I’m going to do that easily with my wonderful and complicated software…), because it’s not obvious to realize how they truly are! So, this the next step!

Good visit!

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Les Ptitsmobiles ont migré jusque sur le blog de Sa Marraine La Fée…

Quelle bonne surprise! Les Ptitsmobiles sont sur le blog de Sa Marraine La Fée… Mais c’est qui Sa Marraine La Fée d’abord???? Quoi??? Vous ne savez pas qui c’est!!!! Sa Marraine La Fée c’est Delphine Roche de Montgrand, connue également sous le pseudonyme de La Fille Du Consul… Ça y est, la mémoire revient? Et oui c’est bien cette artiste qui avec talent et poésie réalise des bijoux trompe-l’oeil en argile de polymère… Aaaaah vous voulez des photos et bien je invite vivement à cet endroit pour retrouver de fabuleuses feuilles de gingko biloba, des radis, des poivrons, des fraises, des mirabelles et une multitude d’autres bijoux gourmands! Vous n’aviez pas d’idée pour vos cadeaux de Noël? C’est chose faite!

Ptitsmobiles have migrate until to the Sa Marraine La Fée‘s blog!

What a nice surprise! Ptitsmobiles are on the Sa Marraine La Fée ‘s blog! But who is Sa Marraine La Fée?! Whaat? You don’t know who is she???? Sa Marraine La Fée is Delphine Roche de Montgrant also known under the alias of The Consul’s Daughter… That is, your memory come back? Yes, it is this artist with talent and poetry who makes jewelry “trompe-l’oeil” in polymer clay … Of course, you want pictures, so I urge you to that place to find fabulous leaves of ginkgo biloba, radishes, peppers, strawberries, plums, and many other jewelry lovers! You didn’t have any idea for Christmas’s gift, now you have!