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The Making of : Summer Garden Party on Regent St

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--- Quote from: playmovictorian on May 20, 2021, 09:06:41 ---
It is our Friend Emma Jane who was the first person to mix Sylvanian Families and Playmobil a decade ago

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As a child of the 80s, I can confidently say that there is a much longer history of mixing Playmobil and Sylvanian Families  :lol: :lol: :lol:


--- Quote from: Oliver on May 23, 2021, 13:07:52 ---As a child of the 80s, I can confidently say that there is a much longer history of mixing Playmobil and Sylvanian Families  :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Too true.

We didn't have Sylvanian in the 80s, but surely bought them in the late 90s or early 00s (ebay!) , specifically to use with playmobil..

After all, the Queen's favorite bread is Sylvanian..

Thank you so much dear Friends  :wave:

You have brought a smile on my face  :lol:


Each time I scroll through your pictures, I see new things to fall in love with!  :love:  Such a highly detailed world, one can tell you've spent a lot of time agonizing over each little detail! Are all of the food items Sylvanian? They go so very nicely with the Playmo-world. I love the idea of taking pictures of figures with fresh blossoms—a really beautiful effect that shows off the figures well. I really like all of the custom accessories on all the grand ladies; it makes them look authentically Victorian. Love the picture of the ladies riding in the carriage.

Are the two boy figures in the "cooking class" pictures customs, or did they come with a set? Same question for the white apron with red trim worn by the shop girl.

Thank you so much dear Friend  :wave:

I do apologise for the delay in replying to your post but I have been beyond busy in real life and did not have much time to dedicate to my little victorians.

Most of the food items are custom made, some by myself and of course, a few are from Sylvanian Families.

The pictures of blossoms were taken on a sunny but rather windy day here in Marlow and I cannot possibly tell you how many times I have picked up and posed again the little figures, often ending up holding the branch still in my hand while taking the picture with the other  :lol:

If you take a look at the last picture I took this afternoon of my little victorians holding balloons as if they were about the fly, you may not be aware of the times either the balloons or the figures fell before I could finally take a picture. I went as far as holding my breath for a few seconds while taking a picture in order to avoid extremely light accessories to be blown away...

Thank you so much for following my creations  :wave:



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