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Bea Broadwood (Editor) office@petite‐properties.com
As a busy summer slips quietly into an exciting autumn, it is once again my pleasure to introduce this latest ‘food filled’ edition of the AIM magazine.
Vicky Guile (Assistant Editor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the summer I have personally enjoyed a very special family celebration, one which has reinforced to me that there is indeed no greater pleasure in life that to able to sit down and share a leisurely meal with family and good friends and it seems that the highly talented members of AIM agree!
Celia (of Oberons Wood) email@example.com
Helen Woods firstname.lastname@example.org
Janet Smith email@example.com
This month AIM members have collectively chosen to focus on our theme: ‘Come dine with us..!’ and together they have filled the pages of this very special September issue with a stunning celebration of entertaining ‘in miniature’.
Jean Day firstname.lastname@example.org
John Day email@example.com
The pages of this new issue are crammed full of inspiration and ideas for the international miniature diner! So whether you are planning to create a realistic dining setting in your dolls house or you simply want to bring a kitchen scene to life with stunning, mouth watering food; look no further we have it all!
Kathi Mendenhall firstname.lastname@example.org
Peiwen Petitgrand email@example.com
Sally Watson firstname.lastname@example.org
This new September edition of the ground breaking AIM magazine is also awash with many fabulous free projects for you to try your hand at, from printable plates (in three scales) on pages 16 and 47 to creating a stunningly realistic salad without the use of clay on page 52. In short there is something for every miniaturist to try!
Barbara ‘Babs’ Davies Kim Murdock Lesley Shepherd Pamela J Freelance Editorial Team Members: Agnes Turpin Catherine Davies Eileen Sedgwick Jennifer Matuszek Julie Lawton Lidi Stroud Marianne Colijn Mo Tipton Nancy Keech Stephanie Kilgast
So as you enjoy the last of the summer sunshine, why not put your feet up and come dine with us!
Editor (& General whip cracker) http://petiteproperties.blogspot.com www.petite‐properties.com September 2011
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If not, copy, paste and CLICK now – www.artisansinminiatures.com and come and meet us all. Founded in 2007 by Bea (Fiona) Broadwood of Petite Properties, the website has been created in order to showcase the fantastic work of the individual professional international artisan members who create beautiful and original scale miniatures for sale to the public. Together they form the Artisans In Miniature association. Since its launch the AIM association has rapidly grown and now boasts membership of around 300 professional artisans, including some of the most talented within the miniature world! On the website you will find further information about them and their work; however, please note new pages are constantly being added and there are many members who are not yet included on the site... If you are a professional artisan who is interested in joining the association, you will find all the information there..... We have lots of links…to Fairs and Events Organizers…Magazines…Online Miniature clubs….Historical reference sites…..Workshops…and more… it’s all there!
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of excellence in original handcrafted scale miniatures…”
dedicated to promoting a high standard
“An association of professional artisans,
The AIM Association was set up in 2007 in order to The way in which provide a global platform for professional AIM Association membership miniature artisans who wish to actively promote their work and actively take part and support the is offered has changed! opportunities and promotional facilities which AIM
Due to an overwhelming uptake of membership over recent months, as from July 31st 2010 the AIM Association now has limited membership places available…
uniquely offers for free: notably including... The AIM online forum Monthly FREE AIM magazine AIM Member's online directory AIM website AIMs facebook & social networking pages The AIM blog.
AIM membership is only available for professional miniature artisans, selling quality handmade miniatures to the public. Membership is reserved for artisans who wish to showcase & promote their work, through active participation within the AIM Association. Please note; A waiting list has now been introduced regarding new membership applications.
AIM is completely FREE to join and completely FREE to be part of.
So… if you are a professional miniature artisan and you would like to find out more about joining the AIM Association, please email AIM’s Membership Secretary: Tony for more information:
Or alternatively visit our website… www..artisansinminiature.com
This issue would not have been possible without the generous contributions from the following AIM members… Many thanks therefore go to... Amanda Speakman Annie Mok Bea (Fiona) Broadwood Béatrice Thierus Carol Mittlesteadt Carol Smith Cousin Petunia Daisy Carpi Debbe Mize Era Anderson Pearce Frances Powell Francesca Vernuccio Gail St Clair Janet Granger Janet Harmsworth Janet Smith Jean & John Day Julia and Hywel Jeffreys Kathi R Mendenhall Kathy Brindle Kay Brooke Kim Hofmaster Lili Goczal Louise Goldsborough Luce Fediere Margot Ensink Marianne Colijn Melanie Navarro Natalia Antonelli Oberon's Wood (Celia) Pamela J Patricia Paul Peiwen Petitgrand Regina Passy-Yip Sally Watson Sarah Maloney Teresa Thompson Vicky Guile Viola Williams Guest Contributors: Cary Yerves, N.A.M.E. The Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
See you in October!!
Please Note: The projects included in this publication are not suitable for children under the age of 14. The miniatures featured in this magazine are collectors items and therefore unsuitable for children under 14. All projects are undertaken at your own risk. AIM does not accept responsibility for any injury incurred. All articles and photographs used in this magazine are copyright of their authors.
The AIM magazine’s content is for private use only and it must not be reproduced in part or in full for commercial gain in any form.
Each artisan contributor is responsible for their own work / contribution to the AIM magazine and retain full responsibility for their published work.
The authors/self publishers cannot be held legally responsible for any consequences arising from following instructions, advice or information in this magazine.