Dynamite comes in small packages

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Melbourne-based craftswoman Emily Boutard quit her job as a lawyer to purse her passion of making miniature furniture. Her furniture designs can fit in the palm of your hand making them perfect for the quaint dollhouses that she also builds. Using a variety of methods, depending on what the particular miniature requires this also includes building from scratch, repurposing kits, or just acquiring beautiful small objects. She is inspired by architectural history and conservation, her miniature creations take on vintage patterns and styles found in 19th-century texts, and are adorned by detailed carvings, textiles and embellishments.

You can discover more of Emily Boutard’s creations on her blog.

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Published by Ross

Ross grew up on the wrong side of the Jukskei. He studied at Vega and was awarded the Top Student prize at his graduation. After working as a freelancer for four years, he founded Nicework with Ben Vorster. He has a penchant for Scandinavian wood furniture and really nice shirts. He is open to bribery- all iPads are welcome. He also likes chocolate cake and is happily married.

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