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Saturday, March 7, 2015

March and Minis...Contest Winning, St. Patrick's Day, Women's History minis

 
ALERT! I JUST FOUND OUT I WON A CONTEST YAAYYYYY!!
I will share more in the next post and show the picture of the prize and reveal the blog...( doing the cha-cha!)
 
So many enjoyed the Black History Minis.
 Here are the March
 Women's History Month Minis 
Aren't they cute!
 
Please do not forget to support the photographer Eunique Jones at http://www.becauseofthemwecan.com/
     




                        

           
         

   

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!
 
  Coming soon! A highlight on a different kind of mini-lover!


        

           
 
 

28 comments :

  1. Grandmommy,
    They're precious, every one of them!
    Teresa,
    sugar, spice and whatever's nice

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    1. Hi Teresa!
      I agree! Both the models and the people they stand for are amazing!

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    1. Hi Smaller Places!
      I agree. Great wortk!

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    1. Hello Drora!
      It feels so good to celebrate women and see such adorable children at the same time!

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  4. I truely LOVE these pictures, grandmommy, they are precious! Drora is right: superstars!!
    Congrats on your win, enjoy your prize!!! I've seen it too, but I won't reveal the blog ;O!
    Have a nice Sunday and week ahead.
    Hugs, Ilona

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    1. Ilona hi there!
      I am so glad you enjoyed the pictures! Yes, superstars is a great word for all of them! Have a wonderful week.!

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  5. Loved both sets of posters and I learned a thing or two by looking up each name. Amazing people who deserve all the adulation they get. Congrats on winning a competition =0)

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    1. Hey there Pepper!
      Thank you! I had to look up a few myself. There were many more and I too learned a few things!

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  6. This was once more both interesting and plenty of fun - thanks! And congrats on winning a lovely price.

    Greetings
    Birgit

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    1. BiWuBar,
      Thanks! I am looking for more ways to have fun this year. I am glad you enjoyed it!

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  7. These Minis are beautiful and I'm learning a lot a things!
    I'm curious about the contest you won!
    Happy Women's Day!

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    1. Hey there Billa!
      I love that they represent women all over the world. The contest reveal coming soon! :-)
      Happy Women's Day to you too.

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  8. Hello Grandmommy,

    Congratulations on your win. It is a beautiful prize (saw it on the other blog). The pictures are wonderful. Thank you for sharing.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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    1. Hello again Grandmommy,
      Thank you for your comment on my post. The Manor should be 52 inches tall, so just over 4 feet.
      Have a great day and a big hug to you and your granddaughter,
      Giac

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    2. Giac my friend,
      Thanks! I keep getting new ideas about what to do with the prize!
      I am glad you enjoyed the pictures. I think most miniaturists have an extra drop of kid in them like these children. :-)
      You are very welcome and we love your blog. Have a lovely week! I hope spring is about to happen for you.
      The Manner is almost her height! LOL She is ten.
      Major hugs back to you!

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  9. Hello from Spain: congratulations. Fabulous posters. Keep in touch

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    1. Hello friend!
      I think they are great too. What a great photographer Ms. Jones is!

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  10. Hi Grandmommy! I LOVE this campaign and it sure makes me feel proud to be a woman, but most of all, a woman of color.
    I suppose that what is significant is that they made change happen regardless of what life had originally dictated to them. Adversity, lack of resources, politics, gender, race, nationality etc. didn't hinder these individuals from using what God gave them and finding their path and/ or calling. I take my hat off to each of them.

    elizabeth

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  11. Hello Elizabeth my friend!
    I am so glad you enjoyed Ms. Jones work.

    The poster make such statements about life and what a feminine one can be like. I adore ALL of the girls and the women they portray.

    I have to say that the one that makes me most emotional is Malala. I think it is because her story is so recent and fresh in my mind.

    I saw her dad on Ted Talks and he really drove her sacrifice home. I am not concerned about her religion, race etc. I just know she is a very courageous young lady.

    btw I didn't know you were a woman of color! LOL

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    1. Duh! I just saw a picture of you and your beautiful smile at "Minworks " blog from January of this year. lol

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  12. Congratulations!!! The pictures are awesome! I love them!

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    1. Hey there Georgia Girl!
      Thanks! So glad you enjoyed them. I can't help but smile when I look at them1

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  13. I only got Billie Holiday and Mother Teresa without cheating and I got Sacagawea wrong.

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    1. Hey Muff!
      I hope that means you learned a little something. If not, I am sure the girls made you smile. :-D

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  14. Such great photos! I can't wait to see what you won too, I know it awesome!!

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    1. Hi there Brini!
      Yes, they are! I am sue you will like it. coming soon!

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It is fun hearing from all of you!