Ann Wertman, of Lowhill Township, browses for tiny treasures at the 42nd annual dollhouse and miniatures show and sale, held Aug. 11 at the Center at Holiday Inn, Breinigsville. Wertman accompanied a friend to the show and sale, which is hosted by Lehigh Valley Small on Scale Miniatures Club.
Small on Scale Miniatures Club member Krista Jones, of Walnutport, displays a miniature vintage camper inspired by camping trips with her family when she was a child.
The camper created by Jones features many mini details to add texture and life to the campsite, including a bicycle, grill, picnic food and a ring toss game.
Danielle Simpson, of the Effort area, left, joins her daughter, Elizabeth, during the free children’s class led by Attie Day, of Bethlehem, right, at the annual event. Young miniaturists built campsites complete with tents, logs and tiny woodland creatures. “It’s cool to see how kids come up with their own designs,” Day said.
Adrian Mantz, right, works on his campsite during the children’s class. Battery-operated tea lights are disguised as mini campfires.
Miniature food artist Sharon Harbison, of Union Beach, N.J., repurposed jars of glitter used to decorate fingernails into tiny jars of canned goods. She found the jars in dollar stores.
Harbison started making tiny foods about nine years ago. She often crafts her creations while watching Jeopardy, her friend Brian Buniak said.
PRESS PHOTOS BY APRIL PETERSONTiny Christmas stockings are festive for the holidays.
A miniature tearoom and bakery created by Jeanne Atkinson is a tribute to her mother, Mae.
Several projects by Lehigh Valley Small on Scale Miniatures Club member Nadenia Butko, of Macungie, are displayed during the 42nd annual dollhouse and miniatures show and sale Aug. 11.