Monday, August 15, 2016

In The Kitchen With Kim Saulter


One of the reasons I started this blog devoted to minis was because I wanted to 
share resources and talented miniaturists with other mini lovers.

Today, I am so pleased to share with you the work of a very talented, and
dear friend, Kim Saulter.  She has the soul of a true artist and everything
she touches becomes magical.  Just take a good look at this kitchen.  It's 
hard to believe that it's all in miniature, but it is!  I could just move right in,
couldn't you?



Charming to the max!



It's just like the kitchen that Romantic Homes Magazine featured on it's cover
several years ago.  Love those windows over the sink and that cute little skirt too!



And this sweet kitchen!



And this table where the pies are being prepared.  I am just in awe of her 
talents.  Now let's look at more of her baking and cooking goodies....



Pancakes with syrup and waffles.



A three layer cake for a birthday party.




And Kim creates dreamy seasonal creations too.  This makes me long for Fall!








Let's not forget about Christmas!  The cute gingerbread house and decorated cookies and
even a mug of hot chocolate topped with marshmallows.  Delightful!




Boxing up the Christmas cookies!




Then Valentine's Day rolls around, and Kim has that holiday covered too.




Be still my heart!



Let's get ready for Easter.  Ducks, bunnies, colored eggs and flowers.  
So cute!




Patriotic holiday treats.



And who doesn't like pie!

Aside from being an extremely talented artist, Kim has a big, warm and 
loving heart.  She always looks on the bright side of life and is a joy to
know.  

Kim is a new grandmother of an adorable baby boy.  She has been 
taking a short break, but will be back to creating more of her magic
very soon.  Kim has an etsy shop and will be filling it up with all
sorts of goodies again.  Keep your eyes open though, because 
her creations sell out fast!


Thank you Kim for letting me share your wonderful creations
and photos.  Your work is so beautiful!

I have a big list of other miniaturists that I will be featuring, so 
stay tuned for great inspiration, tips and resources.  Thanks for
stopping by.

Love,
Susan and Bentley


12 comments:

  1. Wow!I love your feature today. I will be back for more eye candy.
    Joyously,
    Betty

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    1. Thanks Betty! I am so excited about showing off some fabulous miniaturists. More to come.

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  2. I love her work. So detailed and realistic. I am one of little talent.

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  3. I love Kim's work too. What a talent and she is such a sweet person too.

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  4. Oh, Susan! What a wonderful miniature artist Kim is! Her kitchens are just adorable and so life like. When I saw those little Easter cookies I just bowed my head and said, "I had better quit making minis right now!" Some folks are just amazing! Thanks for sharing her with us.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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    1. No Shelia ~ don't stop making minis. You just started and Kim has been doing this for a long time. What you have done so far is darling. You have the gift too, just keep at it!

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  5. I remember that kitchen from the magazine and have it on my Pinterest. I absolutely love this! Thanks for featuring a wonderful miniature artist.

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    1. I have a picture of the kitchen on my inspiration board. Glad you enjoyed the post. I had fun putting it together.

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  6. It's so gorgeous! I wish I was a doll or a fairy so I could move in!

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  7. So lovely. I didn't know there were miniature artists this cleaver. What all this shows me is that Kim creates for the love of the process. Love the kitchen.

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    1. Yes, Kim loves the process and she has a whimsical heart that shows in her work. There are other very talented miniature artists, and it's my goal to introduce you to many of them!

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