Customer Gallery

Take a look at what some of our customers have done with our products!  Amazing!  (Click on the photos to get a bigger view.)  Got a picture to share?  Let me know! 

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I have a new customer.  We'll call him "Andy."  He's a train guy.  Not your drive the train around a track guy, but a guy who likes to make scale models of different train cars.  Interesting huh?  Look carefully...there is a LOT going on in these cars.  Many of the drinks are by Desert Minis, but they're a small piece of the eye candy.  Take a close look...you might see royalty! 

There are two cars represented here; the dining car and the "bar car." 

Fern Rouleau did a great job on these, now discontinued, micro scale store fronts.  Love all the activity! 

 

Laurie Parker finished the Apple Pie Prep Table kit and didn't she do a great job!?

Our last Quarter Connection Online weekend was all about the 1950's.  This is a retro living room in a TV case made by Kathryn Asbahr.  Some of the furnishings are from Desert Minis. 

This is the 1950's roombox offered on QC (Quarter Connection) as a free project.  Kristie Dubord did it up right!  Lots of the 1950's furniture kits from Desert Minis are there, sectional sofa, tables and lamps.  Plus lots of extras by Kristie!

This is the Thanksgiving Roombox as made by Karen Priester!  Lots of food here...guess the family is ready to eat! 

I've had these pictures for awhile, but forgot to post them!  These are finished roombook kits from Sharron Emery.  She says, "I thought you might like to see what I did with your bookrooms. They are for my adult granddaughters for their birthdays. The racks are from Suzanne, the tea set from Ruth, I made the cakes(from your kit) and the wine bottles. The cat and chihuahua are from minigems. I love them!"

Lorraine Paduano finished up the "Speakeasy in a Violin Case" kit recently.  She really made it her own.  Love the bathtub! 

Cindy McDaniel attended the NAME RC/SR retreat in 2016 in Indianapolis and finished up the special roombook kit made just for the occasion.  While this was a special project just for NAME volunteers, it's very similar to the Craftroom Roombook available on this site.  I just love how filled with everything it is!  Just like the real thing!

Jean Bevens made the Christmas Cookie vignette and roombook kits as a gift for her daughter-in-law's sister.  She does a Christmas Cookie party every year...so how perfect is this! 

Carol Shea finished a full set of Art Deco furniture. 

 

Drue Conrad and Ann Setaro worked together on their Craftroom roombooks; Drue's is the one with the black frame on the left and Ann's is the one with the blue frame on the right.  Notice that they both have kitties who are "helping!"

Jayleen Salter made this wonderful little Rainbow Bridge roombook, "kit-bashing" with her own graphics for some of the box. What a variety of animals she's included.

Dale Lovett has made many of the roombook kits, and they are all packed with little details!  Here are her Cat Lover's Roombook and her Easter/Spring Roombook.  Also shown are her St. Patrick's Day, Thanksgiving and Valentine's Roombooks. 

       

Janet Phillips has been busy making baby book roombooks for her grandchildren!

   

Jean Monk did the Christmas roombook and Lorraine Paduano made the Rainbow Bridge roombook (a great way to memorialize our departed furry friends.)   Marilyn Nielsen made the Wine Lover's Roombook. 

   

 Mary Gwinner and her sister tackled the Italian Restaurant roombook kit and used the corner diner booth kit as well.  They even made their own salads!  The other foods and drinks are from Desert Minis, Inc.

 

Carol Shea assembled and decorated the Ice Cream Shoppe and included many special details including a girl behind the counter ready to serve!

   

Ann Setaro shared pictures of her Southwest House, a collaboration between Liz West and me.  Liz did all the designing the structure and furnishings...I did the easier accessories.  But Ann did the real work and the house came out so nicely!  If you look carefully, you'll see the southwest pots from Desert Minis. 

     

 

 

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