Sunday, 1 November 2009

Finally..............

*drumroll*

Diminutive Dolls is pleased to present.......

Ta Dah!

11 comments:

Debie Lyons said...

WOW, well worth the wait Sandra. Its lovely I hope you do really well with them. I might have to save up my mommy pocket money for one. BRILLIANT!
Debie xxxx

Karin F. said...

Bravo Sandra....lovely theatre & great video. Looks like all your hard work is coming together!
good work! SM must be so proud.
hugs Karin

DollMum said...

The theatre is lovely, and it is great that you've given it some light.

julie campbell said...

Bravo ! wonderful Sandra ! I cant wait to see these and would most definitely like one in my xmas stocking !
julie xxx

depesando said...

love it!

Anonymous said...

I agree with Debie. It is stunning and I will be saving my pocket money for one as well.

I didn't realise it was wooden. I thought it would have been cardboard.

Well done - from a buyer's point of view it was well worth all the effort you put into it.

Maybe your captions disappear fractionally too quickly. I was reading them and didn't get them finished before they went. I know I could watch it again (and I did) and that it was done for the blog rather then eBay but... It isn't drastic but it is the first time with your captions that I noticed that.

(Ducking and running as Sandra throws something heavy at me)

Joyce

Sandra Morris said...

Thanks everyone......good to have some positive feedback!

Joyce, yes I know what you mean about the length of time the captions are on screen. I did change the extremely short default settings to what I thought was a more reasonable timespan, given the amount of text in some of the titles.
You might find it useful to know that it is possible to pause the video at any point by clicking on the little play/pause button (bottom left of screen) and 'rewind' using the slider button.

Mags Cassidy said...

Fantazmagorical, Sandra.
Mags

Karin F. said...

Sorry SM was meant to be SD for small dog....

Debbie said...

Absolutely Brilliant Sandra. Your little theatre is wonderful.

Sans said...

Wow! Sandra, it is brilliant! I love it! I am not sure if the tiny light fitting will work in my country though. Let me also congratulate you on the video. You are getting very good at it.