It looks like a small piece from Italy with those small olives. It is a beautiful tree you have created.
One word: LOVE!!
What a wonderfull piece!! It looks so incredibly real!hugs,Anneke
Fantastic olive tree!!!!Synnøve
oooh wow..!!! I wand one!!! It is beautiful and so real.I have four of these trees in my garden,but love this one much more!
Fantástico olivo¡¡¡¡ muy buen trabajo¡¡¡¡
Wie immer....perfekt!!!! Ich hab noch keinen von Dir....hm...ist das richtig??? Nö!!! LOL
Hallo Jeanette, Dein Olivenbäumchen ist wunderschön und ich denke er wird in meinem Shabby chic Blumenladen gut hinpassen. Viele liebe Grüsse. Martina
Hallo Martina,ich freue mich sehr ,dass dir dein Olivenbaum gefällt und schon ein nettes Plätzchen bekommen hat :-)))! Liebe Grüße,Jeannette
A wonderful olive tree! Toscana is one of my favourite places! ;)
Wonderful olive tree, perfect in that simple pot.
again;Wauw! Did you use real twigs or... they look so real (the little knot at the bottom) and I realy love, love, love the dropped ripe olives in the pot! It's such a joy to discover these little details that makes your work special!
Hi Debora ,thank you for your nice comments !I just looked at your Blog and have seen,that you do also magical things with wood,a secret to me ! To your question :No I don't use real twigs,trees and bushes are made of wire and after building the naked trunk with his branches I model a special paste over it .If you model it,instead of coating,you will get things like the little knot in the trunk.When you use real twigs ,you would have to glue on little branches which you need for miniature scale and this doesn't work !Hugs,Jeannette
Thanks for your explanation, ánd your kind words. Wood may be a secret to yóu but I can only say you've done an excelent job doing the twigs as you've discribed! I'd already thought that real twigs were no option proportion wise, but how you did it kept me puzzled. "A special paste" you say... Don't explain any further, let's keep the mystery ;-))