Friday, July 6, 2012

Small Is Beautiful

There is a book that I like its title because I agree with the fact in it.  Yes, small is beautiful.  Though the book (German, if my memory is correct -- I don't know it's original title, but only the translated one) is about economy, but I think it applies to almost everything.  The obvious is in miniatures.  People love them because they are so small and so lovely and precious.  The little things could expand our dreams far and long.  Small is beautiful.  And smaller seems more adorable, I think, especially flowers.  I don't know what is your favorite, but I believe that small flowers tend to be adore by many people.  May be I set myself as standard, sorry about that.  It's hard to think of things as we are someone else, right.

Let's see example in pictures below:


The small centerpieces seem perfect; well balanced and good contrast of colors.  

What if I add more little things into the seem-perfect ones?  Do you think that the white tiny buds that suppose to be baby breath make them more beautiful?  Are the look much different? 

I think you agree with me that they are much more lovely than plain-perfect roses. 

Please let me know if I'm wrong.


  1. Hi Pim, found you , thanks to Elga (SA) ! After the minishow several people tried to find more info about you , so am happy to have located your blog, too. Keep on the good work and I hope you will have some time to work at a website or etsy shop, too, as overseas buyers will be happy to see more of your work.
    If I am too intrusive, please delete this comment :-)


  2. Hi Elly, Thanks for your comment. How come I think you're intrusive, actually I'm honor. I'm very glad that you (and others) found me. I'll expose myself more (virtually.... lol) and work more too. : ) I'm now your blog's follower... I do love your quarter scale cottage. It's so lovely. I may try to make one in the future.
    Thank you, Pim

  3. Gorgeous little flowers and wreath :)