The Newest Trend: Tiny!!!

April 18, 2017   /   byThe Renegade Seamstress  / Categories :  Feeds

You guys!

Have you seen the new tiny videos? They are so compelling, intriguing and just plain cool.

I could watch them all day long! I mean seriously, how DO they cook on that teeny tiny little stove? And those teeny tiny cooking utensils! And that teeny tiny kitchen. I’m totally smitten.

And now my favorite people over at eHow are getting in on the fun with their new series: Real Tiny DIY.

Inspired by the the tiny trend started by the
Japanese mini food videos and Tastemade’s Tiny Kitchen, eHow has launched this amazing new series on their Facebook page and it launched today at 9 am.

Get a load a’ that tiny caulking gun! And it really works!!

Isn’t this the best thing EVER!!!

Your welcome!

Beth


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