The tri-fold brochure provides the details.
In it, artisan Sylvia Rountree writes eloquently about
her passion for all things small. She reminds readers
that “in real life many things dictate the way
we live, but when you become a miniaturist you can create
your own little world and have a great time doing it...The
problems of the outside world are left behind while working
with miniatures.” Photographs of artisans’ work
and of hobbyists’ handiwork surround her words.
The brochure may be copied for use at a miniatures event
or printed for general distribution. Bring a bunch to
lunch. Place a packet in your purse. Lay some out on
your library’s “Free” table. Hand them
out to family and friends wherever you go. Remember,
this brochure is intended not for those of us who are
already in the hobby, but for people we’d like
to invite into it!
Contact information for major miniatures
organizations is listed on the back of the brochure.
Also on the back is an open space in which you, your
miniatures club, your shop, show or museum may customize
it. Stamp contact information in the space so that anyone
who reads the brochure has a way to reach a local miniatures
enthusiast. The brochure--a little bit of portable publicity--is
a gift from Miniature Collector to the miniatures community.
Use it with pride.
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