When Jean agreed to my request to feature her on my blog this week, I was really excited, but after doing some research I found so many great things about her, I really didn't know where to start writing so I did the simple thing, I asked her to give me some ideas on what to write about and she said, "Just write about what impresses you the most." Well, that would take months of writing so I will highlight starting with an article featuring Jean in the Dollhouse Miniatures magazine, September 2004, which talks about Jean Day Makes Her Mark In History, where a national museum exhibit showcases her doll making skills. The exhibit was so successful it ran from March 2000 until September 2003 and was so popular it was extended for six months. Please click on the link below to see the magazine and read the article along with other great articles: http://members.shaw.ca/jday1/tpt_articles.html
Jean is also the a member of the AIM Magazine's Editorial Team. Click on the link to see inside this fantastic miniature lovers magazine:
As we know, pictures are wonderful to help tell a story, therefore, since there is so much of what Jean has done in miniatures over the last 30 years, I'll provide some links for you to click on see what Jean does to enjoy her life with miniatures.
This link takes you to her Esty store where lots of beautiful work is displayed for purchase: http://www.etsy.com/shop/jdayminis
What is life without eBay? Click on this link to see more of her work for purchase. http://stores.ebay.ca/J-Day-Minis