Shopping for resale miniatures on E-Bay can be a great deal. However, more often than not, it is turning out to be disappointing in my experience. The photographs are not usually clear enough to see all of the imperfections on a piece and the descriptions are minimal at best. Being the optimistic buyer, I go… Continue reading A Miniature Ombre Chest
This little rocking horse took his time being born. I started making him last fall. Stuff happened and stuff happened, as it does, to hinder my mini makes. Now, seven months later, he is finally ready to show you how he was assembled. In a nutshell, you take one plastic toy horse, add some chipboard… Continue reading A Nifty Miniature Rocking Horse Made With Ordinary Things
A DIY tutorial on changing a 12 volt dollhouse lamp into a 3 volt mini LED lamp. There is also a great way to hide the cell battery pack.
Fabulous way to make a miniature "antique" rug for dollhouses.
This is such an exciting discovery for me that I cannot wait to show you! I wanted to take the time to make better "after" pieces, but this idea won't be patient. Seriously! Back when I was heavy into rubber stamping, I used to make medallions and little elements for books, cards, assemblage (you get… Continue reading How to make resin elements with glue-stick molds
Looking for a cute and easy tutorial on a dollhouse lamp? And shabby chic too? Then you have landed on the right spot! I'm excited to share this 1/12 scale project with you because it was so easy, unique and FAST. Seriously, instant-gratification is my middle name when it comes to crafts. Maybe because every… Continue reading Easy DIY dollhouse lamp
I've been surfing again! There are so many fabulous miniature blogs on the internet that I can't even begin to cover them all. Miniaturists are a very giving group who readily share their knowledge and, boy, am I GLAD! It has saved me a ton of wasted time trying to figure out much on my… Continue reading Miniature blogs for inspiration or just eye candy if you like
Making a miniature sewing kit