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How to Set Up the Working Height for the Walking Bird Marionette
How to fix a miniature walking bird marionette to a wooden control handle. Page 9.
Make a Miniature Flying Swan
How to make a poseable miniature flying swan in dolls' house scale.
List of Materials Used to Make a Needlefelted Flying Swan
Materials used to make a poseable miniature needle felted flying swan. Page 2.
How to Shape the Body of the Miniature Swan
How to shape the body of a miniature needle felt swan. Page 3.
How to Shape the Head of a Miniature Needle Felt Swan
How to shape the head of a miniature needle felt swan. Page 4.
How to Shape the Needle Felt Swan's Shoulders Against the Neck
How to needle felt the shoulder line onto a miniature swan made from wool roving. Page 5.
Positioning LED Lights on a Simple Base for a Village Display
Positioning lights on a mirror base to make a miniature winter village display. Page 3.
How to Set Up Simple Water Effects With a Mirror for a Village Display
Setting up simple water effects for a miniature village using a mirror. Page 8.
How to Blend Extra Lights into a Miniature Village Backdrop
Using velvet as a backdrop for a simple miniature village. Page 7.
How to blend the bases of miniature village buildings into a snow scene setting.
How to cover the visible bases of miniature buildings with faux snow to set them into a miniature landscape. Page 6.
How to Test the Position of Miniature Village Buildings Over a Light Source
How to test the position of your miniature buildings over the lights in a winter village scene. Page 5.
How to Add a Simple Snow Base To Level Your Village Terrain
How to use faux snow to create a supportive base for miniature houses in a winter village. Page 4.
How to Finish Setting Up a Simple Miniature Village
How to finish the setting for a miniature village display. Page 9.
Quarter Scale Log Chairs Made From Twigs
How to make a set of 'log' garden chairs and a table for a rustic miniature scene or fairy garden.
How to Choose Twigs for Miniature "Log" Chairs
How to choose suitable sized twigs to make a miniature 'log' chair for a dollhouse scene or fairy garden. Page 2.
Razor Saw Used to Mark Seat Height on a Miniature Log Chair
How to use a razor saw to define the seat height of a miniature 'log'chair. Page 3.
Trim Out the Back Support on a Miniature 'Log' Chair
How to use a craft knife or wood carving knife to cut the back support for a miniature scale 'log' chair. Page 4.
Use a Carving Knife to Hollow Out the Back of a Miniatre 'Log' Chair
How to hollow out a section of twig to make a rounded back for a miniature scale 'log' chair. Page 5.
Finish the interior of a log chair back in miniature using sandpaper
How to sand the curved interior of a miniature 'log' chair in dollhouse scales. Page 6.
How to Make a Miniature Mermaid or Fairy Mirror Using Epoxy Putty
How to make a mirror for a miniature mermaid using a range of materials and charms and two part epoxy putty.
List of Materials to Make a Mirror for a Miniature Mermaid or Fairy
Materials list to make a miniature mermaid or fairy mirror. Page 2.
How to Prepare Epoxy Putty to Back a Miniature Mermaid's Mirror
How to mix epoxy putty to make a backing for a miniature mermaid (or fairy) mirror. Page 3.
How to Add a Colored Coating For Your Fairy or Mermaid Mirror
How to color sticky two part epoxy putty with Pearl Ex powder. Page 4.
How to Add Shells or Charms to the Edge of a Miniature Mermaid Mirror
How to add shells, charms or beads to the frame of a miniature mirror for a mermaid or fairy. Page 5.
How to Finish A Mermaid / Fairy Mirror with Beads and Sand
How to finish the edges of a miniature mirror for a fairy or mermaid made with a backing of two part epoxy putty. Page 6.
How to Make a Miniature Bird Bath From Polymer Clay or Epoxy Putty
Miniature bird bath in quarter scale made from two part epoxy putty can be made in larger scales or using polymer clay.
List of Materials Needed to Make a Miniature Bird Bath
Materials used to make a miniature bird bath in a range of dollhouse scales from epoxy putty or polymer clay. Page 2.
How to Mix Two Part Epoxy Putty for a Miniature Bird Bath
Method of mixing two part epoxy putty to make a miniature bird bath for a fairy garden or garden railroad scene. Page 3.
How to AddTexture and Color to a Bird Bath In Epoxy Putty or Polyclay
How to add texture and color to two part epoxy putty or polymer clay for a dollhouse miniature bird bath. Page 4.
How to Shape a Miniature Bird Bath Basin
Shaping a dollhouse miniature bird bath basin from epoxy putty using a metal button cover or a small button. Page 5.
How to Shape The Support for a Miniature Bird Bath Basin
How to shape the support for a miniature bird bath basin as well as fill the basin with faux water for a dollhouse scene. Page 6.
How to Check the Size For a Scale Miniature Bird Bath Basin
Checking the size of the parts of a dollhouse miniature bird bath, this example in 1:48 or quarter scale. Page 7.
How to Finish the Assembly of a Miniature Bird Bath
Miniature bird bath in quarter scale made from two part epoxy putty can be made in larger scales or using polymer clay. Page 8.
Materials Used to Make a Simple Snow Scene for a Winter Village
Materials you can use to make a simple winter scene using miniature buildings. Page 2.
Simple Snow Setting for a Miniature Winter Village
How to make a simple snow scene setting for a miniature winter village.
Transfer Print Mottled Watercolor Onto Tissue Paper
How to make a simple transfer print using watercolor. Page 3.
Print the Reverse Side of Your Tissue Sheet for a Miniature Seaweed Frond
How to print the reverse side of a sheet of tissue paper destined to make miniature seaweed fronds. Page 4.
Finish the Coloring of Your Miniature Tissue Paper Seaweed Fronds
How to complete the coloring of miniature scale seaweed fronds made from tissue paper. Page 5.
Use Acrylic Glaze to Add Sheen and Transparence to Miniature Models of Seaweed
How to glaze tissue paper to create transparency for miniature scale seaweed fronds. Page 6.
Make Kelp Fronds, Holdfasts and Bladders in Miniature Scales
How to make holdfasts and bladders for miniature kelp models. Page 7.
Seaweed on a Miniature Cottage for a Sea Witch
Experimenting with fronds of miniature seaweed on a quarter scale stone cottage. Page 8.
Make 1:144 Scale Printable Towers and Cottages for a Glitter Village
Make these 1:144 scale towers and cottages for a miniature village display for Halloween or Christmas. The towers and cottages can also be assembled for use as gift or tree decorations.
Parts For 1:144 Printable "Stone" Towers and Cottages
Printable parts used to1:144 or
What You Need to Make a Set of Printable 'Stone' Towers and Cottages
Materials needed to make a miniature set of 'stone' towers and cottages using paper printables. Page 3.
How to Apply Glittered Details to a Set of "Stone" Towers and Cottages
Ways to add glittered details to a 1:144 scale set of stone towers and cottages in order to use them for traditional 'glittered' Halloween and Christmas villages or ornaments. Page 4.
How to Assemble the Exterior Chimneys for the Miniature Stone Cottages
How to assemble the exterior chimneys for 1:144 scale printable 'stone' cottages for a Halloween or Christmas village or decoration. Page 5.
How to Fit a Printable Chimney to the Exterior Wall of a Scale Cottage
How to fit an exterior chimney to the end wall of the printable 1:144 scale stone cottage. Page 6.
How to Assemble the Walls Of a Printable "N" Scale "Stone" Cottage
How to assemble the walls of a set of printable 'stone' cottages in N or 1:144 scale. Page 7.
Assemble the Parts for the Miniature 'Stone' Towers
How to assemble the tower for a printable miniature stone cottage or lighthouse in 1:144 scale. Page 8.
How to Fit a Roof on a 1:144 Scale Printable Stone Cottage
How to fit a roof on the 1:144 printable 'stone' cottages. Page 9.
Use a Custom Sloper to Make Baby Doll Clothing Patterns
How to make basic pattern pieces for baby doll clothing using a custom baby doll sloper. Page 12.
Test Fit the Baby Doll Sloper Pattern
How to test fit a baby doll sloper pattern. Page 9.
Mark the Side Line for the Baby Doll Sloper
How to mark the sideline on the pattern sloper for a baby doll. Page 6.
Trim the Baby Doll Sloper and Adjust Fit
How to trim a baby doll sloper and adjust the fit as you complete the sloper pattern. Page 7.
Fitting the Legs and the Crotch Area for a Baby Doll Sloper
How to fit the leg openings and the crotch depth on a sloper pattern for any size of baby doll. Page 8.
Rough Arm and Leg Measurements for Baby Doll Patterns
How to work out the arm and leg lengths you need to add to your sloper for baby doll clothing patterns. Page 11.
Preparing an Outline of Your Baby Doll for Pattern Adjustments
How to trace a baby doll to aid in making clothing patterns. Page 10.
Make Scale Miniature Seaweed Using Tissue Paper and Watercolor Paints
How to make realistic models of seaweed in miniature scales using tissue paper and watercolor paints.
Splatter Watercolor Paints To Make Mottled Patterns for Scale Miniature Seaweed
How to create the mottled color patterns for miniature seaweed fronds. Page 2.
Make Traditional Apothecary Containers In Dollhouse Scales
How to make free printable apothecary containers in dollhouse scale.
Materials List for a Set of Printable Apothecary Containers in Dollhouse Scale
List of materials needed to make printable miniature apothecary containers and ointment jars. Page 2.
How to Assemble a Set of Printable Apothecary Containers in Dollhouse Scaleintable Red Heart Kitchen Canisters
How to make the main body of a dollhouse scale apothecary container from printables. Page 3.
How to assemble the lids for a set of miniature apothecary containers.
How to shape the lids for a set of printable apothecary container in dollhouse scale. Page 4.
Finish a Set of Apothecary Containers in Dollhouse Scale
Add finishing details to a printable set of dollhouse scale apothecary containers. Page 5.
Tutorial for Flaky Dollhouse Miniature Croissants and Pain Chocolate From Polymer Clay
How to make flaky dollhouse miniature croissants and pain chocolate using polymer clay
Blend a Basic Polymer Clay Dough for Miniature Croissants and Pain Chocolate
How to blend a basic polymer clay
Dollhouse Scale Croissants From a Roll of Clay
How to use the simplified method to make dollhouse scale croissants. Page 3.
Make Flaky Dollhouse Miniature Croissants
How to make dollhouse miniature croissants with a flaky texture. Page 4.
Shape Flaky Dollhouse Miniature Pain Chocolate
How to shape dollhouse miniature pain chocolate from polymer clay. Page 5.
Shape and Texture Dollhouse Scale Pain Chocolate from Polymer Clay
How to shape and texture dollhouse scale miniature pain chocolate made from polymer clay. Page 6.
Detail the Surface of Dollhouse Scale Croissants and Pain Chocolate
How to add realistic baking color to dollhouse miniature pain chocolate and croissants. Page 7.
Finish the Back of the Obi with an Obi Bow
How to finish the simplified obi on a clothespin doll's kimono. Page 9.
Begin Measuring the Neck for a Baby Doll Sloper Pattern
How to start a sloper pattern for a baby doll. Page 2.
Trim the Neck Opening for a Baby Doll Sloper
How to shape the neck opening for a baby doll sloper. Page 3.
Add a Shoulder Line To Your Baby Doll Sloper
How to mark the shoulder line on a pattern sloper for any size of baby doll. Page 4.
Mark Rough Lines for the Arm and Leg Holes of the Baby Doll
How to mark the join lines for the arm and leg holes of a baby doll pattern sloper. Page 5.
Measure and Make a Baby Doll Sloper Pattern
Make a basic sloper clothing pattern for any size of baby doll. The sloper can be used to create custom clothing patterns for your doll.
Shape a Miniature Wheatsheaf Loaf
Use air dry or polymer clay to make a miniature wheat sheaf loaf for a dollhouse bakery, or harvest festival decoration.
Use Pastel to Add Realistic Browning Effects to a Dollhouse Bread Loaf
How to add 'oven browning' to a miniature wheatsheaf loaf in dolls' house scale. Page 10.
Adding Wheatsheaf loaves to miniature displays
Use air dry or polymer clay to make a miniature wheat sheaf loaf for a dollhouse bakery, or harvest festival decoration. Page 11.
Shape The Dollhouse Wheatsheaf Loaf Base
How to shape a base for a dollhouse miniature wheatsheaf bread loaf. Page 2.
Shape Wheat Stalks for a Dollhouse Miniature Wheatsheaf Loaf
How to texture the base of a miniature harvest bread loaf to resemble wheat stalks. Page 3.
Make Wheat 'Ears' for a Miniature Wheatsheaf Bread Loaf
How to shape tiny ears of wheat from polymer or air dry clay for the top of a dollhouse scale wheatsheaf bread loaf. Page 4.
Shape the Braided Tie and Bow for a Dollhouse Harvest Bread Loaf
How to shape a rope and bow to decorate the front of a traditional wheatsheaf bread loaf made in dollhouse miniature scale. Page 5.
Shape The Body of a Miniature 'Bread Dough' Mouse
How to make the body and tail of a miniature mouse to decorate a dollhouse scale wheatsheaf bread loaf. Page 6.
Make tiny ears and eyes for a bread dough mouse for a dollhouse wheatsheaf bread loaf.
How to make ears and eyes for a tiny
Add A Row of Wheat Ears to the Top of a Miniature Wheatsheaf Loaf
How to begin adding ears of wheat to the top of a dollhouse scale wheatsheaf bread loaf. Page 8.
Set the Inner Rows of Wheat Ears on the Wheatsheaf Bread Loaf
How to finish adding the ears of wheat to the top of a miniature wheatsheaf loaf in dollhouse scale. Page 9.
Tutorial for a Clothespin Doll Dressed in a Sari
How to dress a clothespin doll in a traditional Sari.
Shape Sleeves for the Blouse Beneath the Clothespin Doll's Sari
Make the sleeves for the clothespin doll's top. Page 2.
Add the Clothespin Doll Shirt Body to the Sleeves
How to finish the main body of a shirt for under the Sari of a South Asian clothespin doll. Page 3.
Start Shaping the Sari for a Clothespin Doll
How to pleat ribbon for a miniature sari costume for a clothespin doll. Page 4.
Start Wrapping a Ribbon Sari on a Clothespin Doll
How to start shaping a Sari made from ribbon, onto the body of a clothespin doll. Page 5.
Finish the Sari Skirt on a Clothespin Doll
How to finish wrapping the skirt of a Sari on a clothespin doll. Page 6.
Wrap the Sari Over the Clothespin Doll's Shoulder
How to set the shoulder wrap on the Sari of a Clothespin doll. Page 7.
Finish the Clothespin Doll Wearing a Sari
How to finish off a clothespin doll's sari made from ribbon. Page 8.
Clothespin Doll in Nigerian Women's Dress
A clothespin doll in traditional Nigerian dress of buba, iro, gele, and iborun.
Make the Blouse and Wrap Skirt to Dress a Clothespin Doll in Nigerian Clothing
How to make the main clothing pieces for a Nigerian clothespin doll. Page 2.
Final Dress Details for a Nigerian Clothespin Doll
A shawl made from wired ribbon is set over one shoulder and a clothespin doll arms are positioned to make a doll in traditional Nigerian dress. Page 3.
Shaping a Gele Headress on a Nigerian Clothespin Doll.
How to fit a gele headdress made from ribbon on the head of a clothespin doll in Nigerian dress. Page 4.
Dress a Clothespin Doll in a Japanese Kimono
How to dress a clothespin doll in a kimono.
Choose The Fabric Layout For a Clothespin Doll Kimono
How to choose the layout of a fabric for a clothespin doll kimono. Page 2.
Cut the Neck and Front Openings in the Clothespin Doll Kimono
How to cut the neck and front opening for a simplified kimono for a clothespin doll. Page 3.
Fold the Kimono Sleeve Edges to Fit a Clothespin Doll
How to adjust and fold the sleeve edges for a kimono to fit a clothespin doll. Page 4.
Fold and Fit the Front of a Simplified Kimono on a Clothespin Doll
How to fold and fit a simplified kimono to the body of a clothespin doll. Page 5.
Fit a Sash and Adjust the Kimono Length
How to fit the kimono length on a clothespin doll. Page 6.
Choose and Cut Fabric Strips for a Kimono Obi for a Clothespin Doll
How to choose and cut fabric strips to make an Obi or sash for a simplified kimono for a clothespin doll. Page 7.
Make a Bow for the Obi of a Clothespin Doll's Kimono
How to make a bow for a simplied obi for a clothespin doll kimono. Page 8.
Reducing a Child's Room To Elements
Analysing a simple vignette collection of miniature toys laid out for a child's play.
The Nursery From an Adult Viewpoint
A nursery laid out to showcase major elements. Page 2.
Minimal Elements to Define a Nursery Setting
Using minimal elements to define a dollhouse nursery setting. Page 3.
Adding Highlights and a Sense of Time With Lights
Small nursery scene uses lighting to set a mood and showcase particular items. Page 4.
Angles and The Rule of Odds For Furniture Placement in a Dollhouse Nursery
Examples of angled furniture placement for greater display space in a dolls house nursery scene. Page 5.
Analyzing Placement of Nursery Pieces in a Miniature Setting
Analysis of the key features of the composition of a dollhouse miniature nursery scene. Page 6.
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Simple 8 Strand Flat Braids for Model Horse Tack and Dollhouse Miniatures
Easy photo tutorial to help a beginner learn to flat braid or plait with fine materials to make fine flat braids suitable for miniature upholstery, doll clothing, model horse tack or dollhouse matting.
Setting Up The Cords Or Fibers for an 8 Strand Flat Braid
How to set up the cords or fibers to work small scale 8 strand flat braids with an even tension. Page 2.
Where the Sections Go in an 8 Strand Flat Braid Pattern
Pattern for the placement of cords or threads as you plait (braid) an 8 strand flat braid. Page 3.
Holding and Working With 8 Cords on an 8 Strand Flat Braid
Hand position for managing 8 cords on an 8 strand flat braid. Page 4.
Correcting A Braid Made With Uneven Materials
How to keep the correct tension when making a flat braid with uneven cords or materials. Page 5.
Make this Quarter Scale Cabin Setting in a Teacup
How to make a 1:48 (quarter scale) winter cabin scene in a teacup and saucer.
Fit the Door and Window To the Printable Log Cabin Wall and Cut Openings
How to add printable windows and doors to a log cabin scene in a teacup. Page 10.
How to Add a Window and Interior Scene to a Log Cabin in a Teacup
How to add a faux interior to a quarter scale winter cabin scene in a teacup. Page 11.
How to Add the Porch and Step To the Quarter Scale Cabin Scene
How to add the porch assembly and a step to a miniature log cabin landscape in a teacup. Page 12.
How to Add Snow to a Landscape for a Cabin Setting in a Teacup
How to add snow and a bird feeding shelf to a winter cabin scene in a teacup. Page 13.
List of Materials Used to Make a Printable Winter Cabin Teacup Scene
List of Materials Used to Make a Quarter Scale Winter Cabin Scene in a Teacup and Saucer. Page 2.
How to Make a Template for a Cabin Wall to Fit a Teacup
How to make a template for the wall of a cabin set into a quarter scale teacup scene. Page 3.
How to Position the Teacup On The Saucer for the Cabin Scene
Positioning a teacup in order to build a winter landscape scene in the teacup saucer. Page 4.
How to Cut the Rough Porch Support and Landscape For a Teacup Cabin
Mark floral foam to make a base for a cabin scene in a teacup. Page 5.
How to Trim the Florist Foam to Fit a Teacup Saucer for a Landscape
How to trim dry floral arrangement foam to make a basic landscape setting for a quarter scale winter cabin scene in a teacup. Page 6.
Prepare a Floral Foam Landscape for a Teacup Cabin Scene
How to prepare dry floral foam to make a snowy landscape for a miniature winter cabin scene in a teacup. Page 7.
How to Make the Log Wall For A Cabin Scene in a Teacup
How to cut out a log cabin wall printable to fit in a teacup for a winter cabin scene in quarter scale. Page 8.
How to Test Fit The Log Wall Into a Quarter Scale Teacup Cabin Scene
How to test fit a printed log wall into a teacup for a miniature winter cabin scene in quarter scale. Page 9.
How to Shape Dollhouse Scale Sandwich Cookies
Shape chocolate cookies in dollhouse scale for miniature sandwich cookies. Page 3.
How To Assemble the Layers for Dollhouse Scale Turkey Cookies
Build up the basic layers of a miniature turkey cookie in dollhouse scale. Page 4.
How to finish the heads and bodies of dollhouse scale turkey cookies
How to add heads and bodies to dollhouse miniature scale turkey cookies. Page 5.
How to Make a Custom Dollhouse Scale Sandwich Cookie Stamp
How to make a custom stamp for dollhouse scale sandwich cookies. Page 2.
Make Tiny Turkey Cookies in Dollhouse Scale
How to make dollhouse scale miniature cookie turkeys for cupcake toppers or as stand alone cookies.
Make a "Driftwood" Wreath in Dollhouse or Model Scales
How to make a miniature
Prepare Kraft Paper to Make a Narrow Deckle Edge Strip
How to prepare kraft paper to make a deckle edge. Page 2.
Tear a Deckle Edge Along a Strip of Kraft Paper
How to tear a deckle edge on a strip of kraft paper. Page 3.
Wrap Lengths of Wire with Kraft Paper
How to make vine like lengths of kraft paper wrapped wire for a miniature wreath frame. Page 4.
Shape the Miniature Driftwood Wreath Base
How to make a miniature wreath base or frame from kraft wrapped paper wire. Page 5.
Add "Driftwood" To a Dollhouse Wreath Frame
How to add miniature 'driftwood' to a dollhouse scale wreath frame. Page 6.
Adjust The Width of Your Miniature "Driftwood" Wreath
How to adjust the size of a miniature 'driftwood' wreath as you build it. Page 7.
Natural Decorations for a Miniature "Driftwood" Wreath
Where to find suitable nautical decorations for a miniature driftwood wreath. Page 8.
Finish the Miniature Driftwood Wreath with a Coat of Matte Varnish
How to add matte acrylic varnish to a miniature 'driftwood' wreath. Page 9.
Easy Way to Make an Evening Dress for a Doll
Make this easy evening dress for any size or shape of doll using wired ribbon trim and two way stretch fabric.
Materials List to Make an Easy Strapless Prom or Evening Dress for Any Size or Shape of Doll.
List of materials used to make an easy strapless sheath dress for any size of doll. Page 2.
Cut the Fabric Roughly To Size for the Doll's Evening Dress
How to cut a section of fabric to make an easy strapless evening or prom dress for a doll. Page 3.
Make a Gathered Detail on the Front of a Doll's Evening Dress
How to make a gathered front detail on a strapless dress for a doll. Page 4.
Attach Wired Trim to the Top of an Easy Strapless Dress for a Doll
How to attach a wired trim bodice for a simple evening or prom dress for a doll. Page 5.
Enclose the Upper Bodice Seam on the Doll's Dress
How to sew a covered seam on a ribbon bodice for a doll's strapless evening dress. Page 6.
Sew the Seam on an an Easy Strapless Doll Dress
How to sew the back seam and opening on an easy strapless doll dress. Page 7.
Finish an Easy Strapless Dress for a Doll
How to finish an easy strapless evening or prom dress for a doll. Page 8.
Make Tiny Wooden Toy Cars and Trucks for Model and Dollhouse Scenes
How to make miniature toy trucks and cars for the miniature glitter village or as toys for dollhouse scale settings.
Sand Craft Wood to Basic Shapes for Toy Cars and Trucks in Miniature Scale
How to shape miniature parts for tiny wooden toy cars and trucks in dollhouse or micro scales. Page 2.
Use a Pin to Hold Toy Car Parts for Painting
How to paint the tiny parts of dollhouse scale toy cars and trucks. Page 3.
Use Brads and Seed Beads to Add Tires to Dollhouse Scale Toy Trucks
How to add
Use Discarded Plastic Battery Packages to Make 'Glass' Serving Dishes for Dollhouse Food.
How to make 'glass' serving dishes for a dollhouse from recycled plastic packaging for watch batteries.
Look for Plastic Packaging Shapes Which Can Be Used for Dollhouse Dishes.
How to choose plastic packaging to reuse for dollhouse scale dishes. Page 2.
Trim Plastic Packaging For Use
How to trim dollhouse scale packaging to make
Use a Heated Embossing Tool to Shape the Plastic Edge of a Dollhouse Dish
How to heat emboss the edge of a plastic package to make a dollhouse dish. Page 4.
Use Polymer Clay To Make Olives for a Dolls' House
How to make miniature olives from polymer clay. Page 5.
Sew a Simple Santa Claus Hat or Elf Hat Or Toque for Any Size or Shape of Doll or Figure.
Sew this simple Santa Claus hat or a basic elf hat or ski toque for any size or shape of doll using easy hand stitches and stretch fabrics.
Add the Pom Pom To the Top of a Miniature Santa Hat
How to fix a fabric pom pom to the top of a miniature Santa Claus hat. Page 10.
Fix a Fold on a Minature Santa Hat
How to set and hold a fold on a miniature Santa hat. Page 11.
How Much Fabric Do You Need for a Santa Hat?
How to cut stretch fabric to the correct size for a Santa hat for any doll or figure. Page 2.
Sew White Trim to the Edge of the Santa Hat
How to add a line of white trim to the edge of a miniature Santa hat. Page 3.
Fold and Trim the "Fur" Edging Strip For The Santa Hat
How to trim and fold the edging 'fur' strip for a miniature Santa hat. Page 4.
Stitch the Inner Edge of the White "Fur" Trim To Your Miniature Santa Hat
How to finish the
Sew the Main Seam on the Santa Claus Hat
How to sew the main seam on a miniature Santa Claus or elf hat for a doll. Page 6.
Test Fit the Santa Hat on Your Doll
How to check the fit of a miniature Santa or elf hat on a doll or figure. Page 7.
Cut Pom Pom Parts From Stretch Fabric
How to make a miniature pom pom for a Santa hat using scraps of stretch fabric. Page 8.
Sew a Pom Pom to Match the Fur Trim on a Doll Sized Santa Hat
How to sew a miniature pom pom for a dolls Santa hat from scraps of stretch fabric. Page 9.
Printable Miniature Store and Gas Station for a Miniature Glitter Village
Printable miniature store and gas station to make for a glitter village in micro or
Glittering Miniature Village Parts
Tips on adding glitter to printable miniature village parts. Page 2.
Set up the Parts for the Miniature Glitter Village Store
How to prepare the printable parts for a miniature store for a glitter village in micro or
Assemble the Base of the Glitter Village Store
How to fold a printable base for a single or double storey store for a miniature village. Page 4.
Finish the Roof of the Single Storey Printable Glitter Store
How to finish the roof of a printable miniature glitter store with trim. Page 5.
Add a Second Storey to a Printable Miniature Glitter Village Store
How to add a second storey to a base to make a two story printable miniature store for a glitter village. Page 6.
Fold and Glitter the Parts for a Printable Miniature Gas Station or Garage
How to prepare the printable parts in order to make a miniature gas station or garage for an
Assemble the Printable Miniature Glitter Garage Building
How to glue a roof onto a printable miniature garage with a gas bar. Page 8.
Assemble the Printable Miniature Gas Pumps for the Glitter Village Garage
How to build a set of printable miniature gas pumps for a gas station. Page 9.
Make a Miniature Sea Otter and Pup Using Needle Felting Techniques
How to needlefelt a miniature sea otter mother and her pup using simple techniques and small a amounts of wool roving. The finished miniature can be used for a diorama or scene, as a decoration, or to replace a pompom on a hat.
Lay the Felted Sea Otter Pup on the Mother's Body to Test the Fit
How to check the fit of a miniature felted sea otter pup on the body of the mother sea otter. Page 10.
Make Felted Arms, Legs and a Tail for a Miniature Mother Sea Otter
How to felt arms, legs and a tail for the body of a miniature sea otter mother. Page 11.
Finish Making the Body of a Miniature Sea Otter
How to finish the body of a miniature needle felted sea otter. Page 12.
Assemble the Felted Miniature Sea Otter Pup and Mother
How to attach a felted miniature sea otter pup to a mother sea otter's body. Page 13.
Finish the Miniature Felted Sea Otter and Pup
How to trim the finished needle felted sea otter mother and pup for use as an ornament or miniature display piece. Page 14.
Make a Felted Body for a Miniature Sea Otter Pup
How to start making the felted body for a miniature sea otter pup. Page 2.
Match the Size of the Needle Felt Sea Otter Pup Head to the Body
How to needlefelt the basic shape for a tiny sea otter pup. Page 3.
Needlefelt Ears on the Sea Otter Pup's Head
How to begin shaping a needle felted sea otter head. Page 4.
Felt Cheeks and a Muzzle on a Miniature Felted Sea Otter Pup
How to add the cheek and muzzle detail to the needle felted face of a miniature sea otter pup. Page 5.
Felt a Nose and Mouth on the Face of a Miniature Sea Otter Pup
How to felt nose and mouth details onto the face of a miniature sea otter pup. Page 6.
Felt Arms to the Shoulders of a Miniature Sea Otter Pup
How to attach the felted arms to the shoulders of a miniature needle felted sea otter pup. Page 7.
Make Felted Legs and a Tail for a Miniature Sea Otter Pup
How to needle felt legs and a tail for a miniature sea otter pup. Page 8.
Size the Body of a Needlefelted Sea Otter Mother to Fit against a Sea Otter Pup
How to size a body for a sea otter mother to fit with a needlefelted sea otter pup. Page 9.
Simplified Miniature Bermuda Sloop Pirate Ship Made With a Walnut Shell Hull
Make a simplified version of a Bermuda Sloop, similar to
Attach the Jib Topsail to the Bermuda Sloop
How to fix the position of the jib topsail on the bowsprit and mast of a miniature Bermuda sloop or pirate ship model with a walnut shell hull. Page 10.
Fit the Jib To the Bowsprit and Mast of the Bermuda Sloop Model
How to fix the jib to the bowsprit and mast on the miniature Bermuda sloop model. Page 11.
Rig the Stay Sail on a Simplified Bermuda Sloop Model
How to rig the stay sail on a miniature Bermuda sloop or pirate ship set on a walnut shell hull. Page 12.
List of Materials Used to Make a Miniature Bermuda Sloop With a Walnut Shell Hull
Materials list for making a miniature of a Bermuda Sloop or pirate ship using a walnut shell hull, toothpicks, and printable paper or fabric sails. Page 2.
Sand Toothpicks Into a Mast and Bowsprit
How to shape toothpicks into a miniature mast and long bowsprit for a model of a Bermuda Sloop or Pirate ship with a walnut shell hull. Page 3.
Fill the Walnut Shell Hull With Foam or Clay
How to use dry floral arrangement foam or modelling clay to fill a walnut shell hull for miniature miniature Bermuda sloop. Page 4.
Glue the Top Sail to the Yard
How to glue a printed paper top sail to supporting 'yard' to make square sails for a Bermuda Sloop or miniature pirate ship. Page 5.
Set the Mast and Bowsprit Into Position on the Deck of the Walnut Ship
How to set the mast and bowsprit into position on the deck of a walnut hull for a Bermuda Sloop model. Page 6.
Glue the Bermuda Sloop Yard, Gaff and Boom to the Miniature Toothpick Mast
How to glue miniature sail supports to the mast of a model Bermuda Sloop or pirate ship made with a walnut shell for a hull. Page 7.
Place the Bowsprit On the Bow of the Bermuda Sloop
How to position the 'bowsprit' on the bow of the miniature Bermuda sloop or pirate ship model. Page 8.
Prepare the Fore Sails For the Simplified Bermuda Sloop Model
How to prepare the three fore sails for the simplified Bermuda Sloop model. Page 9.
Mix Ochre Colored Polymer Clay From Yellow and Brown
How to mix a basic ochre colored blend of polymer clay as a basis for miniature pasta. Page 2.
Blend Polymer Clay Colors to Match Dried Pasta
How to blend a polymer clay color to match dried pasta in order to make miniature scale spaghetti and other noodles. Page 3.
Polymer Clay for Miniature Dried Pasta Shapes
Successful blending of polymer clay to make dried and 'cooked' pasta in miniature scales. Page 4.
Larger Miniature Pasta Strands Made Using a Polymer Clay Extruder
How to use a polymer clay extruder to make miniature pasta strands for larger miniature scales. Page 5.
Apply Even Pressure to Roll Miniature Polymer Clay Pasta Strands
How to roll scale miniature pasta strands using an acrylic block. Page 6.
Preparing Miniature 'Cooked' Spaghetti Strands from Polymer Clay
How to shape miniature 'cooked' spaghetti strands from polymer clay. Page 7.
Make Dolls House Meatballs for Pasta Displays
How to make tiny polymer clay meatballs for dolls house scale pasta displays. Page 8.
Dollhouse Miniature Pasta in All Stages of Production
How to make dollhouse and miniature scale pasta from polymer clay, including spaghetti, fettuccini and lasagne noodles in
Refinish Dolls House Furniture To a Much Higher Standard Using Trims and Traditional Finishes
How to rework and refinish a standard piece of dolls house furniture using easy and inexpensive techniques.
Other Ways to Create Gesso Trims for Miniature Furniture
How to use gesso for free hand or carved trims for miniatures. Page 10.
Apply Trims and Begin the Final Finish
How to apply trims to miniature furniture and begin to apply the final finish. Page 11.
Add a Two Color Finish to a Miniature Cabinet
How to finish painting your miniature furniture piece. Page 12.
Apply Soft Furniture Wax to Protect the Paint Coat
How to apply a protective coat of furniture wax to a refinished dolls house scale cabinet. Page 13.
Waxed and Painted Dollhouse Cabinet
A stock dollhouse cabinet raised to a new level with paint, wax and gesso trims. Page 14.
Use Dark Wax or Shoe Polish to Bring Out Details on a Refinished Miniature Cabinet
How to use dark furniture wax or shoe polish to bring higher contrast to delicate details on miniature furniture. Page 15.
Changing the Look of a Dark Wax Layer on a Miniature Cabinet
How to control the level of the dark wax layer when finishing a miniature cabinet. Page 16.
Removing Unwanted Dark Wax From Furniture Refinishing Projects
How to remove dark wax from a furniture piece. Page 17.
Final Distressing and Touch Up of a Reworked Dolls' House Cabinet
How to complete the reworking and refinishing of a dolls house miniature cabinet. Page 18.
Choosing a Basic Piece To Refinish
What to look for when choosing a basic piece of miniature furniture or a small box or frame to refinish. Page 2.
Looking for Flaws in a Miniature Refinishing Candidate
How to assess a miniature cabinet or piece of dollhouse furniture for flaws which need repair before the piece can be refinished. Page 3.
Check and Remove Parts of a Dollhouse Miniature Cabinet
Checking a dollhouse cabinet for the type of glue used in order to begin the refinishing process. Page 4.
Removing Glazing from Cabinet Doors
How to remove the glazing from dollhouse cabinet doors. Page 5.
Clarifying the Design Period for a Miniature Furniture Remake
How to refine elements of a piece of miniature furniture to better suit a particular finish. Page 6.
Choosing Trims To Accent a Piece of Miniature Furniture
How to choose or make suitable trim pieces to embellish miniature furniture to suit a particular design period. Page 7.
Cast Fine Scale Miniature Furniture Carvings From Gesso or Plaster
How to cast fine scale miniature furniture 'carvings' or embellishments in a silicone mold. Page 8.
Building Gesso Trims in a Silicon Mold
How to build gesso trims using a simple silicone mold. Page 9.
Make Single Flowered Dahlias in Dolls House Miniature Scales
How to make single flowered dahlias for dolls house and miniature scenes using simple paper punches, colored pencils and wire.
Blend the Final Color Layer and Finish the Reverse of the Dahlia Petals
How to blend the final layer of color on miniature scale dahlia petals. Page 10.
Color Variations for Dollhouse Scale Single Dahlias
Some color variations useful for making miniature dolls house scale dahlias. Page 11.
Add Shape and Texture to Dollhouse Miniature Dahlia Petals
How to emboss paper petals for a dollhouse scale single flowered dahlia. Page 12.
Cut Individual Paper Petals for Dollhouse Scale Single Dahlias
How to trim colored miniature paper petals to the correct shape for single dahlias in dollhouse scales. Page 13.
Glue the Miniature Dahlia Petals to the Flower Center and Stem Wire
How to assemble dollhouse scale single dahlia flowers from punched paper petals. Page 14.
Angle the Dollhouse Dahlia Flower Heads To Use them in Arrangements
How to adjust the dollhouse dahlia flower heads for use in arrangements or displays. Page 15.
Paper Punches You Can Use to Make Dolls House Scale Dahlia Flowers
How to choose a paper punch to make petals for miniature dolls house scale dahlias. Page 2.
Trim Florist's Wire to Length for Dollhouse Scale Dahlia Stems
How to trim wire to the correct length for dolls house dahlia stems. Page 3.
Make Flower Centers for Miniature Scale Dahlias
How to make flower centers for miniature scale dahlias. Page 4.
Prepare Colored Pencils for Coloring Scale Flower Petals
How to sharpen water colored pencils to color dollhouse miniature flower petals. Page 5.
Add Base Color to Dolls' House Scale Dahlia Petals
How to apply the base color to the miniature dahlia petals. Page 6.
Blend the Base Color on Dollhouse Miniature Dahlia Petals
How to blend the first color on miniature dahlia petals. Page 7.
Apply the Mid Range Color to a Miniature Dahlia Petal
How to apply the middle ground color to a dolls' house scale dahlia petal. Page 8.
Add the Dark Contrast to the Miniature Dahlia Petals
How to apply a darker color to the center of miniature dahlia petals. Page 9.
Easy Steps to a Simple Floral Arrangement
Use these simple steps to make an easy floral arrangement in miniature or full size.
Create a Base for a Simple Dollhouse Floral Arrangement
How to make a simple working base for a dollhouse floral arrangement. Page 2.
Green the Base for a Simple Dollhouse Floral Arrangement
How to green the base for a simple miniature floral arrangement. Page 3.
Add Items of Interest to a Simple Floral Arrangement
How to add filler sections to a simple floral arrangement for a dolls house. Page 4.
Make a Range of Miniature Pasta and Noodles From Polymer Clay in Dolls House Scales
How to make dollhouse and miniature scale pasta from polymer clay, including spaghetti, fettuccini and lasagne noodles in
Make a Printable Miniature Medieval Castle for a Halloween or Christmas Glitter Village
Make this printable castle with two towers for a Halloween or Christmas glitter village.
Trim and Glue the Hipped Roof for the Small Printable Castle Tower
How to assemble a printable hipped roof for a medieval castle tower. Page 10.
Glue the Hipped Roof To the Narrow Castle Tower
How to glue the hipped roof to the printable miniature castle tower. Page 11.
Using Glittered Trims on the Parts of a Printable Miniature Castle
How to add glittered trims to a printable miniature castle for a Halloween or Christmas glitter village. Page 12.
Assemble the Tower with Battlements
How to add the battlements to the top of a printable miniature castle tower. Page 13.
Arrange Your Printable Castle Pieces
How to glue the printable castle towers to the castle. Page 14.
Materials List for a Printable Miniature Glitter Castle
List of materials needed to make a printable miniature castle for a Halloween or Christmas glitter village or miniature village. Page 2.
Assemble the Castle Towers and Main Building
How to assemble the main walls of the printable castle building sections. Page 3.
Assemble the Main Printable Castle Buildings
How to glue the main walls of a printable miniature castle together. Page 4.
Glue the Castle Roof Sections
How to assemble the main roof for a printable miniature castle. Page 5.
Glue the Printable Castle Roof to the Main Building
How to glue the main castle roof to the printable miniature castle building. Page 6.
Trim and Fold the Printable Castle Balcony
How to prepare the printable miniature balcony parts for a miniature castle. Page 7.
Glue the Castle Balcony Floor to the Balcony Sides
How to glue the floor and brace into the sides of a printable miniature castle balcony. Page 8.
Add a Balcony to the Sides of a Printable Miniature Castle
How to glue the assembled miniature balcony to the sides of a printable miniature castle. Page 9.
Printable Graveyard or Cemetery for a Miniature Printable Halloween Village
Assemble your own tiny Halloween graveyard using these free printable headstones, mausoleums and fences.
Glue the Final Face of the Printable Miniature Graveyard Cross
How to finish the printable miniature graveyard cross for a Halloween village. Page 10.
Prepare the Parts for the Miniature Mausoleum
How to cut and fold the printable parts for a miniature mausoleum for a Halloween village graveyard. Page 2.
Glue the Porch Sides and Roof Overhang on the Miniature Mausoleum
How to glue the porch sides and roof overhang of a printable miniature mausoleum for a Halloween village. Page 3.
Glue the Mausoleum Roof to the Side Walls
How to glue the roof of a printable miniature mausoleum to the side walls to shape the building. Page 4.
Shape the Miniature Columns
How to assemble the miniature columns for the printable miniature mausoleum. Page 5.
Glue the Columns to the Miniature Mausoleum Porch
How to glue printable columns to the porch of a printable miniature mausoleum for a Halloween Village cemetery. Page 6.
Assemble the Printable Miniature Tombstones for a Halloween Village
How to assemble the printable miniature tombstones for a Halloween village. Page 7.
Assemble the Miniature Graveyard Fence
How to assemble the printable miniature fence sections for a Halloween Village Cemetery. Page 8.
Begin Shaping the Graveyard Cross
How to prepare the printable miniature graveyard cross for assembly. Page 9.
How To Make Miniature Cellophane Food Packages in Dollhouse and Model Scales
How to make miniature scale cellophane food bags for dollhouse and model scenes.
Things You Need to Make Miniature Cellophane Food Packages in Several Model Scales
List of materials used to make miniature cellophane food packages for a dollhouse or model scene. Page 2.
Set Up the Seam on the Back of a Miniature Cellophane Package
How to lay out the back seam on a miniature food package made from recycled cellophane. Page 3.
Use an Iron to Heat Seal Layers of Cellophane For the Back Seam of a Miniature Package
How to heat weld the back seam of a miniature food package made from cellophane. Page 4.
Fixing Minor Problems With Heat Fusing Cellophane for Miniatures
How to deal with cellophane packaging that shrinks as the seams heat fuse when you are making miniature food packages. Page 5.
Use An Iron To Seal the End of a Miniature Cellophane Food Package
How to heat seal the end of a miniature food package in dolls house scale made from recycled cellophane packaging. Page 6.
Making Miniature Cellophane Food Packages With Labels and Designs
How to customize the design of miniature cellophane food packages for dollhouse and model scales. Page 7.
Remove the Parchment Divider and Test a Miniature Cellophane Food Bag
How to remove the parchment paper and prepare to fill a miniature cellphone food bag. Page 8.
How To Make Miniature Cellophane Food Packages in Dollhouse and Model Scales
How to seal a filled miniature cellophane food package in dolls house scale. Page 9.
Make Dollhouse Doilies, Placemats and Paper Napkins With Embossed Details
Use an embosser to make quick raised patterns on tissue and facial tissue for dollhouse miniature paper napkins , placemats and doilies.
Shape a Dolls House Miniature Pedestal Table Base Without a Lathe.
How to shape a pedestal table base for a dollhouse miniature table, using only files and sanding sticks.
Add a Pegged Table Support To a Dolls House Pedestal Table
How to fit a table top support to a dollhouse miniature pedestal. Page 10.
Mark a Section of Dowel to Make a Dollhouse Miniature Pedestal Table Using Files and Sandpaper
How to mark the basic sections of a pedestal table on a piece of wooden dowel. Page 2.
Mark and Begin Shaping a Dollhouse Scale Table Pedestal
How to begin shaping a miniature dollhouse scale pedestal for a table, using files and a craft knife or carving knife. Page 3.
Make Custom Sanding Sticks to Shape Miniature Pedestals for Dollhouse Furniture
How to use sanding sticks to shape the pedestal for a dollhouse miniature table. Page 4.
Cutting Squared Edges With a Miniature Flat File
How to make tight squared lines on a miniature pedestal using flat files. Page 5.
Shape Curves Using Round Files On The Dollhouse Table Pedestal
How to shape curves on a dollhouse table pedestal. Page 6.
Check the Shape of A Filed Miniature Pedestal Against The Original Division Marks
How to check the shaping of a miniature pedestal against the measurements to make sure your shape is correct. Page 7.
Comparison of a Filed Miniature Pedestal Table Base With a Turned Baluster
How to finish a dolls'house miniature pedestal table base made using files and sandpaper. Page 8.
Designing Legs for a Simple Dolls House Pedestal Table
How to lay out a possible leg design for a dollhouse miniature pedestal table. Page 9.
Shape Legs for a Dolls' House Miniature Pedestal Table
How to make simple legs for a custom dollhouse pedestal table using only basic hand tools.
What Size Legs Do You Need For Your Miniature Pedestal Table?
How to work out what length and extension of legs you need for a scale miniature pedestal table. Page 2.
Make a Paper Template For The Legs of a Miniature Pedestal Table
How to make a paper pattern used to cut the legs of a dollhouse miniature pedestal table. Page 3.
Shape Simple Filed Tenons For Dollhouse Miniature Table Legs
How to file and shape simple tenons to join dollhouse miniature table legs to a pedestal table support. Page 4.
File Your Miniature Table Legs to a Finished Shape
How to clamp a set of miniature table legs and file them so they are all the same finished shape. Page 5.
Finish Shaping a Set of Legs for a Dollhouse Pedestal Table Using Sandpaper and Sanding Sticks
How to finish shaping a set of legs for a dollhouse pedestal table using sandpaper and sanding sticks. Page 6.
Mark the Position of the Leg Slots on the Base of the Miniature Table Pedestal
How to measure and mark the position of the leg slots on the base of a dollhouse miniature pedestal table. Page 7.
Cut Slots for Leg Tenon Joins Into the Base of a Dollhouse Pedestal Table
How to cut the slots for leg join tenons into the base of a miniature pedestal table. Page 8.
Join the Leg Tenons Into the Dollhouse Miniature Pedestal Table Base
How to fit the leg tenons into the slots in the base of a dollhouse pedestal table. Page 9.
Make Printable Shamrock Kitchen Canisters for a Dollhouse Scene
Make free printable shamrock design kitchen canisters for a dolls house kitchen to match the other shamrock kitchen printable designs.
Materials Needed To Make Printable Shamrock Design Kitchen Canisters in Dollhouse Scale
List of materials used to make a dollhouse scale set of printable kitchen canisters in a Shamrock Design of green and cream. Page 2.
Make the Main Body of the Shamrock Dollhouse Kitchen Canisters
Assembly instructions to make 1:12 scale printable shamrock design kitchen canisters for biscuits, cookies, flour, sugar, cofee and tea for a dolls' house kitchen. Page 3.
Making Fitted Lids For the Dollhouse Printable Shamrock Kitchen Canisters
How to shape and fit the lids for a set of dolls house scale miniature kitchen canisters with a shamrock design. Page 4.
Fit Bead Handles to the Tops of the Dollhouse Printable Shamrock Kitchen Canisters
Add beads to finish to a printable set of dollhouse scale shamrock kitchen canisters. Page 5.
Make Dollhouse Scale Printable Shamrock Design Serving Dishes
Make free printable shamrock design casseroles and serving dishes for a dolls house kitchen. These coordinate with a printable set of dollhouse kitchen cannisters and a tea / coffee / dessert service.
Materials Used to a Shamrock Design Set of Kitchen Casserole Dishes in Dollhouse Scale
List of the materials required to make printable dolls house kitchen shamrock design casserole and serving dishes. Page 2.
Make Printable Shamrock Design Flower Pots In Dollhouse Scale
How to assemble printable Shamrock design dolls house flower pots. Page 3.
Assemble the Dollhouse Printable Shamrock Fruit Bowl
How to make a shamrock design dollhouse printable miniature fruit bowl for a kitchen serving set. Page 4.
Assemble the Dollhouse Shamrock Casserole and Serving Dish Bases
Assemble the main sections of the dollhouse printable miniature Shamrock design casserole and serving dishes. Page 5.
Make the Dollhouse Printable Miniature Shamrock Serving Tray
Instructions for assembling a dollhouse miniature printable serving tray in a shamrock design. Page 6.
Finish the Dollhouse Printable Shamrock Serving Set
How to finish the printable miniature serving dishes in the Shamrock design for a dollhouse kitchen . Page 7.
Sew This Easy Miniature Bunny From Felt or Other Non- Woven Fabric
This easy to sew miniature bunny is a great project for a beginning sewer. At three inches tall, it will fit alongside several popular woodland creature play figures.
Sew the Whiskers on a Miniature Felt Bunny's Nose
How to sew whiskers on the head of a miniature felt bunny. Page 10.
Make Felt Ears for a Miniature Bunny
How to make ears for an easy to sew miniature bunny. Page 11.
Add Eyes and a Nose to the Miniature Bunny's Head
How to add eyes and a colored nose to finish a miniature bunny sewn from felt or suede. Page 12.
Choose a Fabric To Sew a Simple Miniature Bunny
How to choose fabric to make an easy to sew bunny from a simple two part pattern. Page 2.
Sew the Sides of the Miniature Bunny Head
How to stitch the sides of the easy to sew bunny's head. Page 3.
Sew the Top of the Bunny Head to the Sides of the Head
How to finish stitching the top of the head of an easy to sew miniature bunny. Page 4.
Sew the Front of the Bunny Body to the Back and Head
How to sew the front of an easy to sew bunny to the bunny back. Page 5.
Turn the Body of Your Miniature Stitched Bunny to Prepare it For Stuffing
How to use hemostats or tweezers to turn a miniature sewn bunny body right side out ready to be stuffed. Page 6.
Sew the Bottom Seam of the Final Leg on the Miniature Bunny
How to finish the lower leg seam on a miniature bunny once the body has been turned right side out. Page 7.
Stuff the Body of Your Easy to Sew Bunny
How to add stuffing to the body of an easy to sew miniature bunny. Page 8.
Position and Stitch the Bunny Legs to the Stuffed Body
How to stitch the legs into position to make your miniature bunny sit. Page 9.
Trim the Base of the Permanent Cover on the Miniature Lace Maker's Cookie Pillow
How to finish the base of a miniature lace maker's cookie pillow. Page 10.
Make a Drawstring Channel For a Removable Cover for a Miniature Lacemaker's Cookie Pillow
How to make a drawstring channel on a removable cover for a miniature lace maker's pillow. Page 11.
Pull the Drawstring to Fit the Removable Cover on a Dollhouse Scale Lace Maker's Pillow
How to fit a removable cover over a dolls house scale miniature lace maker's cookie pillow. Page 12.
Shape the Base Circles for a Miniature Lace Maker's Cookie Pillow
How to shape circles from craft wood or heavy card for the base of a scale miniature bobbin lace pillow. Page 2.
Use a Sanding Block To Shape Your Miniature Lace Maker's Pillow Bases
How to use a sanding block to make circular bases for a miniature lace pillow. Page 3.
Shape the Foam Padding for a Miniature Lace Maker's Pillow
How to cut craft foam or card to make padding for a miniature lace maker's pillow. Page 4.
Prepare the Fabric Cover and Padding for a Miniature Lace Maker's Cookie Pillow
How to prepare the fabric cover and the padding to finish the base of a miniature lace maker's cookie pillow. Page 5.
Trim the Batting To Fit Over the Padded Lace Maker's Pillow Base
How to trim batting or felt to cover the foam or card padding on a miniature lace maker's pillow. Page 6.
Fit the Permanent Cover Over a Miniature Lace Maker's Cookie Pillow
How to fit a permanent cover over a miniature lace maker's pillow. Page 7.
Stretch and Glue the Permanent Cover to the Back of the Lace Maker's Pillow Base
How to glue the permanent cover to the back of the lace makers' pillow base. Page 8.
Secure the Permanent Cover of the Miniature Lace Maker's Pillow
How to sandwich the permanent cover of the miniature lace pillow between the two wooden bask disks. Page 9.
Printable Heart Designs for Dollhouse Scale Tissue Papers
Printable miniature heart and cupid designs for use for small scale miniature packaging and tissue papers for pastry cases for muffins, cupcakes and chocolates in dolls house and fashion doll scales.
Best Blog on Miniatures Finalists for the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards
Descriptions of the finalists in the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Blog About Miniatures
Casey's Minis, Readers Choice 2013 Finalist for Best Blog on Miniatures
Description of Casey's Minis as a finalist in the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Blog. Page 2.
DIY Dollhouse Miniatures, Readers Choice 2013 Finalist for Best Blog on Miniatures
Description of DIY Dollhouse Miniatures as a finalist in the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Blog. Page 3.
Jazzi Minis, 2013 Readers Choice Finalist for Best Blog on Miniatures
Description of Jazzi Minis as a finalist in the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Blog. Page 4.
Mini Modern, 2013 Readers Choice Finalist for Best Blog on Miniatures
Description of Mini Modern as a finalist in the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Blog. Page 5.
Otterine, Readers Choice 2013 Finalist for Best Blog on Miniatures
Description of Otterine as a finalist in the 2013 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Blog. Page 6.