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Fold Over the Cut Edge of a Scrap Metal Ferrule for a Dollhouse Paint Brush
How to fold scrap metal to make a rounded edge on the base of a ferrule for a miniature paint brush. Page 5.
Fit the Metal Ferrule to Finish a Miniature Artist's Paint Brush
How to fit a metal ferrule over the bristles and handle of a dollhouse scale paint brush. Page 6.
Build a Quarter Scale "Stone" Cottage - Sea Witch Cottage
Use the included free cutting diagram to build a simple stone cottage in quarter scale (1:48 or
Assemble a Dutch or Stable Door in 1:48 Scale
How to assemble a
Fit the Door and Hinge Into the Quarter Scale Cottage Wall
How to set a fabric hinge into the door opening of a quarter scale cottage. Page 11.
Finish the Quarter Scale Door Hinge
How to cover and strengthen a fabric hinge used for a quarter scale cottage door. Page 12.
Glue the Walls to the Quarter Scale Cottage Base
How to assemble the walls of the quarter scale Sea Witch Cottage. Page 13.
Finish the Quarter Scale Cottage Loft With a Faux Wood Finish
How to make a quick faux wood floor in quarter scale. Page 14.
Fit A Loft Floor Into a Quarter Scale Cottage
How to fit the loft supports into the quarter scale Sea Witch Cottage model. Page 15.
Add Window Sills and Finish the Wall Corners of Sea Witch Cottage.
How to finish the exterior walls of the quarter scale sea witch cottage. Page 16.
Hinge the Quarter Scale Cottage Roof
How to hinge the roof assembly of the quarter scale Sea Witch Cottage to allow easier access to the loft space. Page 17.
Finish the Back and Interior of Sea Witch Cottage
How to finish any exposed edges on the back of the quarter scale Sea Witch Cottage. Page 18.
Finish the Quarter Scale Cottage Exterior
How to finish the exterior of the Sea Witch Cottage quarter scale model. Page 19.
Parts Diagram and Materials List for A Simple Quarter Scale Cottage
Cutting parts diagram and materials list for the quarter scale 'Sea Witch Cottage' project. Page 2.
Quarter Scale Cottage Interior With Tower
The Sea Witch Cottage in quarter scale showing the interior along with a model tower. Page 20.
Glue Air Dry Clay To the Model Cottage Walls
How to apply a coating of air dry clay to the main building parts of a quarter scale cottage model. Page 3.
Mark a Simple Stone Texture in Air Dry Clay
How to mark a simple squared stone texture in air dry clay to make a model cottage. Page 4.
Set Openings Into Air Dry Clay 'Stone' Walls on a Model Cottage
How to shape air dry clay around openings for model scale
Assemble the Quarter Scale Chimney For Sea Witch Cottage
How to notch foam core board in order to assemble the walls of a chimney for a quarter scale model cottage. Page 6.
Add the Chimney to the Fireplace Wall of the 1:48 Scale Sea Witch Cottage
How to assemble the fireplace wall and chimney of a quarter scale cottage model. Page 7.
Line the Firebox of the Sea Witch Cottage Chimney
How to line the firebox of a quarter scale fireplace with a stone effect made from air dry clay. Page 8.
Use Gesso to Finish the Interior Walls of the Quarter Scale Sea Witch Cottage
How to use gesso to finish the interior walls of a 1:48 scale stone cottage model. Page 9.
Use Recycled Plastic Packaging To Make "Etched Glass" Materials for Miniature and Dolls' Houses
How to use recycled plastic packaging to make embossed plastic that resembles etched glass for use with miniatures and dolls' houses.
Prepare the Materials to Make Embossed Plastic for Miniature Windows and "Glass"
How to choose recycled plastic packaging to make embossed plastic that resembles etched glass in miniature for dolls houses and models. Page 2.
Heat Emboss Recycled Plastic Packaging With a Metal Stencil
How to heat a metal stencil to emboss recycled plastic packaging. Page 3.
Carefully Remove Cooled Heat Embossed Plastic Packaging From a Metal Stencil
How to remove heat embossed recycled plastic packaging from a metal stencil. Page 4.
Possible Uses of Heat Embossed Plastic for Miniatures and Models
How to use heat embossed plastic for miniatures and models, including dolls' houses. Page 5.
Make a Tiny Rabbit Head and Paws for a Dollhouse Scale Easter Cupcake
How to shape tiny rabbit heads and paws for dollhouse miniature Easter cupcakes or Easter jewellery. Page 4.
Cover a Dollhouse Scale Polymer Clay Cupcake with 'Grass' Icing
How to add a grass effect 'icing' made of polymer clay to the top of a dollhouse miniature cupcake. Page 3.
Choosing a Furniture Style for a Miniature Display
Tips on choosing a furniture style for a more effective miniature or dollhouse display.
Best Miniature Blog Finalists for the 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards
Descriptions of the finalists in the 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Blog
Casey's Minis - 2011 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Blog
Information on Casey's Minis, an eclectic miniature blog featuring Tessie the Witch. Page 2.
Mags-nificent Miniatures - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Blog
A description of Mags-nificent Miniatures - a miniature blog by IGMA Artisan Margaret Cassidy from the UK. Page 3.
Mini Garden Guru - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Blog
A description of Janit Calvo's Mini Garden Guru Blog. Page 4.
Mini Modern - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Blog
Information on the blog featuring modern miniature -
Otterine - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Blog
A description of Otterine a miniatures blog by Brae Oktober. Page 6.
2012 Miniature Building Kit Finalists for the Readers' Choice Awards
Descriptions of the finalists in the 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Building Kit
Cerveny - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Dolls House Kit
Information on The Cerveny Store Kit by Victoria Miniland. Finalist in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Building Kit. Page 2.
Crooked Stick Lane - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Dolls House Kit
Information on Crooked Stick Lane. Finalist in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Building Kit. Page 3.
Rosebud Cottage - 2012 Readers' Choice Award Finalist for Best Miniature Dolls House Kit
Information on the Rosebud Cottage Kit by Petite Properties. Finalist in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Building Kit. Page 4.
Best Miniature Product Finalists for the 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards
Descriptions of the finalists in the 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Product
Antique McLoughlin Bros Children's Book Kits From Paper Minis
Antique McLoughlin Bros Children's Book Set from Paper Minis. Page 2.
Battery Operated LED Lamps From Sutton Miniatures - 2012 Best Miniature Product Finalist
Description of the battery operated LED lamps from Sutton Miniatures, a finalist in the 2012 Reader's Choice Awards for Best Miniature Product. Page 3.
Dremel Stylus Lithium Ion Cordless Finalist in the 2012 Best Miniature Product Readers'Choice Awards
Description of Dremel Stylus, Finalist in the 2012 Best Miniature Product Readers'Choice Awards. Page 4.
Book In Miniature Style ll by Christine Verstraete Finalist for the 2012 Best Miniature Product Readers' Choice Award
Description of Christine Verstraete's Book
LED Battery Operated Building Lighting Kits from Evans Designs
Description of the Battery Powered LED Lighting Kits for smaller scale roomboxes and houses by Evan Designs, finalist in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards for Best Miniature Product. Page 6.
Make Tiny Paper Crocus for Model and Dollhouse Scenes
Tutorial on How to Make Dollhouse or Playscale Crocuses for Model Scenes.
Materials List for Making Miniature Crocus in Several Scales
List of the materials used to make tiny realistic crocuses in dolls house or playscale. Page 2.
Parts of a Crocus for Reference
Photo of a crocus for use when making dollhouse miniature crocuses. Page 3.
Paint Paper or Punched Petals For Realistic Miniature Crocus Flowers in Dolls House Scales
How to prepare your paper for miniature crocus flower petals. Page 4.
Add Realistic Stamens to the Centers of Dollhouse Miniature Crocus Flowers
How to make pollen covered stamens for the centers of dollhouse scale miniature crocus flowers. Page 5.
Cut and Shape the Petals For Dolls House Miniature Scale Crocus Flowers
How to shape the petals for scale miniature crocus and begin assembling crocus flower buds. Page 6.
Add a Second Layer of Petals to a Dollhouse Miniature Crocus Flower
How to finish the assembly of dollhouse or playscale miniature crocus flowers and buds. Page 7.
Make Leaves for Scale Miniature Crocus Plants
How to paint, cut and detail tiny leaves for scale miniature crocus plants. Page 8.
Finish Your Dollhouse Miniature Crocuses by Adding Leaves to the Stems
How to add miniature leaves to the stems of dolls house scale crocus. Page 9.
Finish the Miniature Rabbit Head Easter Cupcakes
How to finish assembling the dollhouse miniature cupcakes with rabbit heads poking out of the grass icing. Page 5.
Assemble A Bunny Tail Cupcake in Dolls House Scale
How to make dollhouse miniature Easter cupcakes with bunnies diving down a burrow. Page 6.
Make a Dollhouse Scale Miniature Chick in a Nest Cupcake
How to make a miniature dollhouse scale polymer clay cupcake featuring a tiny chick in a 'nest' of 'chcolate' bark. Page 7.
Miniature "Marshmallow" Chicks and Bunnies in Dolls House Scale
How to make miniature chicks and bunnies in dollhouse scale which resemble popular marshmallow candies.
Prepare Heavy Foil For a Custom Shaped Miniature Cutter
Prepare the foil strip for a custom dollhouse scale cutter for Easter bunny treats. Page 2.
Make Miniature Rabbit Cutters for Dollhouse Marshmallow Easter Treats
How to make a custom rabbit shaped cutter for dollhouse miniature scale 'marshmallow' rabbits. Page 3.
Make a Handle for a Custom Dolhouse Marshmallow Bunny Cutter Using Polymer Clay
Set the custom dollhouse scale cutter into polymer clay to hold the shape for use on air dry or polymer clay. Page 4.
Cut and Shape Your Dollhouse Scale 'Marshmallow' Bunnies
How to make dollhouse scale 'marshmallow' Easter bunnies from air dry clay. Page 5.
Color the Clay To Make "Marshmallow" Easter Chicks
How to color delight air dry clay to make miniature marshmallow Easter chicks in dollhouse scales. Page 6.
Shape the Parts for Dollhouse Miniature "Marshmallow" Chicks
How to shape air dry clay to resemble
Use a Dampened Paint Brush to Give a Final Blended Shape to Your Dollhouse Scale "Marshmallow" Chicks
How to use a paintbrush to assemble and finish the shape for dollhouse scale 'marshmallow' chicks. Page 8.
Make 'mini marshmallows' for Dollhouse Cake and Cupcake Decorations
How to make
Miniature Easter Bunny and Chick Cupcakes Made From Polymer Clay in Dollhouse Scale
How to make dolls house scale miniature Easter cupcakes featuring bunnies and chicks from polymer clay.
Make Scale Grass For Dollhouse Cupcakes from Polymer Clay
How to shape tiny strands of grass from polymer clay for dollhouse scale bunny cupcakes. Page 2.
Print These Free Teapot Wallpaper and Fabric Designs in Dollhouse Scales
Print these free teapot and teacup dollhouse wallpaper designs in several scales. The designs are available in four colorways and three scales
Printable Dollhouse Teapot and Teacup Designs on a Blue Backdrop
Free printable dollhouse scale wallpaper and fabric designs of teapots and teacups on a blue backdrop. Page 2.
Printable Dollhouse Wallpaper and Fabric Designs of Teapots on a Mauve Backdrop
Printable wallpaper and fabric designs of teapots and teacups on a mauve background in three dollhouse scales. Page 3.
Printable Dollhouse Scale Teapot Wallpapers on a Cream Backdrop
Printable wallpaper and fabric designs in dollhouse scales featuring teapots and teacups on a cream background. Page 4.
Printable Beige Backdrop Dollhouse Wallpaper and Fabric Designs Featuring Teapots
Printable dollhouse wallpaper and fabric designs featuring teapots and teacups on a beige backdrop. Page 5.
Description of jewellery headpins and how they are used for miniatures and dolls
How to Use a Jewellery Headpin To Create Hair Accessories for Dolls
Jewellery headpin with decorative tops can be used for a variety of miniature and fashion doll accessories. Page 2.
Make Red Heart Design Printable Dollhouse Kitchen Casseroles and Serving Dishes
Make free printable dollhouse kitchen casseroles and serving dishes in a red and gold heart design.
Materials Needed to Make Dollhouse Scale Printable Red and Gold Heart Design Casserole Dishes
List of the materials needed to make the red and gold heart design printable dolls house kitchen casserole and serving dishes. Page 2.
Assemble the Printable Miniature Red Heart Casserole Dishes
How to assemble the main sections of the printable Red Heart Design miniature casserole dishes. Page 3.
Shape the Lids and Plates for the Printable Red Heart Design Dollhouse Serving Set
How to shape the lids and plates for the printable red heart design dollhouse serving set. Page 4.
Assemble the Printable Red Heart Fruit Bowl
How to create the red heart printable miniature fruit bowl. Page 5.
Make the Printable Red Heart Flower Pots
How to make dolls house flower pots from the printable strips in the Red Heart Pattern. Page 6.
Make the Serving Tray For the Printable Red Heart Serving Set
How to assemble the printable dollhouse miniature serving tray in the red heart design. Page 7.
Finish the Printable Red Heart Serving Dishes
How to finish the dollhouse printable miniature serving dishes in the Red Heart pattern. Page 8.
Make Printable Red Heart Kitchen Canisters or Storage Tins in Dollhouse Scales
Make free printable red heart design kitchen canisters in 1:12, 1:24 or 1:48 scale for a miniature or dolls house kitchen.
Materials List for a Set of Printable Dollhouse Kitchen Canisters in a Red Heart Design
List of materials needed to make a dollhouse scale set of kitchen canisters in the Red Heart Design. Page 2.
Make the Main Body of the Printable Red Heart Kitchen Canisters
Assembly instructions to make 1:12, 1:24 and 1:48 scale red heart design printable miniature canisters for biscuits, cookies, flour, sugar, cofee and tea for a dolls house kitchen. Page 3.
Assemble Fitted Lids For the Printable Red Heart Kitchen Canisters in Dollhouse Scale
How to assemble the lids for a set of dolls house scale miniature kitchen canisters with a Red Heart design. Page 4.
Finish a Dollhouse Set of Red Heart Kitchen Canisters or Storage Tins
Add finishing details to a printable set of dollhouse scale kitchen canisters in a Red Heart design. Page 5.
Make Printable Miniature Chocolate Boxes Featuring Cherubs
These printable miniature square, rectangular and heart shaped boxes decorated with cute cherubs can be filled with chocolates or cookies for valentines displays.
Assemble the Materials to Make Printable Boxes Decorated with Cherubs
List of materials needed to make printable miniature boxes featuring cherubs. Page 2.
Make the Square and Rectangular Printable Cherub Boxes
How to assemble the square and rectangular printable miniature cherub chocolate boxes. Page 3.
Begin Assembly of the Printable Cherub Heart Shaped Boxes
How to prepare the parts for the first stages in assembling a miniature Victorian heart shaped box base and lid. Page 4.
Finish the Sides of the Printable Cherub Heart Shaped Box.
How to finish the base of a printable heart shaped chocolate box in dollhouse scale. Page 5.
Assemble the Second Half of the Printable Heart Shaped Cherub Box
How to shape and fit the sides for the top half of a printable miniature Valentine Chocolate Box. Page 6.
Glue the Top of the Heart Box to the Sides
How to glue the top of a printable miniature heart shaped chocolate box onto the side tabs. Page 7.
Make Dolls House Valentine's Cakes From Floral Arrangement Foam and Paint
How to make detailed decorated valentine's cakes from dry floral arrangement foam, acrylic paints, foil and glitter.
Make Dollhouse Scale Heart Shaped Cakes from Dry Floral Arrangement Foam
How to cut heart shaped cake bases in dollhouse scale from dry floral arrangement foam. Page 2.
Use Pastels To Color Un-Iced Cakes For Dollhouse Cake Decorating Displays
How to color plain un-iced dollhouse cakes for kitchen scenes. Page 3.
Make Bases for Dollhouse Scale Candy Decorations from Punched Foil or Ribbon.
How to make bases for dollhouse scale candy heart decorations. Page 4.
Add Glaze Coats to Foil to Make Dollhouse Scale Candy Hearts
How to add clear glaze to a foil backing to make tiny candy hearts for dollhouse cakes. Page 5.
Make Dolls House Valentine's Cakes From Floral Arrangement Foam and Paint
How to make detailed decorated valentine's cakes from dry floral arrangement foam, acrylic paints, foil and glitter. Page 6.
Make a Clear 'Strawberry' Glaze for a Dollhouse Cake
How to add a clear 'strawberry' glaze made from paint and pva glue or acrylic varnish, to the top and sides of a dollhouse valentine's cake. Page 7.
Make a Chocolate Valentine's Cake for the Dollhouse
How to decorate a chocolate Valentine's cake for the dollhouse. Page 8.
Drill Holes To Mark the Ends of the Wing and Tail Slots
How to set up the wing and tail slots for a miniature 'balsa wood' glider made from veneer or card. Page 5.
Assemble Your Miniature Glider
How to finish the assembly of a scale miniature 'balsa wood' glider. Page 6.
Learn How to Hand or Machine Sew a Simple Wrapped Skirt or Dress for Any Size of Doll
Sew this simple wrapped skirt or dress for any size of doll. The skirt is made from cotton broadcloth / quilt fabric
Make Fine Flexible Faux Leather Fabric
Thin flexible faux leather is useful for a range of miniature and modelling projects across a range of scales. Learn how to make your own to suit your project.
Faux Leather Materials List
List of materials used to make flexible faux leather for miniature and full sized projects. Page 2.
Ways to Create 'Grain' on Faux Leather
How to create faux leather with grain lines from acrylc paint and mediums. Page 3.
Finish Texturing Your Flexible Faux Leather
How to remove the texturing paper and finish the flexible faux leather. Page 4.
Mimic Leather Textures in Miniature
How to create modifications of leather texture for miniatures. Page 5.
Printable Grandma's Fan Quilts for Several Dollhouse Scales
Printable dollhouse quilts pieced in the Grandma's fan design sized for a dollhouse
Grandma's Fan Pieced Quilt in a Shabby Chic Colorway
A grandma's fan pieced quilt design in a shabby chic colorway. Page 2.
Test Fit the Doll Leggings and Finish Hem the Waist and Bottom of the Leg
How to test fit the doll leggings and finish the waist and leg hems. Page 10.
Finish Sewing the Crotch Seam in a Pair of Doll Leggings
How to sew the crotch seam in a pair of doll leggings. Page 9.
Cut and Pin Bias Binding Tape or Ribbon To the Upper Edge of the Simple Doll Dress or Skirt
Prepare binding tape or ribbon to finish the upper gathered edge of a simple doll dress or skirt. Page 10.
Check the Gathers on the Back Side of the Fabric of a Doll Dress or Skirt
How to check the gathers on the top of a doll dress or the waistband to make sure the fabric is distributed evenly. Page 11.
Sew the Bias Binding Tape or Ribbon To the Gathered Upper Edge of the Doll Dress or Skirt
How to sew binding or ribbon to the upper gathered edge of a doll skirt or dress to cover the unfinished edge. Page 12.
Finish the Upper Edge / Waistband of A Simple Doll Dress or Skirt
How to turn bias tape or ribbon over an unfinished fabric edge to finish the edge of a simple doll dress or skirt. Page 13.
Set the Hem of the Doll Skirt or Dress
How to set the hem length for a simple doll wrap skirt or dress. Page 14.
Stitch the Hem on the Simple Doll Wrap Dress / Skirt
How to fold and stitch the hem on a simple doll wrap skirt or dress. Page 15.
Sew a Halter Neck Ribbon and Back Fastening to a Doll Wrap Dress or Skirt
How to fit a neck halter ribbon and back fastenings to a simple wrap dress or skirt for a doll. Page 16.
Hand Sewn Wrap Skirt on Miniature Ball Jointed Doll
Simple hand sewn doll skirt made from quilt fabric shown on a 1:12 scale or tiny ball jointed doll. Page 2.
Choosing the Fabric Pattern and Pattern Position for Small Doll Clothing
How to choose fabric patterns for clothing for small dolls and figures. Page 3.
Use a Simple Running Stitch To Gather The Top of the Doll Skirt or Dress
How to sew a simple running stitch by hand to gather the top of a simple wrap skirt or dress for any size of doll. Page 4.
Finish the Lines of Gathering for Your Doll Skirt or Dress
How to finish sewing two lines of running stitches so you can gather the upper edge of a simple doll skirt or dress. Page 5.
Set the Pattern on the Front of the Simple Doll Dress or Skirt
How to position the pattern on the front of the simple hand sewn doll dress or skirt. Page 6.
How to Fit Gathered Fabric To a Doll's Body To Make a Dress or Skirt
How to fit a section of gathered fabric around a doll to make a simple wrap dress or skirt. Page 7.
Hem Stitch The Side Edges of a Doll Wrap Skirt or Dress
How to hem stitch the opening edges of a simple wrap skirt or dress for a doll. Page 8.
Finishing the Side Edges of the Bias Tape or Ribbon
How to finish a bias tape waistband for a doll skirt. Page 9.
Make a Tiny Wooden Glider in Dollhouse Scale
How to make a dollhouse scale miniature balsa wood glider or airplane using recycled cheese boxes, wood veneer tape, or lightweight card.
Pattern Pieces for a Miniature Balsa Wood Glider
How to draw a pattern for the pieces of a miniature scale balsa wood glider. Page 2.
Finding Veneer or Card to Make a Miniature Glider
Where to find appropriate sized wood or veneer to make a miniature glider in dollhouse scale. Page 3.
Make a Tiny Wooden Glider in Dollhouse Scale
How to make a dollhouse scale miniature balsa wood glider or airplane using recycled cheese boxes, wood veneer tape, or lightweight card. Page 4.
Use a Straw Shoe Horn to Fit Tiny Doll Feet Into Miniature Shoes
How to make a shoe horn to help ease your miniature doll feet into their shoes.
Sew Simple Leggings for Any Size or Shape of Doll
How to make simple knit leggings sized to fit any shape or scale of doll.
Laying Out the Pattern Pieces for a Set of Doll Leggings
How to Layout a Pattern for Doll Leggings. Page 2.
Cut the Fabric Pieces to Make Doll Leggings With No Outside Leg Seam
How to make doll leggings with no outside leg seam. Page 3.
Fabric Pieces For A Pair of Doll Leggings
Parts needed to sew a set of doll sized leggings. Page 4.
How to Sew Fine Knit Seams for Doll Clothing Using a Sewing Machine
Tips for using a sewing machine to sew doll clothing from fine knit fabric. Page 5.
Checking the Sewing Tension for Fine Knits
How to check the tension of your sewing machine to adapt for stablizing fine knits by sewing over paper or tissue paper when making doll clothing. Page 6.
Sew the Leg Seams on a Pair of Doll Leggings
How to sew the leg seams on a pair of doll leggings. Page 7.
Fit the Legs Inside Each Other to Sew the Crotch Seam
How to Line Up the Legs to Sew the Doll Legging Crotch Seam. Page 8.
Make Decorated Sets of Dollhouse Miniature Coffee Mugs From Polymer Clay and Poly Clay Canes
How to make a matching set of coffee or tea mugs from polymer clay and poly clay canes
Use Simple Carving Techniques to Make a Set of Dollhouse Miniature Wooden Kitchen Tools
How to carve a set of miniature wooden kitchen tools
Mark Craft Wood to Carve a Dollhouse Miniature Wooden Spoon
How to measure and mark a piece of scrap wood in order to carve a 1:12 scale wooden spoon. Page 2.
Use Stop and Angled Carving Cuts to Shape the Bowl of a Miniature Wooden Spoon
How to carve the bowl of a miniature wooden spoon. Page 3.
Shape the Bowl of the Dollhouse Miniature Wooden Spoon
How to shape the bowl of a minaiture wooden kitchen spoon in dollhouse scale. Page 4.
Carve a Tiny Handle for a Miniature Wooden Kitchen Spoon
How to carve the handle of a miniature wooden spoon in dollhouse scale. Page 5.
Finish Shaping the Back of the Dollhouse Wooden Spoon Bowl
How to shape the back of the miniature wooden spoon bowl. Page 6.
Finish Carving the Dollhouse Miniature Wooden Kitchen Spoon Handle
How to finish shaping a handle on a dollhouse scale wooden kitchen spoon. Page 7.
Use Simple Carving Techniques to Make a Set of Dollhouse Miniature Wooden Kitchen Tools
How to carve a set of miniature wooden kitchen tools. Page 8.
Finish A Set of Wooden Kitchen Tools in Dollhouse Miniature Scale
How to finish a set of dollhouse miniature wooden kitchen tools. Page 9.
Make Two Part Silicone Putty Molds for Dollhouse Scale Coffee Mugs
How to make molds for miniature coffee mugs. Page 2.
Make the Mug Liners for Dollhouse Miniature Coffee and Tea Mugs
How to make the basic polymer clay liner for miniature coffee and tea mugs. Page 3.
Set the Liner Section for the Dollhouse Coffee Mug Into the Mold
How to set the coffee mug liner into the miniature mold. Page 4.
Make Polymer Clay Canes to Cover Miniature Mugs
How to prepare polymer clay cane slices to cover your miniature coffee or tea mugs. Page 5.
Fit a Polymer Clay Cane Design Over a Miniature Dollhouse Scale Mug
How to set a polymer clay cane over a dollhouse mug liner. Page 6.
Fix the Top of the Dollhouse Coffee Mug Handle
How to fix the top of the dollhouse coffee mug handle in place. Page 7.
Fix the Base of the Handle to the Side of the Dollhouse Coffee Mug
How to fix the base of the handle onto the miniature polymer clay coffee or tea mug. Page 8.
Glaze the Miniature Coffee Mug Exterior
How to glaze the outside of the dollhouse miniature coffee mug. Page 9.
Finish the Interior of a Miniature Mouse House
How to finish and decorate the interior of a miniature mouse house.
Secure the Interior Elecrical Wires on the Mouse House
How to secure the interior electrical wiring runs for the miniature mouse house. Page 10.
Glue the Interior Paper to the Walls of the Miniature Mouse House
How to glue the interior 'wallpaper' to the mouse house walls. Page 11.
Position Floor or Table Lamps For Wiring Runs On the Mouse House Ground Floor
How to set up the floor to cover wiring runs for table or floor lamps in the miniature mouse house. Page 12.
Install the Mouse House Stairs
How to glue the stairs and a floor support to the walls of the mouse house. Page 13.
Glue in a Floor Support For the Upper Floor of the Mouse House
How to add a floor support to the walls of the miniature mouse house. Page 14.
Finish the Electrical Connections and Decorate Your Mouse House
How to finish the wiring and begin decorating your miniature woodland house. Page 15.
Cut the Stair Stringers
How to cut the stringers for the curved stairs of the miniature mouse house. Page 2.
Prepare the Curved Stair Stringers for Finishing
Test fit and paint curved stair stringers for the mouse house interior. Page 3.
Glue the Steps To the Stair Stringers
Assemble a set of miniature curved stairs for a mouse house by glueing steps to stringers. Page 4.
Test Fit the Stairs and Floors in the Mouse House
How to test fit the floors and finished stairs into a miniature mouse house interior. Page 5.
Finishing the Upper Floor of the Mouse House
How to finish the upper floor of a miniature mouse house to resemble floor boards. Page 6.
Make Bark Effect Paper to Line the Interior of the Miniature Mouse House
How to make bark effect paper to line the interior of a scale miniature house for a mouse. Page 7.
Prepare the Wiring Runs for the Lights
How to drill a hole in the base of the mouse house to accomodate electrical wiring runs. Page 8.
Fit the Wires For the Exterior Lights Through the Floor of the Mouse House
Fit the wires for the exterior lights through the floor of the mouse house. Page 9.
Techniques for Faux Cloisonne Miniatures with Acrylic Mediums or PVA Glue and Wire.
How to use fine wire and pva glue or acrylic mediums to make faux cloisonne miniatures
Materials Used to Make Faux Cloisonne Miniatures
List of materials used to make miniature faux cloisonne. Page 2.
Making Simple Wire Shapes for Faux Cloisonne
How to shape wire to make 'cells' for miniature faux cloisonne. Page 3.
Test Dip Assorted Shapes In Various Liquid Mediums To Check the Film Sizes
How to test the strength of the film and the size of pieces of miniature cloisonne you can make. Page 4.
Coloring Your Transparent Cloisonne Films
How to tint PVA glue and artist's acrylic mediums to make colored films for faux cloisonne. Page 5.
Make Miniature Leaves and Petals from Wire Dipped in Colored Glue
How to make miniature leaves and petals using the faux cloisonne technique of wire dipped in pva glue or acrylic medium. Page 6.
Shape Miniature Faux Cloisonne Butterflies
How to shape miniature butterflies for the faux cloisonne technqiue in miniature. Page 7.
Experiment with Blending Colors for Faux Cloisonne in Miniature
How to work with color blends for miniature faux cloisonne. Page 8.
Make Wire Trunks and Branches For Miniature / Model Deciduous Trees
Make wire based trunks and branches for deciduous trees in your choice of model scales. These trees can also be made for Easter, Halloween or jewellery display trees.
Prepare the Wires For a Model Tree Frame
How to prepare wires for a scale model tree frame. Page 2.
Form the First Branches For Your Tree Frame
How to shape clusters of wire branches to begin building a frame for a model tree. Page 3.
Group Model Tree Branchlets Into Larger Tree Limbs
How to build clusters of tree branches into limbs for scale model trees. Page 4.
Balance The Branches of Your Model Tree Frame
How to create balance in the shape of a scale model tree frame made from wire. Page 5.
Combine Sections to Finish the Model Tree Shape
How to build a miniature model tree from wire, by adding equal sections together. Page 6.
Balance Your Tree Branches Around the Trunk
Shape the canopy of a miniature tree made from wire. Page 7.
Finish the Model Tree Frame With a Layer of Acrylic Paint
How to add a bark finish to a scale miniature tree frame. Page 8.
Miniature Metal Bin Pull Handles to Make
How to make metal bin pull handles for dollhouse drawers, and doors/
Make a Bin Pull Handle Mold in Dollhouse Scale
How to make a mold as the basis for embossed bin pull handles in dollhouse scales. Page 2.
Trim the Bin Pull Embossing Mold
How to trim and finish a mold for traditional metal bin pulls in dollhouse miniature scales. Page 3.
Emboss Metal Bin Pulls in Dolls House Scale
How to emboss metal strips to make miniature bin pulls for dollhouse drawers and doors. Page 4.
Fill the Back of the Miniature Bin Pulls For Support
How to fill the back of miniature metal bin pulls to support the metal shape. Page 5.
Beyond the Shoebox - Picking a Container to Show Off Your Diorama
How to pick the best container to show off a simple diorama project for school or display.
Advantages of a Photo Storage Box for a Simple Diorama Container
Learn some pros and cons of photo storage boxes for miniature diorama scenes. Page 2.
What Type of Diorama Suits a Photo Storage Box?
Will a photo storage box fit the type of diorama you want to build? Page 3.
Custom Sized Stage Backdrops for a Diorama
How to build and use a simple stage backdrop for a diorama. Page 4.
Round Containers for Dioramas
Advantages of using round containers for diorama settings. Page 5.
Diorama Containers From Paper Mache that Suggest a Theme
Example of a book box container made from Paper Mache which could be used for a diorama with a book link. Page 6.
Making the Most of a Diorama in a Book Box
The shape of a diorama container can help to tell part of the story line. Page 7.
Using a Simple Custom Built Box for a Diorama
How to build simple customized boxes for Dioramas. Page 8.
Custom Built Break Away Box for a Diorama
Consider building a simple breakaway box to allow multiple views of a diorama. Page 9.
Dress a Clothespin Doll in a Kilt and Velvet Jacket
How to dress a clothespin doll in a velvet jacket and kilt. This costume works for either male or female dolls.
Make a Pleated Kilt and Tarten Socks For a Clothespin Doll
How to fit a clothespin doll with tartan socks and a kilt. Page 2.
Glue the Kilt and Jacket Sleeve To A Clothespin Doll
How to fit a kilt and begin the sleeves of a velveteen jacket for a clothespin doll in highland dress. Page 3.
Add the Jacket Body to a Kilted Clothespin Doll Costume
How to finish the velveteen jacket for a kilt costume for a clothespin doll. Page 4.
Finish the Kilt and Jacket for a Clothespin Doll
How to finish the details on a kilt costume for a clothespin doll. Page 5.
Dress a Clothespin Doll in a Summer Shirt and Shorts
How to dress a clothespin doll in a tropical shirt and shorts. This summer costume will work for either male or female dolls.
Make Shorts For a Clothespin Doll
How to fit a clothespin doll with a pair of shorts. Page 2.
Cut Shirt Fabric for a Short Sleeved Summer Shirt for a Clothespin Doll
How to cut a piece of fabric for a glued on summer shirt for a clothespin doll. Page 3.
Cut the Shirt Front Opening and Hem the Sleeve and Lower Shirt Edges
How to cut a shirt opening and hem the sleeve and lower edges for a summer shirt for a clothespin doll. Page 4.
Finish the Summer Shirt for a Clothespin Doll
How to finish a short sleeved summer shirt and shorts for a clothespin doll. Page 5.
Make a Raised Rim For Your Silicone Putty Dollhouse Plate Stamp
How to make a raised plate rim on a stamp for a dollhouse plate made from silicon putty. Page 9.
Make a Silicon Stamp to Repeat Designs of Dollhouse Scale Plates
How to make a basic design stamp to work with a circular cutter for dollhouse scale plates. Page 8.
Finish a Pierced Polymer Clay Plate in Dollhouse Scale
How to finish a simple pierced plate design in dollhouse scale, made from polymer clay. Page 7.
Shape the Rim of a Pierced Dollhouse Plate
How to set a rim mold for a miniature plate on the back of a decorative pierced design in polymer clay. Page 6.
Making Miniature Plates With Pierced Designs
How to make miniature plates with pierced designs. Page 5.
Use Stamps for Decorative Edges on Dollhouse Miniature Plates
How to stamp a decorative edge around a simple dollhouse plate made from polymer clay. Page 4.
Using Rim Molds for Dollhouse Plates
How to use a rim mold to shape a basic dollhouse plate from polymer clay. Page 3.
Make a Rim Mold For Dollhouse Scale Plates
How to make a simple form from cardboard to shape the rims of dolls house plates from polymer clay. Page 2.
Examples of Dollhouse Plates Made With Polymer Clay
Examples of plates made from polymer clay in dollhouse scales, using simple tools or stamps. Page 12.
Use a Silicone Plate Stamp To Make Incised or Pierced Miniature Plates in Dollhouse Scales.
How to make miniature plates using a simple silicone plate stamp. Page 11.
Trim and Finish a Decorative Miniature Plate Stamp Made From Two Part Silicon Mold Putty
How to Finish a Decorative Rimmed Stamp for Dollhouse Plates. Page 10.
Make Pierced, Stamped and Plain Dessert Plates for the Dollhouse Using Polymer Clay
How to make a range of polymer clay plate styles in dollhouse scales.
Use Recycled Makeup Brushes For Dollhouse Scale Drinking Glasses and Egg Cups or Candle Holders
Use these simple instructions to turn a recycled makeup brush into dollhouse accessories, including drinking glasses, egg cups, and candle holders.
Choose a Recycled Makeup Brush with a Cap Suitable For Dollhouse Drinking Glasses
How to choose a recycled acrylic cap suitable for making dollhouse miniature drinking glasses. Page 2.
Cut A Makeup Brush Cap To Make a Dollhouse Miniature Drinking Glass
How to cut a recycled plastic cap to make a miniature drinking glass in dollhouse scales. Page 3.
Sand the Base of an Acrylic Dollhouse Drinking Glass
How to sand the base of an acrylic makeup brush cap flat to make a drinking glass for a dollhouse scene. Page 4.
Polish the Cut Edges of the Miniature Drinking Glass
How to polish a dollhouse drinking glass made from a section of a recycled makeup brush cap. Page 5.
Hollow Out a Scrap of Acrylic Handle For a Miniature Egg Cup or Candle Holder
How to hollow out the center of a section of acrylic rod or handle to make a dollhouse miniature egg cup, vase or candle holder / votive. Page 6.
File or Sand a Larger Opening for a Dollhouse Miniature Egg Cup, Candle Holder or Vase
How to enlarge an opening drilled into an acrylic handle to make a miniature egg cup or candle holder for a dollhouse. Page 7.
Finish the Contents for a Dollhouse Miniature Juice Glass and Egg Cup Made From a Recycled Makeup Brush Cap
How to make miniature eggs and juice to fill a dollhouse scale juice glass and an egg cup made from the recycled acrylic cap of a makeup brush. Page 8.
Make Multi Petalled Dahlia Varieties in Dollhouse Scales
How to make a range of dahlia varieties in dollhouse scales using paper, wire and watercolor pencils
Punch and Prepare Paper Petals For Double Dollhouse Dahlia Flowers
How to punch and color petals in order to make dollhouse scale dahlias. Page 2.
Shape the Dollhouse Dahlia Centers and Individual Petals
How to prepare petals and centers for double dollhouse scale dahlias. Page 3.
Make the Center of the Dollhouse Miniature Double Dahlia Flower
How to form a multipetal dahlia center in miniature scale. Page 4.
Use an Embossing Tool To Shape the Dollhouse Scale Double Dahlia Flower Petals
How to shape paper flower petals for dollhouse miniature double dahlias. Page 5.
Position the First Petals to Make a Dollhouse Scale Double Dahlia Flower
How to set the first rows of petals to make a dollhouse scale double dahlia flower. Page 6.
Shape the Sides of the Dollhouse Dahlia Flower
How to build out a wide flower shape for a dollhouse scale double dahlia flower. Page 7.
Reverse Petal Shapes To Make a Range of Double Dahlias in Dollhouse Scale.
Experiment with petal shape and color to make a range of double dahlia flower types for your dollhouse arrangements. Page 8.
Assemble the Base of the Miniature Sink Cabinet
How to test fit a sink into a dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet, and begin assembling the cabinet. Page 4.
Cut the Pieces for the Dollhouse Kitchen Sink Cabinet
How to cut the basic casing sections for a dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet. Page 3.
List of Materials Used to Build a Sink Cabinet for a Dollhouse Kitchen
Materials list for a dollhouse scale kitchen sink cabinet. Page 2.
Fit a Door Stop To the Inside of a Dollhouse Sink Cabinet
How to add a door stop to hold the opening doors of a dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet in position. Page 11.
Fit the Upper Hinge Pin for a Dollhouse Kitchen Sink Cabinet Door
How to fit the upper hinge pins into a dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet. Page 10.
Build Sink Cabinets for a Dollhouse Kitchen
How to make a sink cabinet for a custom dollhouse kitchen.
Finish the Sink Cabinet With Simple Door Knobs
How to finish a dollhouse sink cabinet with door handles or pulls. Page 12.
Free Printable Dollhouse Miniature Floor Tiles in Classic French Motif
These sheets of printable miniature floor tiles in a classic French style are available in several colorways.
French Style Dollhouse Floor Tile Printable in a Beige Colorway
Free printable dollhouse floor tiles based on classic French tiles, this time in a beige colorway. Page 2.
Printable Miniature French Tiles in a Mauve Colorway
Small printable tiles for decorative papers or dollhouse floors in a mauve colorway. Page 3.
Printable Miniature French Tiles in Larger Scale in a Mauve Colorway
Larger size printable miniature and dollhouse French tiles in a Mauve colorway. Page 4.
Making Sets of Miniature Teacups From Polymer Clay
How to make sets of teacups from polymer clay. Page 8.
Make Farmhouse Sinks in Dolls' House Scale
How to make a range of farmhouse, Belfast or butler's sinks in dollhouse scale.
Add an Embossed Pattern to the Front of a Dollhouse Scale Farmhouse Sink
How to make a stamped pattern on the front of a dollhouse miniature farmhouse sink. Page 10.
Materials Needed to Make a Dollhouse Scale Farmhouse Sink
Materials list for a dollhouse scale farmhouse sink made over a wood or card base using gesso or air dry clay. Page 2.
Cutting List for the Dollhouse Scale Farmhouse Sink
Cutting list for the base of a farmhouse or butler's sink in dollhouse scale. Page 3.
Begin Assembling the Base of the Farmhouse Sink in Dolls' House Scale
How to assemble the base for a miniature farmhouse sink in dolls' house scale. Page 4.
Shape the Edges of the Miniature Farmhouse Sink Base
How to shape the box for the base of a farmhouse sink in dollhouse scale. Page 5.
Make a Drain for a Miniature Farmhouse Sink
How to make a drain in a miniature farmhouse sink in dolls house scale. Page 6.
Make a Miniature Farmhouse Sink With a Plain Front
How to make a miniature butler's sink with a plain front in dolls' house scale. Page 7.
Make Farmhouse Sinks in Dolls' House Scale
How to make a range of farmhouse, Belfast or butler's sinks in dollhouse scale. Page 8.
Make an Apron Edge on the Top Front of a Farmhouse Sink in Dolls House Scale
How to build up an apron edge on the front of a dollhouse miniature farmhouse sink. Page 9.
Paper Lace Edging for a Miniature Shelf
How to make miniature strips of paper 'lace' to edge shelves in a dolls' house kitchen or pantry
Make a Template for Miniature Paper Lace Edging Strips
How to make a shelf template to aid in cutting strips of shaped paper for dollhouse kitchen shelf edgings. Page 2.
Size Edge Cut Strips of Paper to Fit Dollhouse Shelves
How to cut decorated edge strips of paper to make miniature shelf edging for a dolls' house miniature kitchen. Page 3.
Decorate a Miniature Shelf Edging Strip With Pierced Paper Designs
How to use paper piercing tools to mimic the effect of paper lace for a dolls house kitchen shelf edging strip. Page 4.
Mark the Position for the Sink Support Shelf
How to mark and position the sink support in a miniature dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet. Page 5.
Cut and Trim The Doors For Dollhouse Kitchen Sink Cabinet
How to assemble the door fronts for dollhouse kitchen sink cabinets. Page 6.
Round the Hinged Side of Door To Work With a Pin Hinge
How to shape the edge of a dollhouse sink cabinet door so it can be hinged with a straight pin. Page 7.
Fit The Lower Hinge Pins Into a Dollhouse Sink Cabinet Base
How to fit straight pin hinges into the base of a a dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet. Page 8.
Set the Sink Support Shelf In Position
How to set the sink support shelf into a dollhouse kitchen sink cabinet. Page 9.
Add Opening Glass Front Cabinets to a Dollhouse Miniature Kitchen
How to build custom upper cabinets for a dolls house scale kitchen with opening
Test Fit A Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet Design
How to test fit and finish trim a run of dollhouse kitchen cabinets. Page 10.
Materials Used to Build a Glass Front Upper Cabinet for a Dollhouse Kitchen
Materials needed to build upper cabinets with opening
Assemble the Top and Sides of the Upper Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet
How to begin assembling an upper kitchen cabinet in dollhouse scale. Page 3.
Fit the Back Into the Upper Cabinet Dor a Dollhouse Kitchen
How to glue a back into a simple upper kitchen cabinet for a dolls' house. Page 4.
Make the Frames for the Opening Door of the Upper Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet
How to make the Shaker style frames for the opening
Set Up the Inner Wooden Edge for the Miniature Kitchen Cabinet Door Glass Frame
How to set up the inner wooden edge to sandwich the
Cut and Fit Clear Acrylic Sheet "Glass" Into a Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet Door
How to fit clear acrylic sheet into the center of a dollhouse kitchen cabinet 'glass' door. Page 7.
Fit the Shelf in a Dollhouse Upper Kitchen Cabinet
How to fit a shelf into a dollhouse kitchen cabinet with an opening door. Page 8.
Use a Mini Drill to Fit Hinge Pins Into the Doors of a Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet
How to drill the holes for hinge pins for a 'glass' front kitchen cabinet in dollhouse scale. Page 9.
Make Miniature "Raku" Teapots From Polymer Clay in Dolls House Scales
These tiny dollhouse teapots have opening lids and will pour liquids. They are simple to make from polymer clay in a range of sizes and scales.
Fit a Lid to a Miniature Polymer Clay Teapot
How to cut and fit a lid to a dolls house miniature teapot made from polymer clay. Page 10.
Add a Handle and Edge Details to the Lid of a Dolls' House Teapot
How to add handles and details to the lid of a dolls house scale teapot made from polymer clay. Page 11.
Bake and Sand a Dolls House Scale Miniature Teapot
How to finish a miniature teapot made from polymer clay. Page 12.
Making Adjustments to Cured Miniature Polymer Clay Teapots
How to make minor adjustments to miniatur teapots made from polymer clay. Page 13.
Add a Faux Pottery Glaze to a Miniature Polymer Clay Teapot
How to add a faux pottery glaze to a dolls house miniature teapot made from polymer clay. Page 14.
Materials and Tools Used to Make Dolls House Miniature Teapots From Polymer Clay
List of materials and tools used to make simple dolls house teapots from polymer clay. Page 2.
Shape the Body of a Miniature Teapot Over a Simple Form
How to make the body of a miniature teapot using a simple form. Page 3.
Shape and Texture the Body Of Your Miniature Teapot With Rubber Stamps
How to use rubber stamps to texture and shape the body of a dolls house scale teapot made from polymer clay. Page 4.
Make a Hollow Polymer Clay Spout for a Dollhouse Teapot
How to shape a hollow spout for a dollhouse teapot. Page 5.
Fit a Spout Onto a Dolls House Teapot Made From Polymer Clay
How to blend the spout onto the side of the dollhouse teapot. Page 6.
Make Pinched Spouts or Handles for Miniature Teapots
How to make pinched handles and spouts for dollhouse scale teapots. Page 7.
Make Fit a Textured Handle to a Dolls House Polymer Clay Teapot
How to make and fit a textured handle to the side of a dolls house scale teapot made from polymer clay. Page 8.
Use an Embossing Tool to Shape the Rim on the Top of a Miniature Teapot
How to shape the rim on the top of a dollhouse miniature teapot. Page 9.
Make Sets of Miniature Teacups and Saucers from Polymer Clay
How to make sets of dollhouse scale miniature teacups and saucers from polymer clay
Materials Used to Make Miniature Teacups and Saucers
Materials list for making dollhouse miniature teacups and saucers from polymer clay. Page 2.
Make a Simple Press Mold for a Miniature Teacup
How to make a silicon mold for a dollhouse miniature teacup. Page 3.
Using the Basic Miniature Teacup Mold
How to make teacups from a basic miniature press mold. Page 4.
Sand the Polymer Clay Teacup and Saucer
How to sand and fit the basic miniature teacup to the saucer. Page 5.
Fit a Handle to a Miniature Polymer Clay Teacup
How to fit a handle to a dollhouse scale miniature teacup made from polymer clay. Page 6.
Add a Glaze Coating To a Dollhouse Miniature Teacup
How to add a gloss glaze coat to a miniature teacup made from polymer clay. Page 7.
Gather the Skirt Edge and Stitch it To the Bodice of the Doll Dress
How to gather and stitch a skirt to the bodice of a doll dress. Page 10.
Sew the Back Seam and Opening on a Gathered Doll Skirt
How to sew the back seam of a gathered doll skirt for an empire waisted dress. Page 11.
Sew the Armholes on the Sleeveless Empire Waisted Doll Dress
How to finish the armholes on the empire waisted doll dress. Page 12.
Finish the Bodice Lining and Skirt Hem on the Empire Waisted Doll Dress
How to finish the bodice lining and the skirt hem on an empire waisted doll dress with a gathered skirt. Page 13.
Test Fit the Empire Waist Dress Bodice on Your Doll
How to test fit a dress bodice on a doll. Page 7.
Line the Bodice for an Empire Waisted Doll Dress
How to sew the bodice and bodice lining pieces together for a back opening empire waisted doll dress. Page 8.
Cut the Fabric for the Gathered Skirt of an Empire Waisted Doll Dress
How to cut and prepare the fabric for the gathered skirt of an empire waisted doll dress. Page 9.
Use Traditional Techniques to Weave a Miniature Pastry Basket or Drawer in Dolls House Scale
Use traditional weaving techniques for a wood bottomed basket to make this miniature pastry basket for a dollhouse bakery or tearoom scene. The method can also be used to make simple woven drawers.
Finish the Underside of the Miniature Pastry Basket or Dollhouse Drawer
Finish the wooden base of the miniature pastry basket. Page 10.
Prepare the Base for the Miniature Woven Pastry Basket
How to prepare the wooden base for a dolls house miniature pastry basket or woven drawer. Page 2.
Color the Materials For a Miniature Woven Pastry Basket in Dollhouse Scale
How to color thread and wire for a miniature pastry basket in dollhouse scale. Page 3.
Glue Wire Stakes Into the Base of a Dolls House Pastry Basket
How to add stakes to the base of a miniature pastry basket in dolls house scale. Page 4.
Begin To Weave the Dollhouse Pastry Basket Sides with "Pairing"
How to begin to weave the sides of a dollhouse miniature pastry basket using 'pairing'. Page 5.
Shape a Pullout Handle On a Miniature Pastry Basket or Basket Drawer
How to shape a pullout style handle opening on a miniature pastry basket or basket drawer in dollhouse scale. Page 6.
Bend the Wire Stakes To Begin Forming a 'Trac' Edging on Your Miniature Pastry Basket
How to begin to form a finished wire edge on the top of a dollhouse miniature pastry basket or drawer. Page 7.
Finish The Edge of Your Miniature Pastry Basket
How to tidy the trac edge of a miniature pastry basket. Page 8.
Turn Down the Handle Stakes on the Dollhouse Pastry Basket
How to finish the wire stakes in the pullout handle section of a dollhouse pastry basket or woven drawer. Page 9.
Make Miniature Tea Bags For Dollhouse and Model Scenes
How to make miniature tea bags in dolls house scale.
Materials Used to Make Miniature Tea Bags in Dolls House Scales
List of Materials Used to Make Miniature Scale Tea Bags. Page 2.
Pressing Techniques to Make Miniature Tea Bags
Using fusible bond to make dollhouse scale tea bags. Page 3.
Using Fusible Bond to Join Lightweight Interfacing for Dolls House Tea Bags
How to use fusible bond to join lightweight interfacing to make dolls house scale tea bags. Page 4.
Assembling Tiny Dollhouse Tea Bags With PVA Glue
How to assemble dolls house tea bags using PVA glue. Page 5.
Glue Partitions Into Your Strip of Dollhouse Tea Bags
How to run glue lines to separate a fabric tube into strips of dollhouse scale tea bags. Page 6.
Use Tweezers to Clamp the Glue Lines for Dolls House Tea Bags
How to use a pair of tweezers to clamp fine lines of glue across a strip of lightweight interfacing in order to make dolls house scale tea bags. Page 7.
Separate and Trim Your Dolls House Tea Bags to Shape
How to use sharp scissors to trim dolls house scale tea bags to shape. Page 8.
Add a Paper Tag to a Dolls House Tea Bag
How to add paper tags to the string of dolls house scale tea bags. Page 9.
Paint a Faux Marble Finish in Miniature
Use this faux marble paint technique to make countertops, tiles and other marble objects in miniature scales.
Materials Used to Paint a Miniature Faux Marble Finish
Materials used to make a faux marble finish to suit miniatures and models. Page 2.
Prepare the Base Coat for a Faux Marble Finish in Miniature
How to prepare a base coat for a faux marble paint finish. Page 3.
Prepare the Glaze Colors for a Faux Marble Finish in Miniature
How to prepare glaze coats of paint for a faux marble finish. Page 4.
Apply the Mid Tone Layers for a Miniature Faux Marble Finish
How to apply the mid tones for a faux marble finish in miniature scale. Page 5.
Blend the Spatter Drops Into Your Faux Marble Base Coat
How to blend splattered drops of glaze to make the mid tones for a faux marble finish in miniature. Page 6.
Apply Thin Vein Lines to Faux Marble With a Feather
How to use a feather or a fine brush to add thin vein lines to a faux marble painted finish. Page 7.
Break Up and Blend Out the Vein Lines in Your Faux Marble Finish
How to blend out the vein lines in a faux marble finish in miniature. Page 8.
Make "Glass" Display Cases for Miniature and Dolls House Shops Using Acrylic Sheet
Use sheet acrylic and simple bending and gluing techniques to build a 'glass' top for dollhouse shop display cases.
Mark and Cut the Side Panels for a "Glass" Dislay Case in Dollhouse Scale.
How to mark and cut the side panels for an acrylic display case in dolls house scale. Page 2.
Mark the Curve for the Front Side Corner of a Miniature Acrylic Display Case
How to match the front curve on the sides of a dollhouse scale acrylic display case. Page 3.
Shape a Corner Curve on an Acrylic Display Case
How to shape a curved corner on the side of a miniature acrylic display case. Page 4.
Test Fit The Dollhouse Scale Acrylic Display Case Front and Sides
How to test fit the sides into the front of the miniature acrylic display case. Page 5.
Cut and Fit Shelf Supports For a Miniature Acrylic Display Case
How to cut and fit shelf supports for a miniature acrylic display case. Page 6.