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DIY doll miniatures

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for DIY doll miniatures. Get inspired and try out new things.
How to Make Miniature Candlesticks

Dollhouse accessories can cost a fortune. With just a few items you already have at home, you can create these miniature candlesticks.

DIY Rustic Dollhouse Chandelier with Candles – Life in Mini

Upgrade your dollhouse lighting with a rustic dollhouse chandelier with candles, made with items you find at the dollar or hardware store.

Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Miniature Collectibles, Miniature Decor, Dollhouse Miniatures, Miniature Perfume Bottles, Handmade https://etsy.me/3eJP9EL #shelbysminishops

Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Miniature Collectibles, Miniature Decor, Dollhouse Miniatures, Miniature Perfume Bottles, Handmade https://etsy.me/3eJP9EL #shelbysminishops

Dollar Tree Table and Chair Up-Do

Hi All! Today I am sharing and Up-Do of a dollhouse table and chair. By changing a few parts and giving a fresh paint job, these pieces w...

Miniature Gold Round Mirrors - Tutorial and Templates (PDF and SVG) - dilly dally dollhouse

Tutorial and templates for a set of modern dollhouse miniature gold round mirrors. Use the SVG file to cut with Cricut or print the template on cardstock

DIY Miniature 1:12 Scale BED & MATTRESS! | How to Make a Mini Wooden Bed Frame : 14 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

DIY Miniature 1:12 Scale BED & MATTRESS! | How to Make a Mini Wooden Bed Frame: I love miniatures and am slowly edging my way towards the big dollhouse project of my dreams, but for now I'm making miniature furniture and accessories to fill it when the time comes :D This tutorial is all about making my own mini bed and mattress…

DIY Dollhouse Frames — Jessica Cloe Miniatures

So, you’ve got your miniature house built, the walls are painted and the flooring is down. What’s next? Well, probably furniture. But after that, it’s time to decorate the walls! Nothing adds realism quite like tiny little framed artwork.