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Miniature projects

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How I made miniature Eggs + Egg Carton from scratch! - YouTube

One of the miniature that racked my brain quite a bit is the egg cartons, so here's how I make them, starting from the master, two part mold (I used EasyMold...

Make tiny drippy candles like the one's seen here, in Witch Hilda's Cottage. More free miniature dollhouse projects at My Small Obsession, click the link at the bottom of this page. You will also find a video tutorial near the bottom of this page....

Make tiny drippy candles like the one's seen here, in Witch Hilda's Cottage. More free miniature dollhouse projects at My Small Obsession, click the link at the bottom of this page. You will also find a video tutorial near the bottom of this page....

15 Free Tutorials For One Inch Scale Dollhouse Miniatures! Try your hand at painting and aging techniques, kit assembly, clay food, living miniature gardens, paper flowers, and more.

Make Your Own Realistic Dollhouse Scale Miniatures It's been awhile since I've posted about the tutorials available on Cotton Ridge Create! for one inch scale dollhouse miniatures. The images above show the miniature furniture and accessories you can make using various techniques and materials.

It's a Barbie craft tutorial, Dollhouse accessories. If you like Barbie dolls, this video is made specially for you! Here you can find Barbie hacks and DIY idea. DIY miniature purse for dolls we made today. It's a very easy Barbie craft for kids, simple hacks For Your Barbie. You can make like this bag for dolls using foamsheet, gluegun,barbie dollhouse,barbie furniture,barbie dream house dolls,doll

Dollhouse escapes: Recycling-This site is awesome.  RRB

The most important source of inspiration for me, at the early stages of my miniature making, and until today, has been the Swedish miniaturist Eva Malmsten. She has written several books about dollhouses, all about recycling, using your dollhouse eyeglasses and see possibilities where other people just see rubbish. It's all very nice to have expensive pieces made by professionals, and every now and then it's fun to make something from kit, but the most exciting thing about miniature making…