Wanting a garden spigot for my little raccoon. I tried out something new for me. 3D printing. I have been tinkering with some tutorials using blender, fusion360 and with the tinkercad program. What a learning curve but love learning something new. Are any of you out there trying out 3D printing? Here is…… Continue reading Miniature Garden Spigot with Soap Dish
Happy Mothers Day!
Travel back in time to December and you will arrive at a better time and place where Pugsly the pug is getting ready for Christmas and had received an abundance of mail to sort. I just wanted to share the template for the mail box that I made for a prop for Pugsly. The square…… Continue reading Miniature Mailbox Template
So I missed a couple of shots to show gluing the sides onto the base. But just lay the base on its side and line up one side and glue. Be sure to have the sides facing the right direction before you glue. Once dried, add the other side and hold in place with…… Continue reading Miniature Chicken Coop Part Three
My little adventure in metal etching to make my own hinges and the weather vane for the chicken coop. There are a lot of great tutorials for metal etching and this is just a little outline of my journey through the process. I started with the easiest process that I found. Etching with ferric chloride. …… Continue reading Metal Etching for Miniature Hinges and The Weather Vane
Sorry for the long long pause. With my tiger getting lost on it’s way to its new home and this whole pandemic scenario, I have just not been able to get my creative self working. I have another little kitty which is in limbo land on its way to France. Not sure if it…… Continue reading Chicken Coop Part Two
Miniature Chicken Coop Tutorial Part One Base
Miniature Chicken coop with raised planter bed. Worked out a little miniature coop for my little poultry. I saw this cute little chicken coop and wanted one. I can’t have it in real life…but miniature will work for me and I don’t have to clean out the poop.
So are you enjoying your summer? Ours has suddenly turned so hot and I have cool water on my mind. How about a little swimming pool for a summer setting? I start with a disposable 5.5 oz food cup. Determine the height that you want and mark for cutting. I placed a marker on item…… Continue reading Little Swimming Pool Tutorial
So I have been watching a You Tube channel (YouTube Channel Thicketworks) that has some interesting DIY videos for a secret garden in miniature. Fountain, benches, table , birdbath, door, pavers and brickwork to name a few. She uses the Crickcut Maker and provides svg files to download for free. Thought you all might be…… Continue reading Interesting find on You Tube