It’s been two months already….geez. Life has been getting in the way. You know when all things go broke on you at the same time. Refrigerators should last more than 14 years…right? Here we go…easy peasy. Let’s start with the wheels. When I was making my carts…noticed I said carts…I made my first set of…… Continue reading Dollhouse Goat Cart Tutorial
An easy tutorial for making a vintage style hand water pump with half barrel using mat board, card stock, glue wire and paint. Print out the template and transfer outline for the barrel onto your mat board. I pick up mat board when the craft stores sell the scraps from framing. You can easily…… Continue reading Miniature Water Pump and half Barrel Tutorial
My life has been busy with laughs and giggles. We had our grandchildren here for a week to give Mom and Dad a little break. So here is a little down and dirty quick tutorial for a wood planter box for the garden. Read on through til the end, I have a question for you.…… Continue reading Miniature Wood Planter Tutorial
Whew, I almost didn’t get this one done in time to post for May….trying to stick to my goal of one tutorial a month. I just love the vintage lawn chairs and wanted to make a miniature version. I can almost smell the fresh cut grass and taste the cold ice tea. Supplies: card stock…… Continue reading Miniature Vintage Lawn Chair Tutorial
Happy Memorial Day! A little sneak peak of the tutorial that I am in the process of finishing up here soon.
I just love little bird cages and for the longest time have had a desire to make one. I just hate soldering. Soldering is not my friend. I have made progress on getting some things to solder some of the times. But I am not consistent every time. So….I had to think of a…… Continue reading Miniature Bird Cage Tutorial No soldering!
Don’t forget your bit of green for the day! Wishing everyone a pinch less day!
A quick little tutorial for some miniature Easter decor. If you made the chocolate bunny for your Lindt Chocolate Rabbit box, you are ahead of the game. Here’s the link to the post https://teensyweensybaby.com/2016/03/08/1568/ Grab your little rabbit mold and pop out a couple polymer clay bunnies. You could also just use a…… Continue reading Flocked Grass Rabbits for Mini Easter Decor