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Thinking of sunny days at the park has me making a miniature park bench for my little critters. I wanted the old style bench with the cast iron ends for my project. Hope you will follow along. Cut out 36 pcs of the bench ends out of card stock. You can do this by hand…… Continue reading Miniature Park Bench Tutorial
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Hello and Happy Valentine’s Day! Let’s get started on the wreath. Grab some sewing white and dark brown sewing thread. Just the regular kind. Wind out a length of the brown sewing thread about two feet in length. Cut a square of wax paper 2×2. Apply aleene’s tacky glue to one side. Place one…… Continue reading Cherry Blossom Heart Wreath Miniature Tutorial
Hello all! I think I am back from the dead. It has been a long time. I apologize for such a long time since I have posted. It has been a stressful year. I made the little cherry blossom wreath…are you interested in a how to? Thanks for hanging in there with me…so appreciated. …… Continue reading Interested?
I think all mini makers want to make a Christmas tree to decorate for the holidays. I tried pipe cleaner trees as well as sisal trees and wasn’t happy with the results for an indoor tree to decorate. Well I manage to make the a tree…but the ornaments will have to wait until next year.…… Continue reading Christmas Tree Tutorial
I have had a few people express interest in the tree stump that I use as a prop in some of my miniature animals photography. Fairly simple supplies and an afternoon and you will have a tree stump ready for the garden. Starting with some copy paper cut into 1/4″ strips, toothpick and mod podge. …… Continue reading Miniature Tree Stump Tutorial
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