Miniature Garden Water Spigot with Soap Dish · Uncategorized

Miniature Garden Spigot with Soap Dish

  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

Brass Etching for Miniature Hinges · Uncategorized

Metal Etching for Miniature Hinges and The Weather Vane

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

Standing Washtub Tutorial

Miniature Standing Galvanized Wash Tub Tutorial

So here I go again.   Late but as least getting it done.  I lost a follower last week and that made me very sad. Thank you all of my faithful followers that hang in there with me!  I do appreciate you all! This is a little bit different as in I used a heavy duty…… Continue reading Miniature Standing Galvanized Wash Tub Tutorial

Cherry Blossom Heart Shaped Wreath · Uncategorized

Cherry Blossom Heart Wreath Miniature Tutorial

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

Miniature Tree Stump Tutorial · Uncategorized

Miniature Tree Stump 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