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  1. I have been looking for the type of stair Sally showed too!!! It seems like the stairs available only have one option for newel posts. I would love to see kits where you could pick your own posts and spindles, sort of mix and match style. Beautiful work.
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    it looks great, i would love to see it from the front to get the feel of the depth.
  3. I just found out the other day that someone I work with, and whose style and ethic I really admire, is also a miniaturist. Now I know why I like her so much!!
  4. I like the idea! I looked around on the internet and saw these two, very different, but similar ideas. http://www.thegreenhead.com/2007/11/christ...se-calendar.php http://gingerbreadsnowflakes.com/node/107
  5. I was wondering how it had gone for you--on the last thread you were just starting. I love his outfit! Thank for posting pics!!
  6. LOL! There is a local candle shop called Wix n' Sticks here!
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    wonderful! :inlove:
  8. Lawbre has some big ones, and they will also customize for room size. They aren't cheap, and you could just use the site as a diy model. http://www.lawbre.com/1099_gardian_fireplace.html http://www.lawbre.com/ae200_louie_xvi_fireplace.html
  9. I guess that it depends on how historical vs fantastical you want to be. Tradesmen/women back then had to belong to guilds, it was very structured. A chandler or candler would have been a tradesman. Likely the shop would not have had a name, just a guild sign hanging outside. Official herbalists were usually monks. There were people who work trades unregulated, but they would have most likely operated as a cottage industry, out of their home. Depending on the thing it could be illegal. Of course if you don't want to be bound by boring reality, you could go with a name in the
  10. Alright, I made a second doll. :groucho: His name is Alistair. There are more pictures in my gallery. I spent almost 5 hours dressing this guy, and I am not happy with the result. I love the figure, but the clothes... Ugh I am not a seamstress, that's for sure! Are there places I could buy decent clothes? The patterns I can find are mostly for "historic era" clothes.
  11. I am not sure, I have, so far, put everything on an armature and baked it at once, but there is a product called liquid sculpey that might work...
  12. This is a good site: http://www.thistothat.com For all your gluing needs!
  13. Thanks for the hint on that Sherri, but her clothes are literally pinned on to her in the back with straight pins, so I have to do some major fixing! When you do doll clothes do you sew them, or use glue? I already started my next, before poor Elsa is even finished. The heads are the most fun!
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