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  1. Lips

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    From the album: Barbie Dolls

  2. WyckedWood

    French doll

    From the album: Porcelain bisque dolls and miniatures in 1/12 scale

    One of my more recent porcelain dolls.
  3. Lips

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    From the album: Barbie Dolls

    Back from the dead, cleaned up and restored, I make all their clothes and shoes too.
  4. From the album: Miniature Porcelain Dolls

    .This is a kit from Dana Burton. She painted the face, I dressed her with the direction and materials from her kit. I used A chest that I purchased from Amazon after @grazhina found one Amazon. http://www.greenleafdollhouses.com/forum/?app=forums&module=forums&controller=topic&id=42869#comment-683701
  5. From the album: Verdun manor

    She is under creation. Her leg needed reconstruction.

    © Verdinoir

  6. Lips

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    From the album: Barbie Dolls

    Back from the dead, cleaned up and restored, I make all their clothes and shoes too.
  7. Lips

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    From the album: Barbie Dolls

    Back from the dead, cleaned up and restored, I make all their clothes and shoes too.
  8. From the album: Barbie Dolls

    Back from the dead, cleaned up and restored, I make all their clothes and shoes too.
  9. Lips

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    From the album: Barbie Dolls

    Back from the dead, cleaned up and restored, I make all their clothes and shoes too.
  10. Lips

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    From the album: Barbie Dolls

    Back from the dead, cleaned up and restored, I make all their clothes and shoes too.
  11. This is a highly detailed Window ready for your dollhouse. Made of white PLA. Measures 3.18 x 5.27 x 0.59 Opening is 3 1/4" x 2 1/8" Print Time: 1hrs - 51min Can be found here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/112330858579 All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.This item is sold unpainted. This way you can add your own touch to your piece. This item is designed for 1/10 – 1/12 scale.
  12. So I have spent a good while, looking around online for a crown that is 1:12 scale that can actually fit on a 1/12 doll head. I have seen the miniature british crown jewels and they pretty much look perfect, but I am under the impression they would not fit on any doll head. Does anyone know of a site that sells crowns for small dolls, or even a good tutorial on how I can do it? I have tried to make some from decorative metal, but I am a perfectionist, I just cant seem to be happy with it. I like the crowns that have the four bars that meet up in the middle( not sure what the proper name for the type is), so if anyone knows any good places to look or have any ideas please let me know! Thanks in advance.
  13. I'm new to this blog so I apologize if this post in the wrong place, but I thought it would be neat for people to have a place that they can post information of new dollhouse artist sites they come across. I've just found a new site called "Dollhouses Galore". I was connected with her on Facebook, and now I see she has started her own site to gallery showcase her work. She has at least 7-8 of her completed houses on it now. Her work is unique, and I came across her when she posted an octagon castle. Wonderful stuff to see! Here's the links directly to my favorites: http://dollhouses-galore.weebly.com/octagon-castle-tower.html http://dollhouses-galore.weebly.com/riverview-mansion.html
  14. From the album: miniatures

    I think I will call her "Lucy" for short. She is so cute! I bought her off Amazon, and here she is helping me shop for her new friends. She is an Ai Doll from Jun Planning. Very very happy with this purchase!
  15. From the album: Chalet Alpin/Alpin chalet

    My doll is mad with seed beads, It's same size as playmobil

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2014

  16. spooky0473

    My hikers

    From the album: Chalet Alpin/Alpin chalet

    Anothe view of my hikers.

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2014

  17. From the album: Chalet Alpin/Alpin chalet

    My doll is made with seed beads, It's 7.5 cm tall (same size as playmobil)

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2014

  18. From the album: Miscellaneous Minis

    Here is another way to really work those IKEA doll beds. Like I mentioned in another post, I am off to IKEA soon to get a little something for my "furmily" to have that might keep them out of my dollhouse builds. Hey...I can dream, can't I? ;)

    © ©2014 All About Miniatures

  19. Gonzo

    IKEA Doll Beds

    From the album: Miscellaneous Minis

    Here is a great idea for those of us that have our little furry friends help with our mini builds. People in Japan have started a trend of using IKEA doll beds as beds for their cats and small dogs. What a clever idea! Next trip to Cincinnati I am running to IKEA!

    © ©2014 All About Miniatures

  20. moonberry

    Albert & Inge

    From the album: Harrison

    I bought these 18 inch porcelain dolls many years ago in South Africa. They had all my favourite colours and actually matched my dining room scheme at the time. I'm going to use these colours to paint the Harrison for the Mad Hatter. It has a crazy carnival vibe without losing any masculinity and just "feels" right.

    © Lene Pieters

  21. moonberry

    Lady Camella

    From the album: Furniture for my Garfield

    I saw this Liz Staryk doll on eBay and instantly fell in love with her! I've named her Lady Camella. She is an eccentric expat who lived in various countries and ended up in the Middle East, where she had a fling with a Sheikh who shall remain nameless. Oh, and within ten minutes from arriving in Dubai, she claimed the Garfield to house all her treasures and collections. With fond memories of her adventurous youth, she clearly does not care one bit what anybody thinks of her. What a feisty lady! Her lamé clothing is quite fragile and is starting to unravel a bit, so I have to be extra careful with her. I'd appreciate any advice about protecting the fabric from further damage. And does anyone know more about Liz Staryk? I saw her obituary, but couldn't really find much online about her. She was obviously a very talented dollmaker!

    © Lene Pieters

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