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  1. Lips


    From the album: Miniatures "Things" I've made

    Making things out of paper is my favorite thing to do. I use the old outdated Microsoft Paint to create the graphics and XnView for printing them out. I replicated the box for my Mc Kinley dollhouse kit down to the last detail, shown in the top picture. The other boxes came from my imagination. All the boxes come with instructions and wooden pieces as shown in the lower picture.
  2. Hi all, I just picked up the cutest travel trailer kit on eBay. It's called the 1950s style travel trailer kit by Little Habitats. It looks seriously adorable from the black and white instruction booklet but doing a quick google search I've been unable to find out anything about this kit or company. So I'm reaching out to the wealth of knowledge on this site to inform me on what I have Has anyone built one of these? Do you know if they made other kits? Or other minis? Any info is appreciated.
  3. The Lily minature dollhouse all original pieces plus extras. The dollhouse is partially worked with the main structure firm in place, but she still needs a lot of love to finally make her the grand lady she is.
  4. I picked up a dollhouse trunk kit from an estate sale and thought it would be the perfect accessory for my most recent house building project. However, while all of the pieces/components were there, the kit was missing the critical instructions. I thought it would be a cinch since, after all, it was only a basic trunk, but when I poured out the contents there seemed to be a few more pieces than what was represented in the only drawing that was included. First off, just based on the picture (there was no manufacturer information included) can anyone identify this kit? Secondly, I am
  5. From the album: Mini Paper Printables

    score, cut, fold, glue
  6. From the album: Mini Paper Printables

    score, cut, fold, glue
  7. From the album: Mini Paper Printables

    score, cut, fold, glue
  8. I think I finally figured out how to put photos on. The first pic, with the stained siding and red shutters is how the dollhouse came to me. It is a kit from the 1980s that my father-in-law bought because his wife always wanted one and needed a project. Unfortunately she was ill and couldn't really work on it, but he did the build, siding, roofing, chimney and the staining. It's been in his basement ever since. He asked us to take a bunch of stuff from his house - clearing out so he can move to Florida, possibly - and was happy when I agreed to take the dollhouse. My mom al
  9. From the album: Buttercup 2017

    This is the clay work and stained glass windows of the Buttercup. So tomorrow, I have to finish the last little bit of the roof and the base/yard. Then, I can paint! I wasn’t able to work on this today because I had a lot of other things on my plate. I can’t wait to get back at it! Yes, I decided to do the thatch roof on this one. I’ve only done it to 2 other houses before. Some parts already has the 1st (and 2nd) coat of paint on it. Other parts have nothing which is why it looks white still.

    © Tracy Topps, MinisOnTheEdge

  10. From the album: Pastel Tiffani

    new, box still factory sealed
  11. From the album: The Pierce Garage Sale Find and Kit Instructions

    These instructions are old and basically falling apart. The instructions come on one sheet of paper that is 20"x18" and printed on both sides, so in order to be able to scan it I had to divide the sheet into 4 seperate parts. After scanning I used Microsoft Paint to put the pages back together again. In order to reduce the size of the file I had to resize the picture to 15"x10". What I mean to say is that you need to download both pictures onto your computer in order to view them correctly, cuz in here they look to small to be readable.
  12. Lips


    From the album: Miniatures "Things" I've made

    Two of the chairs I made from a kit and two of the chairs I made out of a few scraps of wood. I hope you can't tell which is which, that's the idea anyway.
  13. Dalesq

    Cuckoo Clock

    From the album: A Few Other Things

    I'm working on assembling this cuckoo clock kit I got from M&E Miniatures on Etsy. The detail is awesome and the clock is a laser cut kit made from cherry wood. I've used a couple of different stains on it to get different effects and not obscure the details while trying to get as close to the coloring of a cuckoo clock my dad had. I'm assembling it a little differently than how the instructions tell you to do it, but they are only guidelines, right? April sent me some beautiful tiny pine cones to use in place of the weights that came with this clock, but I haven't been able to

    © DAL Minis

  14. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    <p>I am not sure who made this, but it is a cute little half scale bungalow kit.</p>

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  15. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    I bought about 20 of these d. Anne Ruff kits. They are various styles. I wish she still did some of these as they are pretty popular at shows and online. Unfortunately she only sells the Pretty Pleater and some cornices on Etsy.

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  16. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    <p>If I am ever going to do 1:48 scale, I would start with a kit like this.</p>

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  17. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    Another new to me kit. Another one that I like.

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  18. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    <p>Those of you that like to sew your own rugs will love this.</p>

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  19. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    <p>New to me, but I like it. A cute little store kit.</p>

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  20. From the album: My Latest Mini Finds

    A cute little half scale kit.

    © © 2014 All About Miniatures, LLC

  21. Sunday 1/5/14 Yesterday, the stove kit was started. We took a break after 3 hrs to let the glue set. All that was left were the feet and the knobs, and small final assembly. It was completed today. I don't think I'm going to use the stove "tile mat" that came with the stove. I don't care for it and most of the 1900's stoves I've been looking at don't seem to have anything on the floor under the stoves. So I think I'll omit it or create something else to go under there. All in all I love the stove and total work time was about 3.75 hours.
  22. Jeffrey

    Copper Tub

    From the album: The Boathouse Lakeside Inn (Spring Fling 2013)

    The hardware was repainted with Testors Flat Silver, The feet are sprayed with Valspar flat black. These have a wash of Folk Art Van Dyke Brown and Medium Gray
  23. From the album: My Travel Finds

    My latest find. This was in NE Philly on Craigslist. I got it for $40 and the guy delivered it to my hotel. Normally I take them on the plane with me as checked luggage, but since I am in a walking boot I made a stop at FedEx Office on my way to the airport. I can't wait to get started!
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