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  1. From the album: Sara's Willowcrest!

    Currently empty, but I'm buying food to fill it up
  2. I've spent the last few weeks making an old fashioned kitchen roombox for my granddaughter for Xmas. I started by stripping a Town Square hutch, which was a real pain. It probably wouldn't have been so bad if the darn thing hadn't been painted black, which had seeped into the wood. I used an easy build roombox from Miniatures.com, but chose to leave the top and the acrylic front off. It's easier for play without the top. I also reinforced the walls to the base by gluing strips of wood along the outside where the walls are glued to the base. I made the hutch along the back wall. After
  3. Lips

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    From the album: Mini Paper Printables

    score, cut, fold, glue
  4. Lips

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    From the album: Mini Paper Printables

    score, cut, fold, glue
  5. Lips

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

    Made from the lid of a tin can....
  6. From the album: ~ Beacon Hill ~

    Furniture test, not a lot of space in this tiny kitchen. The hutch and table were barewood pieces I painted to match the kitchen, tried to distress them a bit too but I think they need more work. Idealy the sink should go under a window but then the furniture will look too crammed... luckily it fits on that narrow wall too. I bought a reutter pot rack so I could have a decent assortment of pots and pans, everything else is from my porcelain collection. I guess I'll use some of the stuff I already had to decorate the house, I'm missing a lot of basic accessories I'll have to get later but I'll
  7. From the album: Back at it!

    Via tutorial from http://1inchminisbykris.blogspot.com/
  8. From the album: Back at it!

    http://1inchminisbykris.blogspot.com/ Tutorial for books and the kitchen dresser!
  9. From the album: San franciscan-555

    Kitchen is done, Not nearly as nice as you all can do but I am happy with it. Wish the inside windows were not pink. No way am i attempting to repaint them inside.
  10. armymom166

    Reworked Hutch

    From the album: Debra's Orchid

    Reworked the hutch, luckily none of the dishes were lost. They are a hand-painted set that came in an Ebay lot and they are perfect for this kitchen. I added more "stuff" since it looked a little bare. Looks like Edna is baking something... yummy!
  11. Mary S.

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    From the album: Furniture First

    I started the furniture before I decided to build a house. It was so much fun that a friend said I should build a house or a moving van! So here is a loarg room box with everything just cramed in. Enter the Orchid, in progress
  12. cloudbound

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    From the album: Cloudbound

    I removed a section of the exterior wall to add some French doors that open onto the covered porch.
  13. From the album: Greenleaf Pierce

    WIPs. This is a Michael's hutch. The top half will become kitchen cabinets. I am painting the interior white and will do the outside in "golden oak" to match the rest of the kitchen. The bottom half is an experiment in making a custom cabinet surround for a 'vintage' pedestal sink. It needs a little more shaping and sanding and will be painted white.
  14. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    Cabinetry painted. I'll do a dark wax wash tomorrow. I also have to research faux granite and DIY cabinet hardware. Sink is framed out. Going to paperclay it tomorrow.
  15. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    I decided to have another try at the Farm Sink. I used cut Balsa wood, Gesso, Acrylic Paint, and last I'll use the dura Clear Gloss Varnish (which I haven't done the varnish yet). I am so thrilled with the way the sink came out and especially the faucet. I made the faucet from polymer clay, wire, wood dowels, and toothpicks that I have painted a metallic bronze. I just love it. I decided to repaint the hardware on the cabinets to match the faucet. I hope my sink comes out as shiny as one of the links that were posted for me. if anyone wants more detailed instruction
  16. From the album: Sugarplum Dollhouse

    this is the beginning of a kitchenette I am making for my dollhouse. I don't really know what I'm doing. I'm winging it. As far as scale.....I'm winging that too. The first floor on the sugarplum house is only 6", so I kind of feel that standard 1:12 furnishings are too large. I'm going to scale down all furnishings so I can make it comfy. I want to extend out a little bar to make two chairs but I'll see how that goes. now for all you professional miniaturist a, remember, I have never done this before. for all newbies, I did this with an sac to knife, ruler, and a p
  17. From the album: Travel Trailer

    This is the first "scratch" piece of furniture that I have ever built. It is a refrigerator, sink, and cabinets for my travel trailer. The doors/drawers don't open, but the drawer knobs and refrigerator handle are made from junk jewelry. The sink basin is a jelly container, and the faucets and spigot are from an odd earring. It is made from thin plywood.
  18. From the album: Spr2015TripGermany

    RL kitchen inspiration for miniature kitchen in Museum der Alltags Kultur Schloss Waldenbuch.
  19. From the album: Lisa's Country Cottage Kit

    Here's another view of the kitchen with the window and trim added. I like this one because you can see the buttery cream vanilla colored ceiling! I haven't added chair rail to the left side because I still have to hang my upper cabinets. And I need something (tile maybe?) to fit between the countertop and the bottom of the cabinets to cover the bit of wall that is still messed up from the door that I bashed in the wrong wall. I also have to add my stove top and oven door in. Painting "The Kitchen Collection" pieces is proving to be tricky as they are metal and I have zero experience w
  20. rackey

    The Main Course

    From the album: Country House - Album 2

    Don't forget the main course, Grandma.
  21. From the album: My First Dollhouse - Beacon Hill

    Yesterday was a SUCCESS! Finished the cabinets, built a little plate rack, the 6hr kitchen window... (thanks Amy for your window hardware tutorial!.. I used the foil from a votive) & wired the light in the oven! Hopefully I can build a pot hanger today...(hopefully!) Oh oh oh... an I put "stuff" in the kitchen... I played!! haha Been waiting on that part! I need more STUFF!
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