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  1. Hi everyone. Planning a project to begin early December as I will be participating in National Writing Month in November but am planning on going to a miniatures fair at the end. I am planning on picking up things for the project while I am there. I am planning a story about the bookstore and it is set in a quaint English village. The idea i am working with right now is that it either started off a part of a french chateau that had burned down and the lord of the area had found it and brought bricks and doorways back. I just don't know if it would look wrong in an english village. My
  2. If somebody has built this kit or one by the Laser Dollhouse Design Company, could they please help me with the flooring pieces. I can get the base to take all the A pieces, but after I tape them together for my dry fit, I cannot get the next floor to fit on top! My last dry fit, I just didn't have the correct tape and simply sat each floor on top of one another after I had completed it. So I have Completed a dry fit three times now, and although with this last time I did have the correct type of tape, I still could not get the flooring to actually fit. HELP! Is ther
  3. From the album: Grapeview Bed & Breakfast

    All done!

    © CheckMouseMiniatures

  4. CheckMouse

    Finished Front

    From the album: Grapeview Bed & Breakfast

    All done!

    © CheckMouseMiniatures

  5. From the album: Grapeview Bed & Breakfast

    All done!

    © CheckMouseMiniatures

  6. From the album: Grapeview Bed & Breakfast

    Installed most of the windows last night.

    © CheckMouseMiniatures

  7. I just got a message from the Betterly's about a new magazine. They and the super sweet people at True2Scale have done a joint venture for Christmas. It's free to download, but they also included a link to buy it if you want. I'm putting in both. e-magazine purchase link I met both of these couples at Philadelphia Miniaturia last year. Wonderful people, and their work is stunning.
  8. I have some tiny 1:48 furniture kits - they look perfectly logical for assembly...but I am wondering about glue. For 1:12 I used wood glue - it was pretty thick. Is there something special I should use for tiny wood kits? Or just use regular wood glue but with a tiny needle dispenser? Thanks!
  9. I'm planning on putting stairs in my cigar box house project. I've looked at Railroad accessories and the stairs have a stringer with treads but no risers. I'm sure this is great for those outdoor setting railroad scenes, but not for my indoor needs. I considered these from Petite properties: http://petitepropertiesltd.com/onlineshop/index.php?_a=product&product_id=279 But I am doing unusually high ceilings in my cigarbox house (4") so these would be too short. I am open to partial faux stairs and "suggestions" of stairs as this scale is hard to work in. IN SHORT
  10. From the album: Scenes & Other Minis

    I typically work in one inch scale (all my houses are that scale-and I like how much detail I can work in at that size), but at a recent show I had a talk with a local miniatures club about quarter scale. Most of them have switched to quarter inch, but it's tough finding shops that sell things at that tiny size, locally anyway, and many mini-artists are working in larger scales. So I told them I would give it a try-I've only had a table at one of their shows so far, but I think they like me. My first quarter inch scale batch was my annual Mini Gingerbread House series, which I posted ear

    © Kyle Lefort 2013

  11. Dr Thaddeus has decided to go into the real estate business and put his quarter scale steampunk fairy house up on the market for sale. Drop by my Etsy store to visit this little charmer when you have a minute. https://www.etsy.com/listing/100771135/quarter-scale-steampunk-fairy-house-an Deb
  12. Ah, springtime when a young mad scientist's fancies turn to love. Would you believe that Dr Thaddeus Robertson has fallen in love with a fairy? Apparently it's pretty serious because he's built a house for her. Well, to be honest he took a quarter scale house (the carriage house from one of the Greenleaf villages) that I'd built about a year ago and finished it. I'd originally intended that house to be a witch's house and had gotten as far as doing the stonework on it but then I got started on the Rosedale and the little house got lost in the shuffle. Dr Thaddeus dug it out of the UFO
  13. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    I've noticed recently that Dr. Thaddeus has been a bit, well, let's say "distracted" of late. I hesitate to use that word because in the grand and everlasting tradition of mad scientists throughout time, the good doctor has never been accused of being attentive. However, his mind has been far from the plans pinned to the wall above his work table. He's been almost secretive about his latest work and has spent much more time than usual on my computer. Yesterday he showed me his most recent invention and I immediately realized what's been going on. He's in love. Oh my goodness, he's

    © deb roberts

  14. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    I've noticed recently that Dr. Thaddeus has been a bit, well, let's say "distracted" of late. I hesitate to use that word because in the grand and everlasting tradition of mad scientists throughout time, the good doctor has never been accused of being attentive. However, his mind has been far from the plans pinned to the wall above his work table. He's been almost secretive about his latest work and has spent much more time than usual on my computer. Yesterday he showed me his most recent invention and I immediately realized what's been going on. He's in love. Oh my goodness, he's

    © deb roberts

  15. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    Here's a close up of the steel roof that is one of my favorite features of the house. Check out the brass "bolts" holding the sheets of "steel" in place.

    © deb roberts

  16. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    Dr Thaddeus wanted to make sure it was easy for his delicate fairy to draw water from her well so he installed this amazing pump. All she has to do now is turn a handle and have steaming hot water. That was really sweet of him!

    © deb roberts

  17. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    This is one of the really fun pieces I created for this house.........it's a carriage lamp that sparkles with brass and a faceted crystal shade.

    © deb roberts

  18. From the album: Steampunk Miniatures

    I've noticed recently that Dr. Thaddeus has been a bit, well, let's say "distracted" of late. I hesitate to use that word because in the grand and everlasting tradition of mad scientists throughout time, the good doctor has never been accused of being attentive. However, his mind has been far from the plans pinned to the wall above his work table. He's been almost secretive about his latest work and has spent much more time than usual on my computer. Yesterday he showed me his most recent invention and I immediately realized what's been going on. He's in love. Oh my goodness, he's fa

    © deb roberts

  19. From the album: My houses in quarter scale

    I made it with carboard and foamboard. My beaded teddy bears love it !!!!

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2012

  20. From the album: My houses in quarter scale

    Pattern from Stenboden n°9417

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2010

  21. From the album: My houses in quarter scale

    I made it with carboard and foamboard

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2012

  22. From the album: My houses in quarter scale

    I made it with carboard and foamboard

    © Elisabeth Vivian 2012

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