Miniatures ~ Dollhouse & Resources

Part Three of a Three Part Series

Last year, Celine's doll Rosalind gave a tour of Master Edward and Mistress Elizabeth's Victorian home. Since then, there have been some updates and renovations to the house so I thought I'd share those in this little miniatures series.

Miniature Making Resources

Books: 

Online:

See my creativity in our homeschool for more crafting inspiration including supply lists for 3D crafting such as miniature making, sewing, felting, sculpting, wood working etc.

Peeking at the photos from the past couple days of miniature posts will give you some idea of the basics we stock - wooden beads, pipe cleaner, embroidery floss, felt, fabrics, toothpicks, silk flowers, polymer clay, craft wire, and much more. 

Do you know of any miniature making resources? Please recommend them in comments.

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  • Emily

    Emily on March 18, 2011, 12:39 p.m.

    I just love these, Renee. When I saw that you had linked Eliza's creche, I called her over to see. All I can say is that she's beaming. We are both sitting here enthralled with your children's creation. Eliza senses the kindred spirit feeling, for sure! (Me too.) Thanks so much for sharing all these inspiring creations. These works of art are treasured keepsakes in their own right. What we create with our own hands, we love and value even more. In the next few days, I'll be sharing on my blog Eliza's fairy doll house (all made of natural objects), including furniture and accessories. I'd love you to see them.

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  • Shannon

    Shannon on March 19, 2011, 12:49 p.m.

    I love these posts on miniatures, thanks so much! My younger son is very tactile and we've been making a couple of dioramas this year. I love all the ideas you've given and I think we'll put them to good use!

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