I'm so excited, I can hardly type! Hobby Lobby has introduced their own line of Roomboxes. At $40 they are pretty reasonable and a good size. They have acrylic fronts AND tops. They come in unfinished wood (shown below and online)*. At less than 11" deep, they will fit perfectly on any bookshelf in your… Continue reading Hobby Lobby has Roomboxes for sale!!
Despite my husband's displeasure, I'm determined to get miniatures displayed in every room of our house. Look, if he can walk past a sock on the floor EVERY DAY for a MONTH and not pick it up, he's not even going to notice miniature room boxes displayed beautifully, right?! So when I started planning the… Continue reading Bathroom Makeover: Displaying Your Miniatures
Applying glue Removing glue Distressing the painted finish on furniture Drapery rod Supports to keep your dollhouse windows open Carving decorations on clay Poking holes in clay Applying tiny dots of paint ½” scale table legs Chair spindles and stretchers make an old-fashioned plate rack use the fancy toothpicks for pegs on shelves or on… Continue reading 25 Uses for Toothpicks
I really wish roombox makers would come out with room boxes that are a standard frame size; 11 x 14 would be perfect! Unfortunately I have multiple room boxes that are bigger than that. One roombox is 14 x 16. I thought I was going to have to buy a custom frame. But then ...… Continue reading Using a Thrift Store Frame on my Victorian Roombox
This easy project makes a miniature stone floor using paperclay and a Houseworks plastic flagstone tile sheet. Learn how to use Creative Paperclay in your dollhouse miniature projects and keep your plastic tile sheets as molds for reusing! I love the Houseworks plastic flooring sheets for their designs but I don't love the plastic… Continue reading How To: Create a Flagstone Floor Using Paper Clay