Category: dollhouse miniatures

Download This Solar System Poster – Miniature Freebie

As promised in my last post, I’m giving away the solar system poster I designed for my miniature dream room. You are free to use this poster in your personal projects, and you can also incorporate it into projects intended for sale, but please do not sell the poster on its own, nor give it […]

The Miniature Dream Room Gets Dreamy

Ohboyohboyohboy…the dream room is finished! Ready for a tiny tour? First, though, here are more details about the museum exhibit, which the room will be a part of. If you’ll be in the Washington, D.C. area between May and January, be sure to check it out at the National Building Museum. All right, on to […]

A (Very) Colorful Miniature Room

It’s been a busy month here in the studio, and the mice and I have been dividing our time between filling orders, working on the mossy mouse house, and building a new commission for a museum in D.C., which we’re super excited about. The commission is for a room box with the theme “dream room,” […]

New Project: It’s Mousey and Woodland-y

I’ve been working on the new Japanese foods tutorial book, and about a week ago, I hit a major wall. I was feeling serious creative blockage, and I wasn’t enjoying my mini making for the first time in a long time. Mice to the rescue! I’ve decided to take a break on the Japanese food book […]

Mini Food Passport to Japan and Italy

Thanks to The Mouse Market making it on Buzzfeed earlier this week (thanks, Buzzfeed!), the mice and I were slammed with tiny food orders. Now that we’re caught up, it’s time to get back to work on the Japanese food book. But before I show you pics of that, here are some custom-ordered Italian dishes […]

I Heart Donuts

Love is in the air! Well, actually I just got the new issue of Martha Stewart Living in the mail, and it’s all pink and hearts, so I’m totally in the mood for Valentine’s Day now. To kick things off, I’ve made two new styles of heart-shaped donut earrings, and I’ve been wanting to make […]

A Year of Miniature Food

2015 was such a great year, and to recap some of the highlights, here’s a tiny tour of some of the many miniatures I made during the year. January Tea party foods and miniature stationery! I wrote two miniature tutorial books in January: Dollhouse Miniature Tea Party Foods and Dollhouse Miniature Stationery Set. February In February, […]

Making Polymer Clay Ice Cream

I’ve been working on custom orders today, and seeing the finished batch of tiny ice cream cone earrings brought a smile to my face–I just had to share. In addition to yummy standbys, chocolate chip and chocolate, I also created two new flavors: creamsicle and peanut butter cup. If you want to make your own miniature ice […]

FREE Fall Harvest Cake Tutorial

I’ve partnered with Sculpey® to create this fun fall project! Below, I show you how to make a detailed dollhouse cake from polymer clay, perfect for a miniature Halloween wedding diorama, dollhouse harvest party, and other cute displays.  Supplies and Tools Premo colors Spanish olive burnt umber raw sienna Sculpey III sweet potato string bean leaf green […]

Outside of the miniature bakery room box by The Mouse Market

On the Cover of American Miniaturist

My miniature Marshmallow Moon bakery is on the November cover of American Miniaturist–happy day! You can grab a copy at well-stocked newsstands and bookstores or online. Want to see more photos of the bakery? You can download a free eBook with a complete photo tour, down to each tiny cake and scoop of ice cream. […]

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