Who doesn't love making minis from items we have lying around the house? Karen shows you how to make realistic mini trees from standard steel wool.
Add a touch of modern class to your miniature scenes with this realistic bonsai tree made with Flower Soft. Karen shows you how easy it is.
In the thirteenth episode, Bob shows us another task we can accomplish while other pieces of our dollhouse kit are drying. Learn how to correctly assemble a window frame from your kit.
Tanya introduces our new Dosllhouse.TV presenter Rosemary Cooper and finds out about her beautiful and unique 1:12 scale dollhouse which she designed and built herself.
In the next episode of Sandra's Top Tips, we learn some fascinating ideas for creating accessories used in Tudor Jacobean miniature displays. As always, make sure to keep an eye out for interesting items that can be used in your miniatures.
In the eleventh episode, Sara reveals a change of heart she had while working on her house and shows us a brand new color scheme! Right in time too, because the next step here is to stucco the foundation.
In the twelfth episode, Bob gives us something to think about while our paint or glue is drying. Particularly looking at the floor layout to prepare for the painting and wallpapering steps. The beauty of a dollhouse kit is that there if flexibility in the floor layout.
In Episode 2 of our tour of Jo McCracken and Bob Funk's amazing dollhouse and room box collection, we see even more and learn their interesting stories.
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Victorian and classic Americana might be some of the most popular decorating themes in miniatures today, but what about modern styles? Expert miniature architect Erik Goddard excels in building modern structures, and he offers some of his design tips with you here.
In this Top Tips segment, Sanda has Christmas on the mind. She will give you some great ideas for sprucing up those standard bottlebrush trees and old ornaments from your tree.
In the tenth episode, Bob has some more time while waiting for glue and paint to dry so he takes a look at the preassembled door that came with the kit and shows us what to keep in mind when we are ready to paint it.
We had the privilege of sitting down with miniature architect Erik Goddard to discuss life, art, and of course, miniatures. Learn the story behind this talented and fascinating artist from the man himself.
In another Top Tips segment, Sandra Harding demonstrates a fun idea for creating taxidermy displays. These unique decor items would be perfect for a gentleman's office or a hunting lodge, and will use up all those small plastic boxes you have sitting around the house.
Nothing gives a miniature structure that sense of realism better than aging and weathering. Erik Goddard, an expert miniature architect, shares with us his tips for achieving our own realistic finishes.
Erik Goddard is a talented miniature architect who specializes in realistic finishes and lighting effects. In this segment, he shares with you a few ideas for maximizing realism in your own miniature lighting effects.
In this demonstration Tanya shows us the techniques used to create a decorative mini grape vine for the garden, complete with twisting vines and gorgeous grapes.
In the eigth episode, Bob shows you how to prepare the roof for shingling that you will complete later in the project. This is a quick step you can do while waiting for glue or paint to dry.
In the ninth episode, Bob begins assembling the many support brackets that will be installed later in the project. Exact alignment is crucial here, and this is another step you can work on while other pieces are drying.
Dollshouse.TV is happy to invite to the studio Carol Rosenthal, a mini flower expert, as she shows Bailey how to make multi-colored Sunshine Tulips.