Both of the side tables I made for my doll-collecting friend.
My recent posts have been about miniature furniture that I’ve made for my doll-collecting friend. (Don’t worry, this isn’t a secret project! I’m not ruining a surprise by posting here!)
I saw these really cute two-shelf tables on Pinterest (looking at all the miniatures has started to fill up my Pinterest feed with more minis…) from 1 inch minis by Kris, and decided to make some myself. While she does offer a pattern, it wasn’t in a laser-cutter friendly format, so I re-drafted it in Adobe Illustrator, making a shelf, legs, base, and top. Continue reading
Small triangular shelf for my friend’s doll display
Over the past few weeks I’ve showed off some little miniature furniture I made for my doll-collecting friend, for her to use in her doll display dioramas. When I was made with the items I’d designed and drafted, I had some wooden pieces left over, and decided to make a few more small things, including this triangle-shaped stand.
Clover-shaped miniature doll stand made from leftover pieces from other laser cut projects.
After making a few different little things for my friend and her doll display, as well as a few items like the wooden medieval-inspired lantern for myself, I kind of wanted to continue… and had some interestingly shaped leftover wooden pieces to work with.
Lined up to get into the 2019 Grandmother’s Fabric Sale
I’ve posted about the Grandmother’s Fabric (and yarn) sale a number of times before (you can click the tag to see previous posts) and today I’ll share my scores from the 2019 sale. Continue reading
Wood Asian-inspired miniature doll shelf.
The other day I published a post showing an Asian-inspired shelf made of paper. Once I had sorted out how it went together and liked the result, I decided to do it in wood for my friend as a future gift.
(Don’t worry, I’ve been posting the work-in-progress on my Instagram, so it’s not a secret surprise!) Continue reading