Making Miniatures – triangle shelf

Small triangular shelf for my friend's doll display

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.

This is just a quick little show-off post. The construction was super-simple… there was a leftover piece of wood in a triangle shape, and two rectangles that were the same height. They were just glued with wood glue and I put a little bit of weight on top to make it dry solid.

Read more about the other piece I made with leftover wood pieces here.

Small triangular shelf for my friend's doll display

Small triangular shelf for my friend’s doll display

I’ve shown the finished piece here with some of my friend’s tiny doll shoes to give an idea of the scale. I decided not to stain or paint the stand, since I don’t know how my friend will use it – either to elevate a doll, or to display something small in one of her dioramas. This way she can paint or stain it to her liking.

If you love fashion dolls or miniatures, consider following her at @CanadianFashionDoll on Instagram!  If you want to see more of the doll-related things, or miniature things I’ve made, click the tags. If (doll tag, miniature tag)

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