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.
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
Miniature Asian-inspired paper shelf for my friend’s doll display
If you’ve been reading my blog for a bit, you might remember the holiday gifts I made for my friend and her doll displays. I decided to try out a few more things to accent her displays to give her (no surprises here, she’s already seen my instagram posts). The first thing I wanted to try was an Asian-inspired shelf based loosely off a shelf I saw on Pinterest. Continue reading
A new round of Viking-inspired laser cut horse-head combs
Another super-quick photo post today.
A while back I made a few different Viking Age-inspired horse-head combs based off an extant example. I wasn’t sure how well the tiny teeth would work on the laser cutter, so I only cut a few, but they turned out really well!