Miniature doll furniture made for my friend for Christmas 2020
You might remember for 2019 I gave my friend @CanadianFashionDoll a few different doll miniatures that I made for her. These included:
If you followed me on Instagram there were also some other things there that I realize I never published either!
For 2020 I made a few more things as well, that I’m looking forward to sharing with you!
trying on the monster-print apron
My friend Skye had a birthday recently, and when I was up in Edmonton at Marshall’s Fabrics I found this super-cool fabric. It has a series of old-school classic movie monsters; the Mummy, a Vampire, Frankenstein’s Monster, and a Werewolf – such fun! She’s a big fan of horror movies, and I thought this would make a good fabric for a gift.
self-designed and 3d printed doll jewellery stands
Back in December I posted about the scanned and 3d printed necklace display stands I made for my friend’s doll collection/dioramas. At the end of the post I mentioned wanting to make bracelet stands as well – and for her birthday, I did! Continue reading
3D printed miniature necklace stands for a holiday gift
Like previous years, I’m writing this before Xmas, and will publish it afterwards to save the surprise… though anyone who checks out my Instagram profile might have had a bit of a sneak preview…
One of my friends collects dolls, and makes little dioramas of her dolls. She purchased a miniature necklace display stand online, and after the LONG shipping time because of the Canadian Postal Union strike, she got it, loved it, and wanted MORE for a little jewellery shop diorama. Continue reading
Teardrop shaped back pack
Someone brought some half-finished garments and fabrics to a SCA tavern in the summer. I took a dress that I thought might fit (and I loved the fabric) with a bit of work, but when I got it home I could tell it wasn’t really going to work as a dress.
I decided to salvage the fabric instead, and with it (and some purple broadcloth I had in my stash) to make a pretty day-pack.