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Stones from egg cartons | Creche | Pinterest. Victoria Miniland - BRICK (Page 2) *Life in Miniature*: Making aged slate roof shingles. This month we have another tutorial from Judy Kingsley of Chelsea, Quebec (check out her fabulous fireplace project that was previously featured.) Here she shows us how to create a beautiful slate-shingled roof using textured cardboard. Click on the photos for a larger view. Materials: Textured pulp cardboard, such as that used in egg cartons or in wine boxes to separate rows of bottles (you can get them from a wine store)Acrylic paints in brown, burnt umber, dark burnt umber, orange, off white, grey, lead grey, lichen grey, etc.Ruler, pencil, scissors, paint brushesPaper for guttering Paint the cardboard in whatever base colour you want for your shingles.

For slate a brown or grey base works best. Let your cardboard dry completely. Once dry, cut out the shingles, varying the length and width. Once the shingles are cut, mix them all in a pile so that you will be picking them out randomly. One side of the roof is finished! View of a dormer window and roof edge. Zaboobadidoo « Artistic Model Terrain and Dioramas « Page 3. Tudor Style Row Houses – Part 1 « Zaboobadidoo. Tutorials « Zaboobadidoo. Making Slate Roofs « Zaboobadidoo. Victoria Miniland - BRICK (Page 1) Victoria Miniland - Classes Index. Victoria Miniland - Building. Victoria Miniland - 'Egg Carton' Stone Wall or Floor Class (Pg 1) Before applying stones to the wall, draw horizontal lines at various heights..perhaps one at 1 1/2", the next one at 2 1/4", the next at 2 3/4", 3 1/2".

This is to give you a guideline. Mark these lines similarly around the rest of the walls. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING so that you will understand the whole process. When applying the stone, Tacky Glue will work, but Grrrip or Fast Grab Tacky makes the job a little easier. Work in one section at a time, trying to make the stones match up to the first line, however, some being under or over doesn't matter and does give it interest.

You may find that one stone will fill in the section, while next it you may have a smaller stone and require two or three to meet the line. Use these lines as a guideline only. When you go to apply the second row of stones, stagger it just as one would when shingling a roof. Paso 7 Antes de la aplicaci? Lea todas las instrucciones ANTES DE CONTINUAR para que usted entienda todo el proceso. Pin by Mr Reid on Design & Manufacture | Pinterest. Popsicle sticks house | Creations & Collections. Here’s another crafts project that was made a few months ago. It is a simpler version of a two-storey house and is made mostly of popsicle sticks and barbecue sticks. 1st level 2nd level view at the back front Here’s another one of our latest finished projects – a miniature multi-level house made from popsicle sticks.

Here’s another one of my husband’s finished projects – a miniature modern house made from popsicle sticks. Have a great weekend everyone ! Pins from on Pinterest. Pin by Bunnie Solo on Miniature Dollhouse Turorials | Pinterest. Cinderella Moments: Anthropologie Inspired Dollhouse. My Anthropologie inspired dollhouse is done. It was a lot of fun to make! I found the topiary trees at Michaels craft store. They are place card holders from the wedding section. The house is covered with concrete. This side is just concrete. I painted the trim white, the body of the house is puddy colored(tan) and I aged it. The battery and switch are in the dormer roof. The interior was dreamy to work on! I made the bed from 2 pieces of fencing. I found a canoe at Hobby Lobby. I had to put a couple of glitter trees in there too. The wall of book pages is so perfect for this house. My jar chandelier is my favorite light fixture I've ever made! The Anthropologie Inspired Dollhouse is Musette's future home.

The Bees Knees Cousin: Clay Castles. Note: the beeskneescousin is in the process of moving to our new home, Thanks for your patience during the transition Art SpacesTeachers of all sorts love seeing how others organize their space and visually inspire students. I'm always so excited to see the snapshots that people post this time of year. As I took time this week to set up my own spaces, as well as working on the new website I had an idea to create a new page to showcase art spaces from all over.

A database of sorts that would serve as a visual reference for teachers. Teachers of all sorts could take a look at how others use their spaces and share their own space. StudioÉLAN: Medieval Times. By Eleanor Hendriks March Break Art Camp at StudioÉlan is going well so far this week and their project today was so successful that I thought I'd show it off! We made castle towers and tricked them out with all kinds of medieval elements and details. The series of process photos and the Rapunzel tower are the one I made as an example. The last three pictures are the great work of Lydia, Heather, Madeleine, Ally, Garett and Tyas -way to go guys!

Clay is done for the week -next we'll be working on mosaics, tin punching, printmaking and abstract paper cuttting. I'll post an overview of all the projects after the week is done -I hope they go as well as this one!! Studio E: Tutorials. I am currently hard at work on the Bedroom of 'the Arthur' dollhouse and if you are thinking "What about the Kitchen?

", well I am working on that IN MY MIND, right now. I am seriously avoiding having to work on that staircase in the kitchen which has to be done first, before anything else in that room is started. For Whatever Reason, work on the stairs is scaring the pants off me! I decided to refocus on something Not so intimidating; a distraction until I can work up the nerve to do the stairs. So I decided to work on not only the second floor bedroom, but also the bathroom too. I have been pleasantly surprised that they are both now, very 'Close to Completion', and will be ready to show very soon. I didn't show the photo, but THIS ENTIRE SECTION OF ACETATE WAS GLUED UP INTO THE CURVED TOP OF THE FIREPLACE OPENING. Elizabeth. Glorious Twelfth: Tutorials. As our "tutorials" section has gotten rather large, I thought it would be fun to organize them by house part, and area. I want to make... How To Make a Tudor Casement Window: Here, I demonstrate one way to create an historically accurate, appealing window using commonly available materials.

Once you start making your own windows, you'll wonder why you ever settled for store bought! Creating building components from scratch can be a little intimidating at first, but, trust me, it's worth the effort to learn! How To Make a Lead Paned Window: This tutorial introduces the basic notion of using lead golfer's tape and varnish to create an extremely realistic-looking window. The techniques used here are very simple, and can be adapted to a wide variety of other projects.How To Make a Stained Glass Window: It's simpler than you think! Is there something else you'd like to see? Miniture house*外観 : natural色の生活~handmade家具. 今日は娘のボーイフレンドのJ君がひとりで遊びに きました(^-^)おままごとのお客さんとして(私も) 少し参加することはありますが、基本的にママは用なしです(笑) 2人仲良く遊んでいます(^-^) 子ども部屋から聞こえてくる、小さな声に癒されながら おやつの時間まで私もちょこっと、ひとり時間。

先日、娘に作ったミニチュアハウス★の外観が完成しました^^ 外観壁には、漆喰を塗り、その上から麦茶をかけて少し汚しました。 壁の色は色々と試しましたが、 紅茶は赤くなり× 、 コーヒーはジャンク過ぎで × 麦茶が一番自然な色が出ました(^-^) 一応、すべてホームセンターで売られている材料で作っています。 壁、柵、テラコッタ、小物、ガーデンプレート、木箱など ・・・いちから作ったハンドメイドになります(^^) 一番下にある 『More』に、ちょこっと作る過程を 記載しました(^^) 以前にも書きましたが、すべて独学の作り方ですので 参考になるかはわかりませんが(^^; ご興味がある方は、Moreをご覧下さい♪ 娘と一緒に貼った、壁のグリーン(^^) ちょっと、付けすぎました(汗) 3歳の娘とミニチュアディスプレイについて、意見がぶつかり あうこともありますが・・・(大人気ない、わたし;笑) でもいつか一緒に、作れたらきっと楽しいだろうな・・・ と思います(^^) ~イベントのお知らせ~ ■東京ビッグサイト『ホビーショー、2011』 4月27日、実演(2回)、トークショー(1回のみ)15時半より~ 4月29日、DIY実演(3回) ■東京ビッグサイト『デザインフェスタ Vol、33』 5月15日(日曜日のみ) Bears-mammaさんと雑貨&アクセサリーの出品をします (詳しい詳細は、またこちらでお知らせいたします♪) つくりたい(ハウス)サイズの大きさの板に、細くカットされた板 (フローリング部分)を均等に貼っていきます(^^) このとき私は、ガーデン部分を作るのに、一部だけにフローリングを 貼りました(^^) サイズに合わせた壁を4枚つくり、つなげてのせます。 繋ぎ合わせた壁を床板にのせてハウス壁の完成になります ガーデン部分に使った、テラコッタ。 Dollhouse. | doll house stuff | Pinterest. Pin by Carrie Fletcher on Miniature Tutorials | Pinterest.

Outside charm... | FAIRY GARDENS | Pinterest. Foam Board Model Making House Architectural Model Part 1. Building Foam board Models Making House Scale Model PART 4. Youtube. Foam Board Model Making House Architectural Model Part 2. Architectural Model Time Lapse. Chapel Dolls House Kit - Building & Decorating. Bromley Craft Products - Decorating a Dolls House Kit - Mail Order - Online Shop. Using Realistic Brick Compound and Stencils Introduction This is a step-by-step guide to creating realistic brick and stone finishes using Realistic Brick Compound and Stencils. The basic principle is very simple and not unlike other types of decorative stencilling. The only real difference is that instead of using paint you will be applying Realistic Brick Compound which produces the authentic look and feel of real bricks or stone. Before starting is important to keep in mind that the Realistic Brick Compound is a very easy material to work with.

Building and Decorating a Typical Dolls House Kit The dolls house featured here is the Main Street Corner Shop (1:12 scale) which is a typical MDF kit. Preparation As with most dolls house decoration it is generally easier to apply the realistic brick compound to houses before assembly. The first stage is to prepare the various parts of the kit prior to application. The next stage is to prepare the Realistic Brick / Stone stencil ready for use. Hutch studio. ~ DIY Tulip Tea light ~ I'm always thinking of different ways to use these little battery operated tea lights around the shop. They just make the perfect little warm touch here and there.

Since the Skagit Valley will soon be blooming with vast fields of tulips I thought a little tulip light would be well suited to our studio. Best of all it's a repurposing project that utilize all those old magazines that collect all over the house. Step #1- Collect magazine pages that have a certain color (your choice). Here is all that you need to make your tulip light.

Step #3- Using a pencil or dowel curl the petal pieces starting at the top of the petal. Step #4- Place the petal pieces in a row 5 inches in length overlapping them slightly. Step #5- Using satin finish invisible tape, secure all petal and leaf pieces together along the bottom edge. Turn on the light and happy spring! 3D Home Kit: Complete Materials To Design & Build a Model of Your Own Home Building Project. How to make a model Tudor house out of cardboard. Tudor-style house design guide. Striking in design and frequently copied, the Tudor style dates back to the 16th century where it shaped construction techniques in the UK. Homes were now built from timber and wattle and daub, where they had previously been made from cob or unbaked earth. The appearance of Tudor buildings reflects the way in which they were constructed, rather than being a result of the builders trying to impose a style. So, if you want your new home to have an authentic appearance, you must appreciate the limitations of the materials and technology used to create the originals.

How Tudor homes were built Traditionally, oak was the main source of timber for construction. Tree trunks were used to make posts and beams, and the thicker branches made up the rafters to support the roof. Unseasoned (green) timber was generally used for the main structure because it was softer, which with the tools available, was easier to work. Types of frame A variation on the types already mentioned is the aisled frame.