Miss Amelia has released a limited collection of Victorian Steampunk millinery. Beautifully handmade by Janine Crocker these wonderful hats are unique combination of technology and frivolity 19th century style. The first designs are currently available on auction through Ebay.More details at http://missameliasminiatures.com contact email@example.com
Friday, 26 February 2010
Sunday, 21 February 2010
by Barbara Del Duco - printies.homestead.com
A half-inch scale printable (printie) teapot house available to purchase and download here.
With over 100 pages of graphics and instructions the Teapot Mouse House, with it's very own specially designed interior decoration, is easily and strongly constructed by applying the printies to your own cardboard, foamboard and card.
for price, more information and photos please visit Barbara's website...
Saturday, 20 February 2010
Cleopatra is a one of a kind doll by IGMA Artisan Julie Campbell featuring a fine beaded collar and head dress - for detailed information please click here. Cleopatra will be available to purchase at Spring Miniatura.
Julie Campbell - I.G.M.A Artisan
Wednesday, 10 February 2010
Another busy lady behind the scenes of the magazine Janine Crocker
Although I am English by birth for the last 20 years I have lived on the beautiful island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. My Canarian husband and I have 3 lovely, lively children under ten.
My love of dolls houses started at a very young age when my sister and I would spend hours creating scenes and houses for cardboard, paper and plastic dolls. My love of miniatures was rekindled by the gift of a dolls house kit from my parents for my 40th birthday and I soon became totally hooked on customising pieces of furniture for my house and making little accessories. I quickly realised that I would never have room in my house for all the things that I wanted to make and so decided to see if I could sell a few pieces.
Before long I realised that this was what I wanted to do full time and the combination of working from home with a young family and loving every minute of my work is just a dream come true!
‘Miss Amelia’ now specialises mainly in OOAK pieces of miniature millinery and dresses, many of which are reproductions of original fashion garments from all periods. Dressed beds and chaises can be made to order in a wide range of designs and fabrics. My work has been featured in several miniatures magazines both in the USA and the UK.
Thanks to encouragement (and arm twisting) from one of my regular customers I have also started to customise armoires, filling them with dresses and accessories all handmade by myself.
Please visit the Miss Amelia website to browse at http://missameliasminiatures.com/
or contact me, Janine Crocker,
or email: Janine@missameliasminiatures.com
Posted by Artisans in Miniature at 20:14
Tuesday, 9 February 2010
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
Little Missy, tiny 2 yr old toddler complete with hand made trike.
Available here on eBay.
Available here on eBay.
12th scale Buzzard hand sculpted, hand painted and feathered.Available here on eBay.
For more information on Nicky CC and her work please visit...
Monday, 1 February 2010
Posted by Artisans in Miniature at 21:23
One of the very first dolls created by Viola is now available to purchase at a reduced price here.
Dressed in silk and lace with beautifully detailed back to the costume - click on the link above to see more photos.
Or for more information on Viola's work please visit www.violasdolls.com
This is a new 12th scale Victorian barber and customer. Poseable one of a kind dolls sculpted from polymer clay and dressed in hand sewn clothing. The dolls come with accessories shown and will be available at Spring Miniatura from Bellabelle Dolls IGMA Artisan Julie Campbell.
Professor Gwendoline Stout ~ by The Giddy Kipper a Fundraising Auction on Ebay
This is a fundraising auction for my daughters trip next year to Tansania, the trip is organised by World Challenge Organisation and her school and includes a spell renovating a school over there. We hope the auction of this doll will help raise the much needed funds to make this trip possible.
For more information please visit The Giddy Kippers blog on the following link
Posted by Artisans in Miniature at 10:44