Bob looks to the future of the house and plans roof partitions and room sizes, along with lighting, flooring, rails on stairs, and light locations. These are all things to have planned before you get too far into assembly so that you do not end up making a building error.
Who doesn't love making minis from items we have lying around the house? Karen shows you how to make realistic mini trees from standard steel wool.
Sue Kirkham from Home Petite Home shows us how to make a tray of tiny toffee apples so delicious you'll want to display them in your own full-size kitchen!
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In the next segment on mini plants, Karen shows Bailey how to make a flowering cherry tree and other realistic plants using crumbled Styrofoam.
Meet Traci Nigon, the new sub-editor of American Miniaturist and Dollhouse Miniatures magazines. Visit online at www.hobbyworld.tv to learn more about these great mini mags.
In this series, Patrick helps us build a variety of structures for our mini backyards. The next project is a great little functioning porch swing.
In this final segment of this series, Patrick details how to expertly install the staircase into your dollhouse or room box scene.
We've got news, views, and plenty to peruse in the second World of Miniatures podcast. Joyce talks to a newcomer about getting started in the hobby.
Join Bailey and Sandi as they look at Sandi's new DVD and try some of her projects in this edition of the World of Miniatures podcast.
Patrick Kinney shows us how to build a stunning miniature birdhouse with an easy-to-use kit from his own line of mini woodworking kits.
Joyce Dean shows us how to wrap presents with this great little kit now available at www.hobbyworld.tv, exclusively from Mini Makes.
Wallpapering your dollhouse can sometimes pose a problem. Miniaturist Malcolm Walser is here to smooth the way in this quick mini tip.