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Thanks to new technology, you can now view your American Miniaturist and Dollhouse Miniatures iMag subscriptions on your iPad. We show you how!
Whether you've fired your own pieces or purchased some at a dollhouse shop, you need to know how to wire and wrap them to assemble your doll.
In honor of American Miniaturist's special 100th issue, Editor-in-Chief Kelly Rud and Sub-Editor Traci Nigon sit down to reflect on this great mini mag's history and bright future.
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.
An essential piece of any miniature room or scene, tablecloths are also very easy to make! Tanya shows you her perfect technique here.
In the first episode in this series on miniature baking, IGMA Artisan Sandi Palesch shows us how to "bake" beautiful breads with polymer clay.
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.
Learn how to make a quick change for an old table lamp. You can make a lampshade in whatever shape or color you need for your scene.
Kim Carlson is honored to visit the Dollhouse Walk at the Waseca County Historical Society in Minnesota. See how dollhouses can bridge generations.
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.
Joyce Dean shows us how to wrap presents with this great little kit now available at www.hobbyworld.tv, exclusively from Mini Makes.
New miniaturist John Schwartz has jumped right into the hobby by designing vending machines and arcade games. Betsy learns his story.