In the fifth episode, Bob and Sara prepare the railing pieces for later assembly. Painting and sanding are crucial steps here, and always make sure to follow the patterns provided in the instructions.
Join Sue Kirkham as she demonstrates how to make these delicious mince pies and assorted tarts, including tiny jam and bakewell tarts.
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Join Carol Rosenthal in making perfect mini morning glories with a variety of paper types and hand-cut leaves. Carol also offers you ideas for how to display your creations in your mini settings.
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.
Meet Arthur, a mini English bull terrier and our lovable mascot of American Miniaturist magazine. We celebrated his birthday in April, so join us in the fun!
In this series, Patrick helps us build a variety of structures for our mini backyards. Next we'll work on a big shed that can also double as a playhouse.
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.
Here is your ticket to 2010's IMA show in Chicago. Thelma DeMet tells us what she does to relax after a busy show, and offers a few tidbits on her new project.
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.
Bring the birds into your garden with this precious mini bird feeder. Joyce demonstrates this project as featured in Dollshouse World magazine.
Joyce Dean shows us how to wrap presents with this great little kit now available at www.hobbyworld.tv, exclusively from Mini Makes.
Sonny Crooks demonstrates a unique method for using Creative Paperclay to give a striking look to his miniature English store front.