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  1. Hi I am new here and i love making scale models of different things, specially tools.
  2. would love to see the oldest miniature you have and what is so special about it to keep it this long with you  
  3. Miniature Power tools

      I have made working miniature power tools like Power drill, angle grinder, circular saw, air blower...and more with the name of "SAZOH miniature power tools"Here are the video links of my working power drill model (Please subscribe my youtube channel for more videos)  
  4. Hello everyone! I’m new here. My Greenleaf Beacon Hill kit finally came in today! I’m a bit nervous as this is my first dollhouse build. Can anyone share some tips on what helped you? I heard the instructions are kind of difficult and hard to understand. I’ve been watching the YouTube videos and I can’t find one that is like a step by step. I already know some of the changes I’m going to make or other builders suggestions that I’m going to use. I’ve got most of the starter supplies: the glues, the clamps, painters tape, the ultimate cutter from hobby lobby, stains and some mini screwdrivers and a mini jewelry mallet/hammer. Any help throughout this would be so much appreciated! As A paramedic I work odd shifts so I plan to work on this on days off. I’d also like to possibly make my own kitchen counters. I’m in love with the farmhouse sink and I would like to incorporate that. I also do plan to run electricity.  Thank you all! 
  5. From the album Bill Kast

    All he needs now is a nice 1:12 scale dollhouse observatory.
  6. From the album Bill Kast

    All he needs now is a nice 1:12 scale dollhouse observatory.
  7. From the album Bill Kast

    All he needs now is a nice 1:12 scale dollhouse observatory.
  8. Focuser and eyepiece

    From the album Bill Kast

    All he needs now is a nice 1:12 scale dollhouse observatory.
  9. From the album Bill Kast

    All he needs now is a nice 1:12 scale dollhouse observatory.
  10. From the album Bill Kast

    All he needs now is a nice 1:12 scale dollhouse observatory.
  11.   This is a highly detailed Window ready for your dollhouse. Made of white PLA.   Measures 3.18 x 5.27 x 0.59 Opening is 3 1/4" x 2 1/8" Print Time: 1hrs - 51min   Can be found here: All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.This item is sold unpainted. This way you can add your own touch to your piece. This item is designed for 1/10 – 1/12 scale.
  12. Miniature Mice

    From the album Buttercup 2017

    Here are some mice that I got recently. I want to use them in scenes for some of my projects  


  13. Hello from Oregon! I'm a new member and have no idea what I'm doing. This looks like a great place to share and laugh!  I own the newest Dollhouse and Miniature shop in the Northwest. I would love to talk to artisians who would possibly consign in my shop. I'm not looking to get rich, I'll be happy to pay the rent. I want to share and have fun! What a wonderful passion we share!  I am in this adorable little town, 26 antique shops and almost all are walking distance from each other. Quant little places to grab a snack or even sample wine. I am in the Historic District. Right on Main street in a huge old 2 story house with original hardwood floors throughout. Come and play, visit, meet other miniaturist and have FUN! This is a dream I have had that goes back about 25 years, my grandma and I would sit and plan for hours of what we wanted and what we would do. Some how it's happened. Grandma is here in my heart, guiding me all the way. I moved in here using every penny I could scrounge up, even selling tons of miniatures and collectibles online. Please plan a stop by and share in my dream come true and best of all...I get to live in my "Dollhouse"!  mini hugs to all! Wendy   Heirlooms...Dollhouse Miniatures & More  Aurora Oregon  425-209-9196   exactly 1/2 way between Portland and Salem.
  14. I want to share one of the neatest tools I have ever owned with everyone.  It's called a 'Rotary Tool' and I found it at Harbor Freight Tools for just $9.99.  I expected it to break quickly but it wasn't that expensive and I thought I'd give it a try.  Its like a Dremmel Tool.  But its small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.  The Rotary Tool comes with some drill bits, a few sanding wheels and a few different sized 'colets' for changing if you're using regular drill bits.  I don't know what half of the things are for but I DO know a drill bit and sanding wheel.  They also sell a set of 'Precision Drill Bits' that drill really tiny holes.  A set of about 16 cost me an extra $12 I think.  They're so tiny that they can break and over the past 3 months that I've owned the Rotary Tool I think I've broken about 3 of the bits.  But I've still got lots to use before I need to buy another set.  I even went back last week and bought an extra Rotary Tool because I figure for my $9.99 investment it has been more than worth that price.  If it breaks it was still a great deal.  You can find it online at Harbor Freight Tools (we have one just down the street though).  It is light as a feather too.  I absolutely LOVE this thing and I wish I'd known about it back when I was building my first dollhouse last year! 
  15. Flowers on the side table

    From the album 1/6 scale house design

    I was going through my closet and organizing things, I had forgotten I purchased some flower bundles and 2 scarf rings that make a great 1/6 scale flower vase!

    © Debora O'Dells Collection

  16. Learning to use an Exacto Knife

    From the album Granddaughter's Dollhouse

    © checkmouse miniatures

  17. Getting Involved with the Glue

    From the album Granddaughter's Dollhouse

    She did enjoy spreading the glue for the flooring. 

    © checkmouse miniatures

  18. Checking the Alignment

    From the album Granddaughter's Dollhouse

    Savannah worked carefully, though not for long periods of time!  The attention span is pretty short at this age.  

    © checkmouse miniatures

  19. My new Dollhouse

      Hello, I am new to the forum. My name is Angeles and I am from Spain . Excuse my English. I like to show my dollhouses . I leave a link to a video so you can see one of them. I've been watching the dollhouses and are spectacular. Thank you very much!
  20. Little Shelf

    From the album Miniatures "Things" I've made

    This is a handmade shelf that one of my husbands relatives made like 100 years ago. I really like it and decided to try and replicate it. It took me 3 trys til I finally got it done without it breaking on me. I made the ducks using some homemade cold porcelain, I found a good recipe on Youtube. The stuff works great!
  21. Front Cover

    From the album Chocolate Mouse House

    I was at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore in Silverdale when I came across this delightful box of chocolates ...

    © checkmouse

  22. Here we go! The NAME National Convention ends with a show this week and soon we are looking at several miniature shows throughout the US. Below is a list of shows that I will be attending as a vendor. This is very different from what I have done in the past, but things are different now. If you are going to any of these, please stop and say hello.   August 15-16         Dayton, OH 3 Blind Mice Show August 22-24         Aztec Wholesale Show in Aurora, OH August 28-29         Chicago Fall Show from Tom Bishop September 5-7      Orlando Miniaturia September 11-12  Nashville, TN presented by Harville Productions September 18-19  Indianapolis presented by the Museum of Miniature Houses October 24            Louisville, KY November 5-8       Philadelphia Miniaturia Wholesale and Retail Shows November             Chicago Wee "c" Miniature Show (tentative)     I know there are other shows, but these are the ones I am attending. More details on each as we get closer. The Bishop show will have more vendors than in the past. Orlando is a new show and it is a holiday weekend, so it is hard telling about attendance. It is on Disney grounds, so that may help.  
  23. Hi all! There is a miniature show in Nashville, TN this weekend if you can make it. Miniature Collector had published that a miniature show in Nashville was cancelled. That is NOT this show. It should be a great time with lots of awesome vendors.