Here's a miniature lamp that I made... I still haven't made the post but I figured that would take me a while and I didn't want to delay putting up a tutorial. This is great for putting outside your dollhouse door!
Part 2! We will be doing pillows today. These are real easy. Unfortunately I think I've lost a few pictures so hopefully my instructions will do.
So... I haven't posted in a while. Well, more like 5 months. But, I was busy. I am finally going to attempt to make some sort of bedroom or something and I'm starting with a bed!
This is for the Belle lovers! I suddenly had an inspiration to make a miniature enchanted rose from The Beauty and the Beast. It was also my first time using clay for a miniature.
I saw this picture/tutorial/idea on Pinterest, and I thought that I could replicate it, so I made it! It's not a tutorial (sorry!), but if you know quilling (or even i you don't), you might be able to get it on your own. :)
Today's craft is miniature bows! But... these aren't any ordinary bows. They're double bows made using ribbon and a fork! Plus, they are super simple to make!
This is going to be quite a long post, but, don't let that intimidate you. Once you go over it and understand it, it's not difficult at all. (Although it requires lots of drying time.)
This is an elephant I made using a Heather Bailey elephant pattern. It turned out super cute!! :) :) I love it. It can be used as both a pin cushion or a toy. The trunk is a little difficult but the end result was still awesome!
After a month of no tutorials (sorry), here is a yarn wrapped letter that is easy to make and awesome. You can make it ombré like I did, or one color alone. Try different embellishments on it as well. If you attach a ribbon to the back, you can even make an ornament out of it!
This is an easy tutorial, but in one way a little hard. All you need is a bottle cap and some forms of smashing it. Like a hammer, or a mallet. And some incredibly awesome painting skills, unless you'd rather use the printer. :)