Dolls' House Furniture: Easy to Make Projects in 1/12 Scale
With a little imagination, ingenuity, and these colorfully illustrated projects, anyone can learn to make personalized furniture to decorate a dolls' house! Start with basic pieces that require little more than a craft set; as confidence and skills increase, move on to more demanding work involving cabinet construction and miniature power tools. At every stage, there's an inventory of the necessary tools, equipment, and materials, plus same-size drawings, cutting lists, and color photographs of the completed furnishings. Try easy upholstered furniture; balsa tables, benches, and birdhouses; and imitation basketwork, including a laundry bin. Among the beautiful and small-sized items: a simple winged chair; picnic table; elegant double bed; wardrobe, tall kitchen dresser, and a range of magnificent Portuguese painted pieces. They're works of art!
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acrylic paint Assemble and glue assembly drawing back rail Balsa in thick Bar clamps Bargello base Basswood carcass centre chair back chair sides cocktail sticks colour COMPONENTS corners covered card craft knife Craft set Abrasive cross section cross stitch Dave Mackenzie decoration Dolls dowel Drill and drill drill bits embroidery end frames everything is square fabric finish flush fretsaw Front view glue in place Glue Sanding sealer glued GMC Publications joint knobs legs lower top MATERIALS Balsa mattress support METHOD 1 Cut miniature furniture Minicraft Mitre box Obeche overlap padding pencil Craft set Plan view Primer Primer Paint Pyrography raffia rip fence round Router rugs Ruler and pencil sanding dust Sanding sealer Stain shelf Shenandoah shown side frame side rails side view Stain and varnish stool stretchers surface Synthetic wadding table saw table top thread top edge underneath upholstery view Completed assembly wood Woodturning