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Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine DHMS January 2012 (Iss 211) Back Issue

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196 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Scale Modelling)
The UK's best miniatures magazine

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PROJECTS:

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL –
On a cold and frost morning – create a back yard after the festive clean up diorama
Santa’s up the chimney – how to decorate your Christmas tree
Make a polymer clay boot planter filled with snow-covered holly, flowers and a little robin
Crochet a festive Santa and snowman tea cosy

Georgian drawing room

Distressing wood

Make a 1/24th scale chest of drawers

How to make a simple pretty pouffe

Kate’s Royal Wedding gown – we complete the skirt with bustle and train

Create a Downton Abbey costume for a lady’s waking outfit

FEATURES:
We take a look at Shaker Works West’s finest furniture

Preparing for Christmas. Jacquie McNab takes us on a guided tour of her reindeer barn and Mrs Claus’s Christmas pantry

Top 10 Tudor classics

XXSmall exhibition at The Hague Museum, Holland
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DHMS January 2012 (Iss 211) The UK's best miniatures magazine In this issue... PROJECTS: CHRISTMAS SPECIAL – On a cold and frost morning – create a back yard after the festive clean up diorama Santa’s up the chimney – how to decorate your Christmas tree Make a polymer clay boot planter filled with snow-covered holly, flowers and a little robin Crochet a festive Santa and snowman tea cosy Georgian drawing room Distressing wood Make a 1/24th scale chest of drawers How to make a simple pretty pouffe Kate’s Royal Wedding gown – we complete the skirt with bustle and train Create a Downton Abbey costume for a lady’s waking outfit FEATURES: We take a look at Shaker Works West’s finest furniture Preparing for Christmas. Jacquie McNab takes us on a guided tour of her reindeer barn and Mrs Claus’s Christmas pantry Top 10 Tudor classics XXSmall exhibition at The Hague Museum, Holland


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Dolls House and Miniature Scene  |  DHMS January 2012 (Iss 211)  


The UK's best miniatures magazine

In this issue...

PROJECTS:

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL –
On a cold and frost morning – create a back yard after the festive clean up diorama
Santa’s up the chimney – how to decorate your Christmas tree
Make a polymer clay boot planter filled with snow-covered holly, flowers and a little robin
Crochet a festive Santa and snowman tea cosy

Georgian drawing room

Distressing wood

Make a 1/24th scale chest of drawers

How to make a simple pretty pouffe

Kate’s Royal Wedding gown – we complete the skirt with bustle and train

Create a Downton Abbey costume for a lady’s waking outfit

FEATURES:
We take a look at Shaker Works West’s finest furniture

Preparing for Christmas. Jacquie McNab takes us on a guided tour of her reindeer barn and Mrs Claus’s Christmas pantry

Top 10 Tudor classics

XXSmall exhibition at The Hague Museum, Holland
read more read less

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