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Calling all dolls house enthusiasts far and wide! We have the perfect accompaniment to your best-loved hobby. Whether you’ve been a dedicated dolls house enthusiast for years, a collector, or it’s just a recreational interest you hold, Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine will interest, inform and entertain you.


Each month you can enjoy miniature projects from building your own dolls house to creating dolls house furniture, accessories, soft furnishings, costumes, miniature food... the list is endless. Plus, enjoy exclusive images in every issue and fascinating articles from acclaimed contributors, competitions, show news and product reviews from around the world.


Whether just starting out or an experienced miniaturist, subscribing to Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine today will help you take your hobby to the next level and have fun while you do it!

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Dolls House and Miniature Scene  |  DHMS Dec 07 (Iss 162)  


The Victorian drawing room is a new and exciting project beginning this month which incorporates the free wallpaper you will receive with this issue. Dawn Monk provides the setting with her expertise in interior design and soft furnishing, whilst a number of contributors will provide projects for furniture, tatting and embroidery, and suppliers’ items will complete the scene.

In this issue you will find the making of the fire surround and over mantle, round table and hall table by James Parker. For tatting enthusiasts there is a pretty clover design table centre piece by Josephine Sladdin. Suppliers’ details can be found with the project.

Other projects include a traditional Father Christmas and 1/24th scale embroidered settle cushions by Sandra Whitehead, the first part in a series for making porcelain dolls from scratch, an embroidered pumpkin cushion ideal for the beginner, and the final part of the apothecary and more.

We complete the Puff Collection with a number of stunning works by Michael Puff, and take a look at the exquisite work of Charles Becker, founder of weeGems.net

Ann Sutcliffe profiles Kathryn Griffiths, designer and maker of the beautiful Stokesay Ware china, whilst Jo Toye takes a look at the popular dolls house holidays available.

A subscription to Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine opens up an exciting world of gatherings, festivals and shows with like-minded people. It is a world where you can chat through your favourite hobby and marvel at the incredible miniature creations on show. Plus each month, enjoy features on dolls house dolls, dolls house furniture, kits, fairs and shows from around the world.


If you’re looking to start your own dolls house or want tips on how to perfect an ongoing project, Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine will inspire you - with features on dolls houses spanning many different eras and styles. Learn how to transfer these styles to your own projects and meet other enthusiasts along the way!


Every month, take a look inside some of the world’s best-loved doll houses, such as Queen Mary’s Dolls House at Windsor Castle; the crown jewel of the miniature world! Learn about the styling and architecture behind different periods from gothic to modern to Tudor and how to transfer these styles into your own dollhouse projects. Plus, get all the latest news from the wonderful world of miniatures!


As the world’s most comprehensive overview of everything miniature, you’ll be amazed at how much you can learn inside every issue. Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine is the UK’s best-loved source of inspirational ideas and information within the dolls house and miniatures hobby.


 

Subscribe today and take your favourite pastime to the next level:

  • Interviews with miniature artisans from around the world
  • Features on some of the world’s best-loved dolls houses
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  • All the latest information on festivals and fairs where you can meet like-minded people

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Dolls House and Miniature Scene   |   DHMS Dec 07 (Iss 162)   


The Victorian drawing room is a new and exciting project beginning this month which incorporates the free wallpaper you will receive with this issue. Dawn Monk provides the setting with her expertise in interior design and soft furnishing, whilst a number of contributors will provide projects for furniture, tatting and embroidery, and suppliers’ items will complete the scene.

In this issue you will find the making of the fire surround and over mantle, round table and hall table by James Parker. For tatting enthusiasts there is a pretty clover design table centre piece by Josephine Sladdin. Suppliers’ details can be found with the project.

Other projects include a traditional Father Christmas and 1/24th scale embroidered settle cushions by Sandra Whitehead, the first part in a series for making porcelain dolls from scratch, an embroidered pumpkin cushion ideal for the beginner, and the final part of the apothecary and more.

We complete the Puff Collection with a number of stunning works by Michael Puff, and take a look at the exquisite work of Charles Becker, founder of weeGems.net

Ann Sutcliffe profiles Kathryn Griffiths, designer and maker of the beautiful Stokesay Ware china, whilst Jo Toye takes a look at the popular dolls house holidays available.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Dolls House and Miniature Scene magazine print subscription.
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