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Dolls House and Miniature Scene  |  DHMS July 2012 (Iss 217)  


The UK’s best miniatures magazine

In this issue...

ART DECO SPECIAL
Art Deco Style. Janet Kirkwood finds out what Art Deco miniatures are out there.

Mondrian Embroidery. A beautiful Art Deco inspired design from Lynne Parkinson.

Art Deco Furniture. Carol Tyerman tells us about her passion for the Art Deco style.

The Miniature Scene. What’s been happening this month?

Online workshops. Booking is now open for the powerful pedal car kit.

Jubilee Club Competition. And the winner is...

FEATURES:
Science in Miniature. Linda Guthertz Sullivan’s science based, room box scenes.

Anabela Menocal. Deb Weissler shows us the wondrous work of Anabela.

Get the Look. Find out about the styles used to create that perfect Minimalist feel.

Jandora. We look at the re-furbishing skills of David Silverstone.

Arnhem Show Review. The last show to be held at the lovely church in Arnhem.

PROJECTS:
Hubble Row, part 1. The fabulous fantasy world of Paul Davey.

My Fair Lady Hat. Another wonderful hat from Kat ‘The Hat’ Hazelton.

1912 Titanic Costumes, part 3. A beautiful lady’s evening dress.

Upholstery, part 5. Creating a ‘show wood’ piece with this Edwardian chaise longue.

Featherstone Hall Hotel, part 18. Margot’s room – the last bedroom in our tour.

Parisian Cherry Bags. Angie Scarr helps us create these great bags full of juicy cherries.

Toys in Miniature, part 2. This month we make a delightful pull along toy.

1940s Kitchen Furniture, part 5. Martin Pearce shows us how to make a wooden plate rack.

BEGINNER’S CORNER
Haberdashery Cupboard. Carol Clarke takes us through the steps.

Fishermans’ Shed. A step by step project for this great little scene.

Bromley Crafts Kit Review. How to get the best results for your Castle.

Tudor Market Hall, part 9. We look at the window frames, glazing and fireplaces.
The digital version of Dolls House and Miniature Scene is enjoyed by worldwide dolls’ house enthusiasts and collectors. Each issue is packed with projects from all eras, features, printable cut-outs, show news, competitions and product reviews plus includes exclusive extra images.

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Dolls House and Miniature Scene   |   DHMS July 2012 (Iss 217)   


The UK’s best miniatures magazine

In this issue...

ART DECO SPECIAL
Art Deco Style. Janet Kirkwood finds out what Art Deco miniatures are out there.

Mondrian Embroidery. A beautiful Art Deco inspired design from Lynne Parkinson.

Art Deco Furniture. Carol Tyerman tells us about her passion for the Art Deco style.

The Miniature Scene. What’s been happening this month?

Online workshops. Booking is now open for the powerful pedal car kit.

Jubilee Club Competition. And the winner is...

FEATURES:
Science in Miniature. Linda Guthertz Sullivan’s science based, room box scenes.

Anabela Menocal. Deb Weissler shows us the wondrous work of Anabela.

Get the Look. Find out about the styles used to create that perfect Minimalist feel.

Jandora. We look at the re-furbishing skills of David Silverstone.

Arnhem Show Review. The last show to be held at the lovely church in Arnhem.

PROJECTS:
Hubble Row, part 1. The fabulous fantasy world of Paul Davey.

My Fair Lady Hat. Another wonderful hat from Kat ‘The Hat’ Hazelton.

1912 Titanic Costumes, part 3. A beautiful lady’s evening dress.

Upholstery, part 5. Creating a ‘show wood’ piece with this Edwardian chaise longue.

Featherstone Hall Hotel, part 18. Margot’s room – the last bedroom in our tour.

Parisian Cherry Bags. Angie Scarr helps us create these great bags full of juicy cherries.

Toys in Miniature, part 2. This month we make a delightful pull along toy.

1940s Kitchen Furniture, part 5. Martin Pearce shows us how to make a wooden plate rack.

BEGINNER’S CORNER
Haberdashery Cupboard. Carol Clarke takes us through the steps.

Fishermans’ Shed. A step by step project for this great little scene.

Bromley Crafts Kit Review. How to get the best results for your Castle.

Tudor Market Hall, part 9. We look at the window frames, glazing and fireplaces.
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