pg.1: The Enchanted Gallery's Rubber Stamps, pg.2: EZ Mount Cling Cushion Mounting Foam, pg. 3: All Other Stamps, pg.4: Polymer Clay & Tools, pg.5: Jewelry
Making Supplies, pg. 6: Terrarium craft, Flower-Soft, Containers and More! pg.7: Mold Making Compound, pg.8 Face & Button Molds, pg.9: Nature Spirit Molds,
pg.10: Goddess & Mythology Molds, pg.11: Fairy, Angel & Mermaid Molds, pg.12: Ink, Coloring Media, Embellishments, Stencils., pg.13: Handmade Jewelry,
Artwork, Gifts and Clay Face cabs, pg.14: Miniature Food & Doll House Supplies.
Gallery, Tutorials & Information Index:
pg.1: Shipping & Store Policy pg.2: Flexible Push Mold Info & Instructions, pg.3: Kimberly Crick's Art Gallery, pg.4: Friendly Plastic Jewelry Tutorial, pg.5: Rubber
Stamped Domino Jewelry, Pg.6: Paper Art Dolls with a Template, Pg.7: Other Ways To Use Domino Size Stamps, Pg.8: Stamp Positioning With Die Cuts
(Nestabilities & Cuttlebug.) Pg.9: Coloring Options (Media & Techniques.) Pg.10: Creating Miniature Food with Polymer Clay. Pg.11) Making Miniature Gardens
and Doll House Scenery. Pg.12) All About Alcohol Inks - Color Charts, Ideas & Projects.
Shipping/Payment Info Summary:
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For other rubber stamps, check with the manufacturer for their individual company's copyright policies.
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|Free step by step tutorials by Kimberly Crick:
How to make furniture and scenery for miniature gardens or 1:12 scale doll house decorations.
What is 1:12 scale? This is the most common size of doll house items, where 1" equals 1' of a real life item. For example, a foot long sub or
baguette would be recreated as one inch. You can figure out how big to create your dollhouse item by measuring the real life item in inches, and
dividing it by 12. Such as my 48" wide dining table divided by 12 is 4, so I would make a 4" wide miniature table.
|How to make potted plants and flowers for miniature gardens or doll house scenery:
This tutorial uses Flower Soft, wires & PVA glue, wooden flower pot shape, acrylic paint, x-acto knife/blade, paper, optional paper punches (or use scissors to
create leaf shapes.)
|Flower Soft also makes a great center for your paper punched flowers. The bottom left
flower bunch uses the regular size, and the poppies in the upper right use the ultra fine
flower soft in a variety of colors.
|1) Paint your flower pot with your choice of
acrylic paint. Cut wire pieces to desired
length, leaving room for inserting them
into your flower pot shape.
|2) Add a generous layer of high-tack
PVA glue to your wire wherever you
want the flower-soft to stick.
|3) Sprinkle the flower soft onto the
glue. You could also create a fluffy pile
of flower soft on your work surface &
roll the wire over it to pick it up. You
have to be very gentle to not push the
glue off the wire when doing it that way.
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|4) Use a piece of syrofoam or floral
craft foam to place your wires to dry
upright. While you have them this way,
if you have used the flower soft wires
that have a white paper coating, you
can color your stems with a marker.
|5) Cut a small block of the foam with a
blade/x-acto knife to fit inside your
flower pot. Use paper punches or
scissors to cut leaf shapes out of
|6) Place foam in pot, insert wires, coat
with glue and place paper leaves. Let dry.
|7) Add glue all around the base of the
flowers and leaves. Sprinkle with
ultra-fine "earth" flower soft to simulate
dirt. Allow to dry and tap off excess.
|Looks great on a doll house
table or in with miniature
I put mine on a cherry wood
dining table using scrap book
paper as the wallpaper (as
shown in the image below.)
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