I surely want to tout my favorite hobby since October is National Dollhouse Miniatures Month. (Pictured: My wizard dog)
I've been collecting for more than a decade and unlike some things, I still haven't tired of miniatures. My problem now is not finishing things!
If you haven't seen it, take a look at my collection at the Verstraete Miniatures Gallery
The nice thing about the hobby is you can try all kinds of crafts: dressing miniature dolls, painting, decoupage, clay modeling, and more.
Here are some sites with fun easy projects. Try one! And have a look around. Maybe you'll get inspired!
* Misshelly's Zoo has some fun how-to projects like making your own craft table and scrapbook scene.
* Ha! Check this out: These miniature clay dolls sing! Beware they sound like mice on speed, but they're cute - and animated!
* Check out Jim's site for the best selection of dollhouse printables (printies).
* I also have two pages of miniature book printies on my website.
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