Dolls House and Miniature Scene is the most comprehensive and best-loved source of inspirational ideas and information within the dolls house and miniatures hobby.
Our miniature projects go from building your own dolls house to creating dolls house furniture, accessories, soft furnishings, costumes, miniature food... the list is endless. We also cover an extensive range of period styles from Tudor miniatures to modern day. As well as projects we also bring you features covering all aspects of the miniatures hobby from around the world, showcasing dolls house and miniatures collections and interviewing miniature artisans. The magazine is published once a month and is a must for all dolls house and miniature scene enthusiasts.
Welcome to the January edition!
With the Christmas décor all packed away for another year, it’s time to take a moment and see what lies in store for 2022. January is the time for a fresh start, so whether you’re trying something new or can’t wait to continue on your miniature journey, we are here to be your guide! On page 12, Sadie Brown connects with Carol Kubrican of True2Scale, as she shows her cosy 1/48th scale kit that embraces the world of hygge – a Scandinavian word for a sense of cosiness with feelings of contentment and being in the moment. Perfect for re-setting and
re-charging in January. Sadie Brown also celebrates the new year with her new series; each issue she will be celebrating an event of that month with a mini cake!
Throughout the issue we take a look at nature, with step-by-step projects to help you capture some of nature’s beauty. Ruth Flewelling Lesbirel demonstrates in not one, but two projects how to make some pretty blooms; a four tier plant stand and a selection of amaryllis. On page 28, see the art of nature take flight – literally - in small scale with Laura Brownhill, with her collection of wonderful birds.
There are so many more fascinating reads, more projects, and more competitions!
The DHMS team