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 February edition!
This edition kicks off in style with a look at the unquestionable talent of Barbara Sabia. Babara’s miniature stained glass pieces are breathtakingly beautiful and would prove the pièce de resistance in any period dolls house. Find out more about how Barbara put together her work on page 8.
Sticking with quality, page 13 sees the start of a feature looking at the award-winning work of Brae Oktober. Those with a soft spot for 1970s design will love this dolls house, finished to a high-end quality. A fan of the softer interiors? Check out the bohemian style of Theresa Gronski. Theresa’s dolls house is an interior dream with it’s trendy vibes displayed in the form of macrame, Moroccan poofs and touches of gold.
Marie Knight was excited to share the news of her latest build, page 30, as she welcomes you to the opening of her gallery complete with moving elements and hand-created miniature works of art.
Elsewhere we champion the work, and are thrilled to both support and share the beautiful creations, by Homemade Hermits aka Chloe Mayes and the incredible realistic miniature food created by Tanja Jensen of Sugarcharm Shop. If mini food is your thing, turn to page 43 to be seriously impressed. Inspired to make your own miniature food? We present you with both a polymer clay stroopwaffle and strawberry cupcake in this issue.
If you’re itching to get making more, turn to page 55 for the second instalment of three in our pub series and page 20 to lay the foundations for your outdoor scene in our new eight-part garden series! Talking of projects, find out just how different the results of one kit can vary in Take Two on page 49 – interesting to say the least!