Our Customers Projects
We've learnt through talking to you directly, that our miniatures don't neccessarily have to be used in tradtional house settings, but have been used for creating jewellery, paper crafts, repairing old furniture, and even used as taxidermy props.
We'd like to showcase you, and your talents, and provide others with inspiration. Why not provide us with your shop or website details, and we can also help promote you and your business.
If you'd like to be featured on this page, please fill in the form at the bottom. We look forward to seeing your work!
Emma at Doll House Grand Designs uses some
of our interior wallpapers to make these stunning houses
A completed house by Emma, using our wallpapers.
At first glance, you would think this were 'real' -
Fabulous job of wallpapering by Emma.
Lou has incorporated our miniatures into a beautiful Gypsy Wagon diorama.
Inventive, and a fabulous use of colours!
Julia Negus used our Gold on Red Peacocks wallpaper to renovate this delightful Victorian jewellery box.
Patricia Fagg was a fan of our policeman,Bobby- and incorporated him into her street scene. Fabulous Work!
Here is a Christmas Bauble ornament made using some of our miniatures - our very popular Black top Hat, and our Handmade carrots!
Unique ornaments from Dinky Dodger
A couple more of Dinky Dodger's pieces.This time a fairy-tale inspired necklace (capturing a frog prince) and a delightfully romantic Message in a Bottle necklace.
Both made using our Tiny Glass Bottles.
See the Containers To Fill category.
Céline is one of our wonderful customers in France, who has been working hard on a Haunted House in miniature- complete with fallenleaves and cobwebs, not to mention pumpkins,brains and eyes!
This is Kirsty's project, which she completed as a special surprise for her friends wedding. Kirsty's friend had asked if she could make a "post box" for guests to post their wedding cards, and Kirsty decided to take the project further, and made a little house. The house was largely hollow but it did have one tiny room in it, which was wallpapered and carpetted, and decorated with a couple of pictures on the wall - a vintage wedding photo supplied by us, and a portrait of the Bride and Groom, which was also framed. Champage on ice and filled flutes complete the celebration house!
A light was also added on the wall so the scene became more eye-catching and lifelike.
Kirsty tells us, "It was really fun to make and I was pretty sad when it was all over... I need to make something else now!" - Sounds like she has the miniature bug!!
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