Hot on the heels of the miniature Barbie we just wrote about — check out this adorable handmade miniature dollhouse so that your dolls can play too. Now, imagine if that miniature dollhouse had a doll, it would need a dollhouse too, right? This was made by Michelle Loves Junque and you can see more of creations on her Etsy and Flickr pages.
Yep, that’s a miniature miniature. A tiny Barbie doll for a dollhouse. Forgive me while my head kinda explodes over the idea of mniature miniatures. You can buy it on eBay.
I’m simultaneously delighted and frightened that if I wanted to, I could buy 100 polyclay croissants that are smaller than the tip of my finger. For a mere $18.00 at that. Mostly I’m delighted. Find these at the Lovely-Tiny shop on eBay.
Damn. Just when I finished painting the hallway and making a new fabric wall hanging for my stairway, I was feeling all caught up on DIY projects. And now I see this new idea!
It was made out of a 3′ Ikea Billy shelf unit. The genius behind this idea is Andrew at IkeaHackers and you can find the step-by-step instructions here.
OK miniature lovers. Get read for a mind blowing double whammy of adorable-ness.
In the 1960s the Ideal Toy and Novelty Corporation toy company had a popular line of dollhouses and accessories called Petite Princess. In toy stores, the display for their furniture like this:
Some die-hard miniature maker has created a five-inch-high 1:144 scale replica of the Petite Princess toy store display. Want to know how small 1:144 scale is? Well typical dollhouses are 1:16 scale. So this mini-mini replica is 9 times smaller!