The Mochimochi Land website has adorable knitting patterns that you can buy and download and print out yourself. They are created by Anna Hrachovec. I’m especially fond of the “Tiny Things” series pictured above. How can you resist?! (via Craftzine)
Woah. That’s a sculpture made from the tip of a pencil. See even more tiny pencil tip art by Dalton Ghetti here.
Miniatures already make me giddy. Someone is really trying to mess with me by creating Sanrio dollhouse miniatures that are modeled after Sanrio products from the 1970’s and 1980’s.
It’s just so itty bitty! And the “candy” is handmade from polymer clay. You can buy it at Girlzlyfe.com.
Hot on the heels of Apple’s ever slimmed down electronics, they would now be appear to turning their attention to barn animals.
Actually, I have no idea what’s going on here. But you can read more about it here and still come away confused! haha.
Do people use miniature horses as guide animals? Someone enlighten me please!
OK. That’s inventive! haha. Check out these handmade beaded earrings by Etsy seller LiciaBeads Shop.
Handmade cuckoo clock sweater clips by Made With Love By Hannah. So sweet!
I have a bit of a fascination with model railroad miniatures. I also have more than a bit of fascination with this photographer/artist who sets up amazing photographs featuring these tiny little people in unexpected settings.
Check out the artist Flickr user bousserez to see this photo and more.