These insanely detailed miniature food sculptures are made by artist Shay Aaron using regular ol' polymer clay (you know, "Sculpey", that craft store staple). Don't they look good enough to eat??
This mini wreath ornament requires few supplies: Yarn. Ribbon. And a bathroom decor staple?
I always stop by the little Christmas village displays in craft stores and look at them for a while, wondering how I could use bits and pieces of it in my holiday decorating without being tacky. It turns out I wasn't thinking creatively enough, because this simple solution is absolutely perfect for me.
Its 'architect', Tim Boyle. Its name, Emerson House. Its size, 30" x 21" x 18". Available through brinka dada, the doll house does not have an asking price, but here is its listing info:
Newly listed, the Emerson House is the perfect home for the modern family. The home has six rooms including a living room, kitchen, library/office, master bedroom, bathroom and child's bedroom. With its large, open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows, the Emerson House enjoys year-round sunlight. The modern house features many extras including
Peter Riches, a retired builder from Hove, Sussex, has spent the last 15 years building this miniature mansion. Oftentimes staying up until 3 am working on it, Peter made the home's shell out of plaster into which he hand-etched 32,000 bricks. If that wasn't impressive enough, he also cut the 5,000 tiles he used for roofing material.
WHO CARES what you'd use 'em for? They're adorable!
- Store recipes from magazines
- Print a out and give as gifts
- Keep one in your purse to wrangle receipts
- An invite's handsome carrying case. (They fit nicely in a A7 envelope.)
- Put photos in them to give to family and...
Want a Christmas tree for the holidays but don’t have the room? Or maybe your budget is a little tight? Here’s a great way to make a tiny Christmas tree from evergreen trimmings, which you can get for FREE at just about any Christmas tree lot, if you ask the attendants nicely. Other things you’ll need include:
- A 4-inch clay pot
- Plaster of Paris
- Oasis Floral Foam
- Aluminum Foil
- Garden Shears
- Miniature Christmas Tree Oranaments
- And a bamboo pole