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This is quite a tricky way to make leeks, but very effective. You can also use a shorter leek cane to make spring onions. This extension to the Skinner shade technique shows how to incorporate a third colour into a single, shaded strip.
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30 October 2015
Here's a look at what's inside issue 211, December 2015, of The Dolls' House magazine
Celebrate the best of rural living at Hever Castle’s ‘Country Life at the Castle’ event, running September 12th – 14th.
Discover a unique childhood at Buckingham Palace this summer
Tagged in: exhibition,Childhood,London,Royal family,Buckingham Palace
Robert Read gives advice to collectors on insuring their precious collection
Tagged in: miniatures,Dolls' house,Hiscox,insurance,accidental damage
Cutting paper? Here's a handy addition to your tool box
Tagged in: creative,scrapbooking,stencil-making,decoupage
Christiane Berridge combines her knowledge of miniatures and thrift to advise others
Tagged in: Dolls' house,project,budget,style,new look,recycle,stash
Janet Granger has just launched a brand new kit to make a beautiful Ginger Cat teacosy.
Now 25, and a graduate with a First in creative writing, Kira Swales recalls a life in miniatures through the eyes of a child
Stephanie Richards acknowledges that handbags are a girl’s best friend as she views their uses though the ages
The Miniaturist, a new novel by Jessie Burton, is released on 3rd July
Top products for keeping your dolls' house cool this summer.