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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
Susan Larkins explains how to make simple breakfast tray
Tagged in: miniatures,Dolls' house,project,Mother's day project,breakfast,simple
Louise Bardwell explains how to make two items of smoking paraphernalia
Tagged in: project,accessories,smoking,cigar,humidor,study
Our light-hearted correspondence series continues into the 1920s
Tagged in: Ladies maid,modern age,cocktail
Ruth Flewelling Lesbirel explains how to make and display red roses for that special someone
Come to the fair on 2 February
Tagged in: miniatures,fair,Dolls' house,event,City of London Dollshouse Festival,day out,London,Tower Bridge
The modern minis maker behind Delph Miniatures answers our quick-fire questions
Tagged in: miniatures,Dolls' house
Beate Klotz explains how to make this bathroom classic
Tagged in: Fimo,project,bathroom
Stephanie Richards opens the latest batch of letters between Maud and her niece, Daisy
Tagged in: History,Great War,letters
Advice for buying on eBay from antiques expert, Nick Scahill
Tagged in: Dolls' house,Bargain hunting,eBay,bargain,Paypal
DHM asks Elizabeth Le Pla of ELF Miniatures for her advice on improving your miniature bathroom
Tagged in: Dolls' house,bathroom,toilet,sink,advice,bathroom suite,bath,inspiration