Hi and welcome toy our first blog post. To start off we wanted to let you know what all you have to look forward to, and a little back story about us.
We started our etsy shop in August of 2016, with us wanting to share our miniature creations with people. Throughout the last year we started working on expanding from just the 1:12 scale dollhouse miniatures to encompass both the 1:6 playscale or fashion doll and the 1:3 or 18-inch doll things. So many names for the two different scales.
To start off this year though we decided to take another big leap and start this blog in hopes of being able to share our ideas and all the mini fun with more people.
Now the fun part, what’s to come to the blog! We want to use this platform to share easy miniature d.i.y.’s for all three scales, share our progress in our dollhouse construction, offer tips and trick for building dollhouses, share previews of what’s coming to our etsy shop BnBKreationz , and give updates and special offers for the shop as well.
So look forward to all of that and probably more!!
On January 20th 2018 , my daughter and I got to attend the Southern California Tom Bishop Miniature Show in Anaheim. What an experience! This was the first time that I myself got to go to this event; Briana has been to it twice before.
I have to say it was a little overwhelming. Who knew you could put so many different miniature items in one room. The first 30 minutes was spend just walking around and looking at everything. It made me come to the conclusion that we have a few to many projects and houses that we where looking to find something for!
Since we make a lot of our own items, I as on the lookout for things that we can’t make and of course supplies for making new items. We hit the jackpot in the supply department!
Briana has been wanting to try food molds for polymer clay, and Stewart Dollhouse Creation was the place for lots of clay working goodies. She will be busy creating new food, to add realism to both of the dollhouse kitchens!
Steward Dollhouse Creation
Firefly International was a treasure trove of supplies for our upcoming project. With all selections of small print fabric and tiny trims, it allowed us to make some really cute selections.
We also found lots of little items from Vilia Miniatures, Wright Guide Miniatures and D. Sierck Ltd to add clutter to our houses.
From Top to Bottom: D. Sierck Ltd, Vilis Miniatures, & Wright Guide Miniatures
Overall it was a fun experience into the world of miniatures!!
–Beth Signing Off