Wedding Dome Diorama

Last year we were contacted by a lovely chap who wanted a "model of our wedding" to give to his future wife.  They were due to get married in the giant redwood grove at the Edinburgh Botanical Gardens. Obviously "a model of our wedding" is a pretty broad request but [...]

There’s a mouse eating my flour sack!

A few years back we had the unfortunate pleasure of finding a mouse in our workshop.  After capturing said mouse and re-homing him in Sainsbury’s car park, we soon discovered that the little fella had become quite partial to our stock of sacks. At this time we [...]


Many years ago we did a greenhouse project which involved using many of our garden packets and basically filling a greenhouse. To make the scene more realistic, some of the packets needed to be open and the growbags actually being used. Since then, we’ve often been asked how we [...]

Gardening in Miniature

When we aren’t making dolls house miniatures, we can usually be found pottering in the garden. So, we thought it might be a fun idea to combine the two! We rummaged through our stock to find some products that we can turn into actual living gardens. Obviously this is [...]

Mess in the Laundry Room

We all have accidents around the home, so why should your little dollshouse people be any different! This is a simple way to create a mess, without making a mess (if that makes sense?) Things you will need: Soap powder box Fine white sand (we found this at a [...]

Queen’s Birthday Bunting – Legoland

To celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday, Legoland set up a street party in front of their own Mall in front of their recreation of Buckingham Palace.And what would a street party be without bunting!We made around 50 feet of Union Jack bunting that was draped down ‘The Mall’ and around [...]

Gnomes & Fire Buckets

What do gnomes and fire buckets have in common? Whisky of course! Ok, so for those that are still confused, this commission was part of a limited edition set of artworks created by Sir Peter Blake and Macallan Whisky to celebrate the godfather of pop art’s 80th birthday. The artwork [...]


  Over the years we’ve had quite a few requests for things we currently make, but in a different scale. This commission was for a digital marketing company who approached us to make a larger version of our 1/12th scale deckchairs. This was for their client who wanted them for beach [...]


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