NEW!! Filling a Ladies Vanity
   
  The Basics of Miniature Dollmaking:
  Casting Miniature Doll Molds
  Wet Cleaning Greenware Techniques
  Cleaning and Preparing Greenware
  China Painting Basics
  Assembling a Miniature Doll Body
   
  Costuming Projects and Lessons:
  Make A Corset for Our Female Mannequin
  Dressing Adrianna
  Costuming Chloe
  Doo Wop Dorothy
  Dressing Dorothy of Oz
  French Handsewing by Machine - In Miniature!
  Create Scarlett's Barbeque Dress
  Design and Print your own Fabric using Your Home Computer and Printer
   
  Millinery in Miniature: Series of four lessons on Miniature Hatmaking
  Lesson 1 - Basic Construction Techniques
  Lesson 2 - Embellishments and Trimmings
  Lesson 3 - Wired Brims and Molded Crown
  Lesson 4 - References and Resources
   
  Hairstying for Miniature Dolls:
  Create A Regency Era Hairstyle
  Create an Edwardian Upsweep Hairstyle
   
  Ribbon Techniques:
  How to Make Silk Ribbon Roses
  How to Make Gorgeous Bows using my Bowmaking Tool
   
  Seasonal and Fun Projects:
  Create a Halloween Scene in a Pumpkin
  Christmas Madonna and Child
  Make an Old Fashioned Santa Ornament
  Make a Fantasy Fairy
  Make a Fantasy Mermaid
   
  NEW!! Working with Cold Porcelain:
  Making your own Cold Porcelain, recipe and instructions
  Making beautiful roses from cold porcelain
   
  NEW!! Filling a Ladies Vanity
   
   

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