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Our Favourite Halloween Miniatures from Instagram

25 October 2018

We’re back with an inspirational round-up from the wonderful world of Instagram, this time of our favourite Halloween miniatures. We hope they help the creative juices flow and put you in the Halloween spirit!

Image credit (search for these names on Instagram to find many more great miniatures)

tomoko_misumi_tchaiko, lilacdreams_miniature, dailymini, nicecrumbs, coffee.seed.miniatures, dekoubou, hbsminiatures, sweetminidollhouse (4 images), tomoko_misumi_tchaiko (2 images), hbsminiatures (2 images), ribbonwoodcottage (2 images), nicecrumbs (2 images), minicupcake2222 (4 images), kholmeshmg (2 images), nekominimaru, mytinynestminiatures (2 images), nekominimaru, earthandtreeminiatures

All images © their respective owners 2018

Halloween Spooks, Ghouls and Zombies!

17 October 2014

You may notice that here at Dolls' House HQ, we are rathe keen on Halloween. In the past we've done fancy dress at work, apple bobbing, trick or treating and much more and that's just the full-scale people! The mini-people also get up to all sorts and offer lots of inspiration to create you're very own Halloween in mini. Read on for hints and tips to get your ghoulish side going this Halloween!

There are so  many international traditions you can pull on for creating your Halloween in miniature. Perhaps you’ll go for a Mexican flavour and dress a doll to represent the  Día de Muertos – Day of the Dead, or will you go all-out-North-American with open fancy dress, candy corn and pumpkins galore? If you want to stay on the UK shores you could show candles lit in every room (try the battery operated lights!) and ‘Soul cakes’ waiting to be eaten by the family on All Souls Day.

Why not draw from literature and recreate Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein with a laboratory based in a conservatory and use some finishing products to fill the test tubes?

There are so many interesting ways to create a Halloween scene we’re sure you’ll enjoy the miniatures we’ve got to help you, coffins, scythes, brooms and gargoyles, there’s plenty to chose from!

Pumpkins and Gargoyles! Pumpkins and Gargoyles!

Spooky miniatures for Hallowe'en!

29 October 2012

We love a bit of a fright here at The Dolls House Emporium - so we're happy to share some fangtastically spooky images shared via screamail and facebook by our readers!

Scroll down to see what our wonderfully creative fiends (er, friends!) have sent us.

Here are two from Sheila Vickers, one showing her skeleton friends sharing a leg and a wing, the first breaking the one foot rule in snooker!
 miniature scene halloween
sheila vickers miniature scene halloween
Rosa Cardona's Vampire Dinner:
vampire dinner miniature scene halloween
Mel Jacob's Come Dine With Me...
come dine with me miniature scene halloween
A handful here from Jenny Cooper, with her Vampire Dinner scene and the Alchemist Lab:
High Tea? - A miniature scene for Hallowe'en

Alchemist lab miniature scene for Hallowe'en
Alchemist lab miniature scene for Hallowe'en
Alchemist lab miniature scene for Hallowe'en
Jaz Ash from Jazzi's Minis dropped this picture in of her Hallowe'en party for spooks:
A miniature scene for Hallowe'en
Ellen Hartmeijer shared her wonderfully busy Hallowe'en room:
ellen hartmeijer Oodles Galore
Debbie McGrath created "Frank's Place":
Debbie McGrath Franks Place
Amanda Lane's Hallowee'n Party:
Amanda Lane - Hallowe'en Party
Michelle Jeffrey's 'Tribute to Dexter':
Michele Jeffery's Tribute to Dexter
And finally, Karen Watchus shares her Hallowe'en outfit!
Karen Watchus' Hallowe'en outfit

Witch house movie in miniature!

22 October 2012

What better excuse to make an exciting temporary scene with your display box or small building than Hallowe’en!

Be-spook old pieces with distressed décor and creepy dolls to create a completely different and totally unique display to wow everyone with your crafty talents.

Recycle an old project or choose from the fantastic small buildings on the following pages for the base of your thrilling lair.

Take a look at our creepy witch's house on video right here!

Spooky house in miniature for hallowe'en

Treats not tricks for fans of miniatures this Hallowe'en

19 October 2012

If you're planning your own mini-Hallowe'en scene or just need some decorations for an apple-bobbing party, our spooky cut-out sheet may be just what you're looking for!
We're also on the lookout for pictures of your creepy models, whether or not they include Dolls House Emporium goodies! There are prizes up for grabs!
The cut-out sheet is part No 8088 and can be sent off the day you order - so there's no excuse for being left behind!
Spooky cut-out for crafters
And then when you've created a masterpiece, nip on over to The Dolls House Emporium Facebook page and post your images there... the best we see gets a small prize, something for your dolls' house or miniature scene.
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