My friend told me about this Star Wars merchandising. It’s a miniature stormtrooper helmet filled with candy, stickers and a small toy. Honestly, I was more interested in the helmet itself because it seemed to be of perfect scale for my dolls. There was an obstacle in my way, of course – I had to… Continue reading Stormtrooper helmet
The first capture is a “table bowling” set – I bought it in Levne knihy (kind of “dollar store” with books and gifts). For “historical” bowling, I think of replacing the plastic balls with big wooden beads. Bowling was very popular game since ancient times. Source: Wikipedia The miniature basket was a gift from my… Continue reading Doll props captures
I found these cutlers in a local jewelry component store. They were made as pewter pendants. Breaking the loop out of the pendant was just easy – I used two small beading pliers. They can be used as dessert forks and tea spoons for 1/4 dolls. Each one is 5 cm long. I have to… Continue reading Tiny cutlers
I’m not much into souvenirs because they’re usually useless otherwise. This is a pencil sharpener I found a week ago in Portsmouth Historic Dockyards shop. Pretty good doll prop!