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Life in Miniature

Things in miniature have always delighted and amused me.  As a child I was obsessed by Queen Mary’s tower of a dolls house (displayed at Windsor castle), complete with functional plumbing and electric lights.   326 more words

My PlayHome and My PlayHome Stores

We’ve been using apps now for around three years, so today I want to highlight one which has been with us the whole way. After all, how often do you download a game only for it to be played with for a few weeks, and then forgotten about? 536 more words

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AIM miniature free online magazine has a new edition out!

The latest edition of the free online magazine ‘Artisans in Miniature’ has just come out! If you haven’t seen this publication before, it’s well worth a look. 141 more words

Doll's House

Simple Green Ideas

Most households today have one of these…

Here’s a simple idea for your daughter.

What other ideas can you come up with? 7 more words

Simple Green Ideas

Tea time at the Tea Tree tea room

The Tea Tree, tea room in Old Hemel Hempstead is a lovely place to spend the afternoon with a friend and a cream tea.

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Start mini stitching for Christmas!

When you love Christmas, and you love embroidery too, then it’s never too early to start on your Christmas stitching projects. As the nights start drawing in, what can be better than having a Christmassy project to keep you busy in the evenings? 278 more words

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Life in miniature - Our dolls house furniture from 1960s

I have just unearthed from our loft the collection of furniture that my sister Ann and myself had as children. Our late Father made the dolls house and I gather he stayed up very late to finish it for my sister’s birthday in the early 60s. 191 more words