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Friday Five: Miniature Blogs

Friday Five

Here are five miniaturist blogs well worth checking out!



#5. Artisans In Miniature

AIM is a free online magazine - 71 issues so far - full of miniature news, projects and chit-chat. The focus is mostly 1/12 scale with a few pieces on other scales. Normally I completely ignore the ads in magazines, but with AIM I flick straight through looking for new and interesting stuff I just have to add to my collection. :)



#4. Toy and Miniature Museum

This is the blog of The [US] National Museum of Toys / Miniatures, featuring hundreds of interesting articles on individual miniature pieces along with toys and the history of childhood in general.

National Museum of Toys and Miniatures



#3. Easy DIY Miniatures

Amazing video tutorials - and free printies to help you follow them. Various scales but you can rescale the printie sheets if need be.



#2. Mitchy Moo Miniatures

I've written about Mitchy Moo before, when I reviewed some of the awesome stuff from their Etsy store, and I've been reading the blog on and off for years. There are tutorials, printies, and more inspiration than you can shake a stick at.



#1. My Froggy Stuff

This list has been mostly 1/12 scale, but I haven't forgotten my love of playscale! My Froggy Stuff is a treasure trove of tutorials, projects, and free printables. Of course, it looks totally (deceivingly) effortless when they do it, but the focus on using materials even the least crafty of us probably have lying around always makes me want to have a go.

My Froggy Stuff



Do you have a favourite miniature blog? Let me know in the comments! :)



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