Handmade Miniature dresser Room

Hi Dear Crafty Friends.....Today I'm sharing a miniature "Dresser Room" I made inspired by the Dustty attic October Mood Board. I have to say creating this miniature was so much fun!! I love designing my project with Dustyt attic chipboard embellishments, and I find the home theme and royal style papers from Graphic 45 Gilded Lilly.

Here is the front door decor,  

Here i'm sharing what all the material i used to decorate front cover 

I am a totally sucker for making mini things and i have got an idea to make small stand for keeping dress.
Here is the inside view, when the door open!!   

I am a totally sucker for making mini things and i have got an idea to make small stand for keeping dress.  

I made this stand by using 1mm chipboard with lolly pop stick painted whole area with Prima metallic steampunk copper paint
here is tip...
free hand drawing... 

Cut the shapes as like this, for hanging dress we need a stick 
Use Aleene's tracky glue. I insert this stand into Resin frame. So its gives the Royal look. 
Also made tiny quarter circle stand to keep small things.
Filled this small stand with cute metal charms. I love tiny meat charms, these are perfect for miniature projects.
Arranging Drawer tips:
Cut the chipboard like this 

Layered the table with drawer to make them pop up. 

Use cake base as mirror 

some more closeup  


Making basket: Glued the burlap sheet on natural card stock, and cut the shape as you like

And final result,

So fun arranging this tiny miniatures, and i have tried to make this tutorial easy so new beginners can follow along.

I hope you liked my project 
I'd love a comment if you have time.

6 comments: Leave Your Comments

  1. WOW your dresser looks amazing... so many beautiful details!! Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Dusty Attic.

  2. Unbelievable!! That dresser is simply fabulous!! I love all of the details and how you used the chipboard! Thank you for joining us at Dusty Attic Mood Board Challenge this month!!

    1. Thank you Lisa, I'm so glad that you like dresser room

  3. Oh my goodness - this is amazing! You must have so much patience! Thanks for joining us at The Dusty Attic.