Hello, crafty people! Do you love making miniature crafts? Today we will show you how to make 6 amazing mini house models! With just a few simple supplies such as foamboard, cardstock, glue, scissors, and some paint, you can create stunning miniature houses. From basic shapes and sizes to intricate designs, this tutorial will help you craft miniature houses that look just like the real thing. So don’t wait any longer – dive into the world of miniature houses and start creating your own masterpieces today!

00:01 – Miniature house from The «It» movie
09:10 – The Addams Family miniature house
17:10 – Making Creepy House

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  1. 45:10 This is a bombshell for me!!You just gave me the remedy for a problem standstill project of mine, thin cardboard is often my template for curved armor on action figures, but I follow up with Krazy glue saturated thin foam. My stalled project is sort of a Jack Kirby-esque science fiction machine, that has a recurring role in the GI Joe comics, the Brainwave Scanner. I have most of the angular pieces done, I've been stuck on much of the cylindrical and abstract tapering rounded pieces. Thank you for unlocking my brain (no pun intended!) and breaking the sculptor's version of writer's block!!

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