How to make a miniature 1:6 scale dollhouse fireplace for winter holiday dioramas @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse #miniatures #winter

Today’s video tutorial shows you how to make your own dollhouse fireplace with a brick chimney and dais, a mantel, and wisps of fire in the hearth. I’m using primarily scrapbooking supplies for this DIY 1:6 scale diorama project.

If you like making dollhouse miniatures, I actually have quite a few videos about building dollhouse miniatures for your dioramas. Click here to visit that gallery.

You’ll see photos of my lovely Queens of Africa doll, Azeezah in today’s video. Special thanks to the Queens of Africa doll company for giving me permission to use images of their dolls in my patterns. Before I end this blog post, I’d like to give credit to the doll designer and creator (Taofick Okoya) and the brand Slice by Cake.

My family is planning to take a vacation to go visit family for the holidays, so if I don’t get blog posts done for a week or so, that’s why. We’re getting packed and heading south for our Christmas vacation.

I’ll try to at least re-blog some older holiday-themed posts, but as of right now, I’m really behind on everything from packing to wrapping Christmas presents. So we’ll see how things go….

If you’re enjoying my videos and free patterns, remember that it’s always friendly and kind to share knowledge of this website with your friends and followers on social media.

4 thoughts on “How to make a miniature 1:6 scale dollhouse fireplace for winter holiday dioramas @ ChellyWood.com #dollhouse #miniatures #winter

  1. Chelly, I enjoy all of your projects. I think you are wonderful!
    I hope you have a wonderful Christmas! Try to take some time out to BREATH, and take in some fresh air.I hope you can RELAX. You deserve it! Love and Best Wishes. GOD BLESS

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    1. Thank you, Jeretta. I have a plan to post a series of embroidery tutorials related to a holiday stocking project. Hopefully this will keep new visitors interested while I vacation with family during the holidays.

      Thank you for your kind and supportive comment. 🙂

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  2. The fireplace is adorable. Keep up the good job and great information. But yes I agree with another follower. As much as we all enjoy your projects and effort, rest a bit and enjoy your family during the Holidays. Start again after the first of January.

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