Friday, May 29, 2020

Free Miniature Dollhouse and Barbie Printables

Make your own Dollhouse Miniatures at home with your printer!

A list of links/sites that have Free Doll and Miniature Printies
Updated June 1/20

Click here for SUMMER Printies

Know of an awesome miniature link or artist? Send me a message to be added to my Miniature and Doll Artist Directory.

Click here for American Girl and 18" Doll printies 

Migue's Miniatures - Nice printable groceries in both 1:12 and barbie scale. Mail and postal printies. Shopping bags. The movie night printies are adorable! There is even a TV and VCR to print.

Movie night printies from Migues Miniatures

Minnesota Mini Market - Lots of freebies on this site

Dollar Store Dollhouse -  This site has medieval book printables as well as a neat tutorial on making vintage Christmas Trees out of bottle brushes

Printable Paper Crafts  - This site has paper projects of all types.

Jennifer's Printables- This site has wonderful wallpaper (including vintage styles) as well as tutorials on making curtains and furniture. Barbie scale too!!

Treefeathers has awesome unique printies. Christmas and other holidays, photos, signs and tiny sheet music.

PaperBrick - Need bricks? This site lets you generate printable ones in ALL scales including Train scales. So cool!!

Minna's Miniatures - This page has really nice boxes and books to print.

PrintMini - This site has been around forever and IMO has the best printies available. The money and newspapers are my favourites.

Printable Groceries

Flickr Sites
These are Flickr Photo accounts that have awesome printables both dollhouse related and junk journal worthy. The graphics link to the original post.

Mini Treasures Printable Flickr Group - This group is dedicated for printables that can be used in dollhouses, room boxes and dioramas.

Kool-Aid Printables - Volume 2

dec buffet2Fourth Of July Printables

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Genealogy - Canada - Manitoulin Island Residents 1838

Found these notes in an old binder from when I was researching the Tobermory area. I believe these are from Manitoulin Church Records