Last week we shared a tutorial on how to make a little crate to store teeny, tiny toilet rolls and I promised I’d share how we made some of the other bits in the bathroom, like the Miniature Victorian Toilet. If you’ve been following the blog for a while you’ll know how much we enjoy making things for our fairies and this small Victorian toilet is no exception. Isn’t it just the cutest? The lid even moves up or down. Our faeries are fussy 😉 It still needs fairy dust to flush though 😀 but hey we have a lot of that around here. And all in all, it probably costs less than $1 to make with things we already had at home. Right, before we get to the tutorial, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram. And don’t forget to subscribe so you’ll never miss a post! What you need to make a miniature toilet Florist foamIce cream sticksWooden skewerRound tubeWood stainSharp craft knifeThin wireToothpickBalsa woodWhite craft paint How to make a miniature Victorian toilet This little toilet may look like a lot of work, but it’s pretty simple to recreate with a little bit of florist foam and a few ice cream sticks. Florist foam is surprisingly durable and so easy to shape with a craft knife. But first things, first. Measure your doll, or fairy’s bottom, and find a container or something that’s roughly the same size. I used one of those tube-y things that effervescent tablets come [...]
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