Monday, August 29, 2011

Plaster Of Paris Planters

I was reading my news feed and came across a Wonderful blog by Mark Montano on how to edit plain old flower pots for your home using molds and plaster of paris. I had always been told not to use plaster of paris because it doesn't hold up well and that it's not water proof etc..  Those comments were made by my friends in Miniature and I am totally in LOVE with the idea of the pots he made and I wanna try them for myself. I'd love to hear your comments about your experiences with Plaster of Paris. 

You also will LOVE viewing Marks Blogs if you are a Crafty person or a Miniaturist like me who like to use full size craft projects and shrink them down to miniature. You can see and read his Blog Here.

If you don't already follow him, you just might want to. He has some fantastic ideas for your  real life home and you can scale them down to fit your miniature dollhouses too.

Thank you for stopping by to read my blog today!!!


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Cinderella Moments said...

Love your site and looking forward to picking up some tips! I see you're way ahead of me on the electrical stuff. I just have some sort of prejudice against wires! LOL! Your houses are gorgeous!

MinisOnTheEdge said...

Thank You Caroline for your kind words about my houses and for letting me know you are enjoying my blog entries!

The more you practice with the electrical stuff, the easier it will become for you and you'll find creative ways to hide those wires ;o)

Sans! said...

Great link, Trace! You are so right about scaling it down too.

MinisOnTheEdge said...

Hello Sans!! I think a lot of his ideas for crafts are perfect to downsize in miniature. If you have questions he is so quick to answer them too. He's a Great guy!