Dollhouse Miniatures by Roxanne Fern

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Fun New Minis I'm working on

Just wanted to pop in and share a few new minis I've been working on in my spare time.
Lots of fun, bright and happy minis that I love to create.
I hope these minis brighten up your day too... even if just for a little bit :o)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

1:12 Scale Hamilton Beach Drink Mixer

 Just wanted to show you my fun little weekend project.
I was asked to create a Commercial 3 spindle Hamilton Beach Drink Mixer in 1:12 Scale.
It was hand-scultped in polymer clay, glossed, with metal mixing spindles, realistic power cord, 3 Drink Mix Cups and Original 16 Page Recipes and User Guide that flips open to all printed pages.

 ...and this one below is the 1:6 Playscale Single Drink Mixer I recently created.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

1:6 Playscale Cupcake Wrappers

Here is a little peek into my latest obsession... 
Cupcake Wrappers in 1:6 Playscale Miniature.
Although i've made, and even blogged about making some before... I recently spent an obsessive amount of time perfecting their look and even made a cute little box to put them inside of.
They look so cute showcased alongside other kitchen essentials and can even be used on 1:6 Playscale cupcakes.
*The lovely 1:6 Playscale Cupcakes are from the very sweet Catherine over at SweetPetiteShoppe on Etsy* You can find her at


Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Playscale Bottle of Whipped Cream

 Hello Everyone... it's been a very busy month... but I really wanted to share this adorable handmade bottle of Whipped Cream complete with a sculpted nozzle!  
I have had many requests for one and finally found some time last night to make one.  
Just listed it in my shop.  Thank you so much for such amazing requests, this bottle is just the cutest thing and looks so wonderful in any baking scene.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Happy New Year... and Some New 1:6 & 1:12 Scale Minis

First I want to wish everyone a "Happy, Healthy and Creative New Year" :o)
I am slowly getting back to my normal routine... the Holidays made me kinda
But in between all that Holiday laziness... I did manage to make a few New Minis that I wanted to share with you.
I made a Cherry Garcia Ice Cream box at a Customers' Custom Request in 1:12 Scale... and that got me thinking about how cute these would be in 1:6 Playscale.
Just yesterday inspiration kicked in and I also made some matching Polymer Clay Ice Cream Bars to go with the boxes and I just love how little by little I wound up with these 3 beautiful sets.

Shown below in both 1:6 Playscale & 1:12 Miniature Scale
These 1:6 Scale Miniature Shiny Brite Glass Ornaments and Boxes I made just before Xmas and during the very quiet days that followed.  Ok... so maybe I wasn't all that  but it sure felt like that to ME ;o
I want to take some amazing pictures with these boxes all opened up, surrounding and hung on a 1:6 Scale Xmas Tree... but given that the Holidays have come and now gone... I may just leave this little project for next year.

Shown below in both 1:6 Playscale & 1:12 Miniature Scale

Saturday, December 14, 2013

1:6 Scale Vintage Kitchen Cubby Organizer

 I absolutely just love this Vintage Kitchen Cubby organizer.
(inspiration photo shown above - via

At first I wasn't sure if I would be able to re-create it in 1:6 Scale because of the carved rounded features... but once I got started... I was determined to get it right.

Well, as you can see... this week I am still obsessing over Vintage Plate Racks and shabby distressed and worn wooden organizers.

Below is my re-created 1:6 Scale Miniature Organizer.
(shown on a 1:6 Scale Chair)

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

1:6 Scale Vintage Plate Racks

Just a quick little post about what I am inspired by this week
I absolutely just Love Vintage Plate Racks... 
and after seeing these wonderful inspiration photos, 
I just had to make them in 1:6 Scale for my mini kitchen.  
I knew collecting all this Miniature Baking Ephemera would come in handy one day :o) 
and I just love being able to organize it and showcase it in such a wonderful way.  

(Inspiration Photos Shown below)