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Make a Miniature 1/12th Scale Dols House Picture Window

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You will need

• Cernit clay
• Spacers 3mm
• Roller
• Acetate
• Silhouette stickers
• Scissors
• Pebeo glass paint
• Paint brush
• Glue

Step 1



Roll out your Cernit clay 3mm thick, and carefully cut out a window frame shape.

Bake and then refine any rough edges with some sand paper.

Step 2



Cut a piece of acetate to the same size as your window.

Using some silhouette stickers, arrange a nice window scene.

Step 3



Using some Pebeo glass paint, fill in your silhouette stickers.

Leave to dry over night.

Step 4



Once your paint is dry, glue your window frame onto the acetate.

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