I’m back with another DIY creation this week. Today’s post, I am sharing with you how I made a miniature dining room overlooking the pool for my figures.
Some of the materials were already obtained from the past. I love recycling materials and make a new one out of them.
The DIY project is actually pretty easy as it has minimal design and colors. Plus, I also received a dollhouse furniture from Gearbest which is just perfect for this scene. This 1/12 scale so it also works for Figma.
Check out this video for the closer detail!
Materials You’ll Need:
Plastic Acrylic Sheet
Since I want the dining area to have a fabulous view of the pool, I looked for plastic acrylic sheet and used it as the big window. If you don’t have acrylic sheets, you may use the hard plastic you get from product packaging.
I found MDF boards at a local DAISO. So I bought many so I can use and re-use it in my future projects.
Wooden Coffee Stirrers
Everytime I go look for supplies, I always buy what I think would be useful for me in the future. I found long wooden coffee stirrers at a supermarket nearby, and I decided to use them for the frame for this project.
I always have a stock of small and big popsicle sticks. You can make so many things out of them.
This is really useful for your flooring or wall. If you’re not a fan of making DIY wooden floors and painting walls, then this is the best option.
Here’s the video on how I made the minimalist dining room set for my Nendoroid, dolls and action figures.
I’m also sharing you the photos I took using my brand new camera Sony A7III which I received from Sony Philippines a couple of weeks ago. It’s a superb experience. I love it! This is partnered with Sony 90mm f2.8 Macro G lens.
Breakfast with Mugi-chan
Sweet, Sweet Lunch Date
One thing I love about my work, I make an entirely new world for my figures. Like, I want to show the audience a sneak peak of my Nendoroid’s everyday life.
I hope you enjoyed this post. Have a great week and I’ll see you all again next time! ^_^