Items that would be considered objects in a scene, such as dishes, pictures, perfume bottles, etc.
What to use, how to apply, and how to remove.
All manner of miniature animal life (making a mouse, dog, whatever - no, not bug juice).
Crown moulding, picture rails, cornices, trap doors, gables (etc).
Pertaining to selling miniatures. How to run a miniature business (mail order, doing auctions, running a store, selling at shows)
Cameras and Photography
Photographing miniatures and equipment recommendations.
Celebrations and Holidays
Weddings/Bridal, Birthdays, Christmas, Easter, Halloween
Fimo, Sculpy and other polymer clays, paperclay, porcelain, ceramic, etc.
Clubs, Gatherings and Houseparties NEW
Getting the most out of get togethers and events.
Computers and The Internet
How to use your computer to save and search tips, find what you are looking for online, set up a website, etc.
Anything pertaining to copyright issues.
All about dolls, making, wigging and dressing.
Fabric and Needlework
Working with fabrics, threads and yarns.
Fairies and Fantasy
The whimsical, magical and fantastic.
Surface finishing methods for houses, boxes and furniture, including walls, floors, ceilings and exteriors.
Food and Drink
Furniture and Appliances
Historical details and information to lend credibility to miniature scenes.
Instructions and Tutorials NEW
Articles about decorating principles and theory; use of space, color and texture.
Landscaping and Plants
Lighting and Wiring
Lumber and Building Materials
Materials for building structures.
Tips that do not fit anywhere else.
Where to find them, how to print them, seal them and use them.
Publications and Books
Not where to find, but what is available.
Remodeling and Restoration
Re-habbing and redoing; kit bashing; removing and replacing.
Resin, Caulking, Filling
Goo that isn't glue. (includes casting, mold making etc.)
Specific recommendations to sources that include how to find or contact them.
Many of the tips archived here will also fit in at least one other category, but something in the tip will be specific to scales smaller than 1/12 (1" = 1').
Houses, roomboxes, mousehouse, odd containers (breadbox, detergent box, gourd, books).
Scene and accessory details for themes like a witch's cave, bridal shower, or a lighthouse.
Windows and Window Treatments
Workshops and Organization
Setting up a better workspace.