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Links to Other Sites

These are sites that are of general interest to miniaturists. The links will open a new browser window. To return to our site, simply close the new window.

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National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts (NAME), the national organization website.

*S P Miniatures S P Miniatures was born at the end of 1995 when a hobby accidentally turned into a business. The website is the online store for S P Miniatures, which is located in Hightstown, New Jersey.

Diana Fogel Miniatures, from nearby Boyertown, Pa. She specializes in Hand-painted & crafted accessories, food, pets, toys, games,rugs, holiday items.
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Ebay store

Small Stuff Miniature Digest, a vauable source of tips. You can subscribe to the mailing list or spend hours enjoying the archives.

About.com, general information about miniatures. You may want to use your popup blocker for this site because there are a lot of ads.

Motts Miniature Dollhouses and Doll House Miniatures, over 10,000 miniature items, doll houses, dollhouse kits, dolls, Bespaq, artisan items, and everything you need to build, finish and furnish any dolls house or miniature home. More resources are available on their site's links page.

MyMiniatures.com, another general source about miniatures. This also includes resources for models.

Imagination Mall, a page with a huge number of miniature-related links.

The Dollhouse Factory, a shop that is popular with our members. The site is a sample of what is available in the store.

*PicClick Dollhouse Miniatures a site which allows buyers to follow popular eBay items by helpful "Most Watched" and "Most Bids" options. They have a large listing of dollhouse miniatures.

*The Scale Cabinetmaker Find an index to 20 years of articles in The Scale Cabinetmaker and information on obtaining CD's of each issue!

*Joanne Martin: A Life in Miniature A biographical film about the life of Joanne Martin, miniaturist and President of the Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis. Life is what you make it!