~ Miniature Train and Village
These are not all the sizes, but
enough so that you can gauge the others.
97mmwx140mmh (train track oval), 15mmhx11mmwx12mmd
(small house), 19mmhx15mmwx13mmd (barn)
18mmhx22mmlx5mmw (locomotive), 13mmhx15mmlx5mmw
Pieces in Kit: printed paper train track, train
locomotive, 2 train cars, train caboose, 2 stand-up
cows, 2 stand-up pigs, 2 stand-up rabbit family, 4 houses, 1 café, 1 school
house, 1 barn and silo, 1 house of worship, 7
stand-up evergreen trees, and brads for
connecting train cars
This little town is reminiscent
of the large sugar eggs of an era gone by that
contained a hidden vignette of a town or nativity
viewed through a tiny peep hole. The details printed
on the village and train are so defined and
intricate it is hard to belief that the tallest
building structure is less than 1”! The conception and design of this tiniest village
has evolved over many years and is quite unique. Use
in the nursery of a dollhouse or under a miniature
Click here to view the on-line tutorial.
An ornament version of this project is available for
placing in an acrylic fillable orb.
Click here to view.
Required: You will need several
brass mini clasps/brads sold in the scrapbook
section of the hobby store.
miniatures are given in millimeters for accuracy. For your
information 1"=25.4 mm
~ Printie CD of Miniature Village
Box (village not included)
The box is
3.5”x5”x3” deep and fits in a standard picture
Pieces: 1 printie CD
The box requires a 3.5”x5” frame and 3/16” thick
foam board. Included on the CD: Photo tutorial,
pattern for making foam board box, artwork for the
interior, artwork for holiday paper to cover the
exterior of the box.
This is a view of the box made from
the printie CD
Frame & village not included