Free miniature dollhouse projects for coffee, tea, and pastry shop scenes and settings in several scales. Included in this list are wallpapers, polymer clay food, plates, teapots and cups, printable tea, coffee and dessert sets, and fixtures and furniture for shop scenes.
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If you want to add a sense of movement to your scenes with tea or coffee miniatures, set up a pour of 'liquid' from a tea or coffee pot into a cup. This technique doesn't take exotic materials, and you can set it up with any color of 'liquid.'
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Print and assemble tea or coffee sets and dessert plates for a range of settings. The printable kitchen miniatures list linked above shows all the designs, or you can go directly to your favorite design with the link below.
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- Printable Red and Gold Heart Themed Coffee, Tea or Dessert Set
- Printable Country Blue Coffee, Tea or Dessert Set
- Printable Christmas Rose Coffee, Tea or Dessert Set
- Printable Shamrock Coffee, Tea or Dessert Set
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Use the master list of dollhouse food projects linked above, or click on the links below to go directly to favorite tea room projects
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Fitted Basket for a Picnic Tea
This miniature fitted picnic basket is made from a faux weaving technique that uses needlework canvas as the base.
You can fill it with one of the printable tea sets linked above, or fill it with any food you'd like to take on your miniature picnic.
To add to a picnic scene, you can make realistic miniature peaches - complete with fuzz or realistic blackberries.
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Pastry Display Case
To show off your collection of miniature pastries, make this 'glass-topped' display case.
The shop counter can be fitted with miniature woven pastry baskets or woven drawers, and if you want to display your cupcakes or muffins on the counter, there is a wire cupcake holder.
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Make Pastry or Cake Display Stands
These simple pastry or cake stands can be made from punched paper and beads, or from polymer clay. Make them in a range of heights to show off your favorite pastries in a display case or on a counter.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Polymer Clay Teapots
In addition to the teapots/coffee pots linked above, which can be made to pour, you can make dessert plates from polymer clay as well as teacups and saucers, and decorated mug sets.
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If your tea is served to fairies or woodland creatures, this miniature tea set made from acorns might be your choice. If you don't have access to acorns, try hazelnuts (filberts) instead.
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These solid or open bakery boxes can be used to hold whatever you cook up for your tea, coffee, or pastry shop. The bakery boxes match the printable French wallpaper and fabric designs so you can add chairs, cushions or wallpaper and shelving liners in a related pattern.