Kim Wood kit. As you can see I had trouble bending the wires to desired form (from not playing with these toys in 40 years)
Pumpkin house and pumpkin carriage, Charlotte Atcher kits
The pumpkin house was easy. The pumpkin carriage took longer (I had trouble with the wired ribbon forms)
Dollhouse bookshelf case with book, jewelry case, laser cut carousel horse, tiara & magic star wand
Fay Liner kit. I thought this kit was well worth $10 for all that it included. Fabulous price!
Annie and Andy doll Sewing set box, Dorothy Hansen kits, $5 each
I love anything Raggedy Ann and Andy. Easy to put together and I always pick up neat tricks for minis I never thought of before.
Jack O'lantern trick or treat candy pail or Easter basket of eggs candies/chocolate, Kathy Price kits
The Halloween candy pail took longer because you had to make the candy bar printies and paint the caramel apples, but it came with ready made candy canes.
The Easter basket of candies kit I LOVED because it came with the best ever BOWMAKER to make that bow you see there. The basket form was already made, you just braided the rope wire and trimmed the basket to scale, glue in the ready made chocolate egg and fimo colored eggs, paint the rabbit chocolate, make the bow and you're done. Even came with an extra piece of canvas and instructions to make your own round basket.
Chenille stem dolls, red or blue; Sandra Whipple kits, $5 each
The doll's face is already done, as is the chenille stem doll form with painted shoes and hands. You dress the doll and add her bunka hair. Instructions are very good and easy to follow.
Tudor style dollhouse for dolls, available in 1", HS and QS, $5 each, Karen Benson kits
The wood is laser cut, you just stain the wood, glue together and paste on the exterior and roof graphics.
Back side of dollhouses. Only 1" and HS are pictured
No Sew Child's Art Smock, Robin Jeffries kit
This was easy to put together. I even colored the coloring page of Winnie the Pooh as a bee.
Teddy bear cookie tin, Carolyn Eiche kit
The cookies are already made, you just paint on the eyes, nose, heart, and paws, then glue on the graphics to the tin. I added some extra graphic to the lid and body of box to jazz it up a little. Add some Mod Podge to the lid's teddy bear graphic to give it a realistic gloss and to seal the graphic.
You should have enough teddy bear cookies to have the tin overflowing or save them for another plate of cookies.