Laser-cut sitting dog from Petworth Miniatures. There's a lot of sanding involved, but instructions are straightforward.
Scarecrow with crow on arm from Barbara Meyer. This is pewter and requires painting and gluing the "hay" at strategic places. Straightforward instructions. Painting isn't too bad, but use of those micro-tip paintbrushes found in Railroad/Diorama section of Hobby Lobby is needed. The hay and a bottle of the denim blue paint is included.
This is a 144 scale cube box housing a kitchen vignette from Tammy Witthaus. Very hard to take good pictures because it is so small. Not hard to make, but instructions difficult to follow because no color pictures on the instruction sheet. This is actually a Mega RT.
The inside of the Strawberry cube kitchen vignette. You make a dining table, 2 chairs, a corner hutch, and a shelf.
Mega RT from Stephanie Engeseth, This is actually an Outhouse, but because of the moon and stars motif, I'm turning it into a Fortune Teller stand. It comes with the bench shown. A great bargain at $10.
A tiny matchbox RT from Sue Herber. Shown next to quarter to illustrate its small size.
Here's the inside of the matchbox. You just cut and glue the printies, glue the bead with green foam to center and you're done. I finished this in 5 minutes.
Laser-cut QS cherry wood folding screen from Leanne Kirsch. If you choose to stain the wood (as opposed to painting), you can be done in 5 minutes.
Kissing Booth from Luci Hanson. Very easy to make. Minimal painting involved. Highly recommended.
Here's the Kissing Booth inside the picture frame Fair box, also from Luci Hanson, so $10 for both.
Top side of the Kissing Booth roombox. You receive the self-adhesive wallpaper, and I added fabric rick rack trim for embellishment. You can also use the pre-cut scallop trim included.