This is a gourd depicting a little woodland mouse house - a ball of leaves. Dad is the look-out while mom reads a story to the kids. Her candle is lit with one of your wonderful leds.
Witches by the campfire
Here are the Campfire Girls. I just order more 1.8mm 3 volt Fire kits to make another scene like this one. Moonyeen Moller made this roaring campfire. I made the 1/12 witch dolls.
Tales in a lantern up-close look
This is the interior of the project photographed with the front cover removed. Thank you to: Betty Dewitt for these GREAT pictures!
this project uses our Chip LEDs to light this great project!
Tales in a lantern
The project started with a damaged lantern purchased from a discount store.
I discarded the center portion, lined the dome with gold metallic vellum and added
a finial to the top. Finished project photographed without additional lighting. I used LEDs shining through filigree medallions to create what I think are interesting shadows.
Baby green Beaumont Mansion
1/144th Scale Beaumont Mansion
The chip lights make this entire house come to life. Notice the warm glow coming from the windows behind the porch. This picture was taken during the day with no flash.
I have also sold my houses.
Thanks so much for your wonderful lights,
Marvelous Beaumont Victorian Mansion
Open House at the Beaumont Victorian Mansion - by appointment only.
I used 1 warm LED light for the kitchen, and 5 warm chip lights for the remaining rooms.
Thank you for this wonderful lighting. It makes the dollhouse become a home!
Details make perfection
Can't thank you enough for your patience with me and the help you gave me. Nervous as I was, the lighting was just as simple as you promised it would be and I will never be afraid of it again! I will use your LEDs from now on, next project is to make 12th scale lamps that will hold them! Attached is the pic of my finished room box. The LEDs are so much brighter than the 12 volt [incandescent]! I will definitely be buying again :D
A room with a view
I'm very excited about the roombox! The lights worked great! It is definitely being offered as the QC workshop in April and in Columbia, SC sometime this summer with a group there. The lid is slightly raised in the first photo to show all the way to the ceiling. The second in a close up so you can see both the lamp and the outdoor lighting.
Peggy in SC
Magnificent Georgian mansion
Georgian Mansion with warm white 1.8mm LEDs installed thanks to Pat Campbell for this great picture! Lovely Mansion!!
Warm place for family gatherings
Lovely living room with a 1.8mm warm white
Another great kitchen, thanks to Heather in UK for sharing!
Cozy kitchen and a dog
Lovely complete kitchen features our 1.8mm LED bringing a nice light to the scene
Beacon Hill style dollhouse
Spring has arrived at the 1/144th scale Beacon Hill residence. I used 9 chip lights, one for each room in the house. The battery case is under the house, with the on/off button hidden in the flower garden.
Lovely Victorian dollhouse
This 1/144th micro mini scale Victorian Dollhouse has Chip Lights in 6 rooms. The attic is the only room with out a light.
Cape May Cottage front view
This is the front view for my 1/144th Cape May Cottage.
Wonderful Cape May Cottage
The Cape May Cottage is my first attempt with the 1/144th micro scale mini houses. I used Chip Lights for the 3 first floor rooms, and 1.8mm LED lights for the upper floor rooms. It sits on a 5" diameter turntable.
the flickering fireplace (I LOVE that kit of yours) Fran of Fran's Minis
Light the fireplace
"I thought I would attach a picture of your Fire leds in my fireplace. I used a DC wall wart."
Christmas is around the corner
Lovely night before Christmas baby house. Each building has it's own warm white chip LED.
Thank you to Phyllis King for this great picture!
Cardboard led installation
"...those 5mmn in this are bright... only took 3 to totally illuminated the 15" tall cathedral...
I'm in the process of making another... with a different color theme...
hope you approve of my super simple led installation... love that cardboard and white glue...
finally finished... and on its way to Wisconsin... well over 250+ pieces...i lost count about three quarters of the way finished..."
Howard Leroy Lamey
Graceful room box tower
A great 1/4 scale room box tower in an elegant stand, using our 1.8mm warm white LEDs, one per floor . Thanks to Cascade Miniatures for the lovely picture!
Simple room with a warm lighting
This lovely 1/4 scale lamp features our warm white Chip LED. The chip is only in the top but it gives such a nice amount of light it not only lights the whole lamp, it gives the whole room a nice warm glow.
Fairytales in a nutshell
This great 1/4 scale fairytale babyhouse treasure shows a different small scene in each room. Lit with our 1.8mm warm white LEDs
Penguins in the Christmas bauble
This year's Christmas bauble finally finished. Thanks to the size of the LEDs, I was able to fit lights in the smallest of spaces! As part of the diorama, I wanted the female penguin to be asleep in front of the telly while the male penguin was hard at work cooking in the kitchen (definitely NOT what happens in our house!)
The house with clocks
All of these projects are quarter scale. The house is all done in SMD Chip LEDS. This orignal kit WAS NOT a lighted house I did it on my
Relax by the pool
Great use of a 1.8mm blue LED makes this pool seem to have ripples and depth. Thanks Kathi for this great picture!
Gingerbread houses on Christmas eve
This lovely Christmas display features 9 houses, each house is under 1 inch tall, the whole display cabinet is 7 inches tall. Each of the houses is lit with one of our Warm White Chip SMD LEDs . Thanks to Cynthia Howe Miniatures for this beautiful picture!
Heartwarming wooden kitchen
This great 1/4 scale kitchen features one our our 3 volt 1.8mm warm white LEDs in the light over the sink. This kitchen diorama roombox scene was created for the NAME (National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts) Day 2011 celebration.
Enchanting Japanese room
"An enchanting Japanese room, lit from behind by the light of the full moon. With tatami floor mats, shoji wall screens, and a view of a lantern illuminating a forest of tall trees outside, this box will reveal a natural harmony that typifies the best of Japanese aesthetics." Thanks Erik for this great picture. Lit with our 1.8mm LEDs. Find out more about Erik Goddard's work!
Evening by the sauna
"Evan Designs Light String at night time. Blue 3mm LED light in the spa. I am teaching this class in Cleveland [at the upcoming NAME convention]" Luci, Cascade Miniatures
Alluring hotel building
This is the hotel building I use as kits and furnishings display. There are 8 [warm white] LEDs on the left and 6 on the right.
Creapy halloween house
A halloween house lit with our warm white. Thank you to Carol Mittlesteadt True 2 Scale
Mouse between books
"Here is a photo of my "wee" project I used the FIRE LED's, put them inside a little parlour stove I built from a kit from the dollhouse store and then put some crinkled yellow, orange and red tissue paper in front of the little lights so you couldn't see them... The effect was too cute and I had a lot of ooohhh's and aaahhh's from family and friends. Yours kindredly, Shan"
The new string lights in use... "I put it up under the eves of the Antebellum house. Took it in the darkened room and shot pictures in the dark. This is in the dark. Very impressive. I can also see it as outdoor lighting for yards. The next view is from underneath to show where they were attached. I used 1/8"glue dots to hold each light. It was taken in a lightened room." Luci Hanson, Cascade Miniatures Luci is using our new String LED set!
Thanks to Paula for this picture of the "Night Before Christmas" bookends, lit with our 1.8mm warm white LEDs and with a tiny fire in the fireplace too. Thanks to Cascade Miniatures for the kit. See more of Paula's work: Paula Isaacs
"I bought a little lamp at an estate sale. It had once been an electrified lamp and had the broken parts of the old incandescent light in it. It also had the top globe broken off, and I thought I might be able to put an LED in it. It took some work removing the old parts, but I got them out. Then I had to ream out the wire hole so the LED wire would fit in it. I threaded the wires through the hole, hooked them to the battery pack and, oh wow, it is a lovely little piece (after a bit of repainting). You really set me on fire. I can make almost any little lamp into an LED. There is one little problem. It has to have a hole that can be made large enough to accomodate the two wires and the resistor." Julia