This shop is available in kit form: see Kits
2006 update:  I've decided to give up trying to maintain a full supply of stock, because I keep on making new things, and there just aren't enough hours in the day.

So although I have put prices on items, I probably won't be able to supply them.  However, twice  year (fall and spring) I'll list whatever I have been able to produce, and it will be first come, first served.

If  you would like to receive a notice when this list comes out, please e-mail me.

And in spite of this new policy, I will always be interested in hearing comments on what I make, and suggestions for the future.  I will also continue to make kits and booklets.
Toys in Miniature: Frances Armstrong
Toys for dolls
When I started this business in 1979, I did indeed make mostly toys, and I've kept the name "Toys in Miniature" even though I make much more than toys these days.  I can always argue that the word "toys" meant "trinkets," for adults, and we still toy with ideas, if nothing else.

Lately I've been making more things in 1/144 scale, like this Toyshop on the right, which fits into a matchbox.  You could say that these are toys for dolls' dolls.
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     62.1.Miniature village with houses, church and trees, made with a variety of woods.  Buildings are about 1/4 inch high. Comes in wooden box.  [$15; one is nearly available.]
Climbing bear (hang it up and pull on the ends of the string). Carved from wood of various kinds.  [Some usually available: $5 each.].

This page was last updated on: May 15, 2010

     60.1.  Noah's ark, various sizes. This one, the biggest, is about 1 1/2 inches long. Roof opens Made of a variety of woods. [$12 down, depending on size, when available.]
      66.1 and 66.2. Wooden soldiers, 3/8 and 3/16 inch high.  Red/black or blue/red.  [One or two usually available: $7 each.] 
2006 update:  I've decided to give up trying to maintain a full supply of stock, because I keep on making new things, and there just aren't enough hours in the day.

So although I have put prices on items, I probably won't be able to supply them.  However, twice  year (fall and spring) I'll list whatever I have been able to produce, and it will be first come, first served.

If  you would like to receive a notice when this list comes out, please e-mail me.

And in spite of this new policy, I will always be interested in hearing comments on what I make, and suggestions for the future.  I will also continue to make kits and booklets.
This shop is available in kit form: see Kits