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Japanese Screen 1/24 Miniature Free Download

Japanese Screen 1/24 Miniature Free Download

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The Japanese screen is very easy to make. You can use any image you like to make the screen into a lovely accent piece in a modern dollhouse. The sizes given here are for 1/24 scale and need to be doubled if you want it to be 1/12 scale. If you have a Cricut Maker you can upload the files to Design space and scale them to 1/12 scale by dragging the corners to double the measurements. 

I did not include the stairs in the files, since you just need to cut 7 planks each measuring 37x10x2 mm (for 1/24 scale). Once you have an image you like place the three larger pieces over the image and trace the shapes. Then just glue them in place. 

This screen attaches to a wall so it does not have a backside. If you want a backside just cut everything except for the stairs twice. For the top, I used sticks that were glued together. You can also make a solid plank the size of the top.

Enjoy!

*Additional props not mentioned in the listing are not included.

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Finishing Tips

About your Downloadable File

Printables

We recommend using Glossy Photo Paper when printing highly detailed images to retain the image quality.

Cricut Users

Upload the file to Design space and unlock it. Then drag the corners to resize the items to the desired size. Measurements are provided.

More Help

Layering

If making furniture pieces out of card stock make sure to print several of the same items and gluing them neatly on top of each other to achieve bulk.

Sanding

It is always recommended to give the kits a light sanding with a fine grid sand paper to make sure that the corners fit snug together and that the paint adheres well.

Assembly

Most kits are easy to assemble and we are always an email away to help you if you have any further questions. 

Do a dry fit first to familiarize yourself with what goes where before gluing any parts together.

We recommend using Crazy glue for a tight fit.

Painting

When painting yardstick warping can easily occur. We recommend spraying the piece with a thin coat of Workable Fixative . After that your kit can be painted with thin layers of acrylic or oil paint. Go easy on the water! To simulate a stain look create thin washes of paint of varying colors.

Any wood stain, acrylic or oil color can be used on wood. Use thin applications for a refined look. 

Gilding

After you have given the item a base color apply Leafing Paint . Plaid has a variety of nice colors for this purpose .

Aging

A Raw Umber wash is ideal for aging. use acrylic paint for fast drying and paint on and wipe off until you get the desired look. Finish the piece with a dry stumble glaze and scratch off areas to make the item look really vintage. 

Alternatively you can also use any type of antiquing wax .

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About the Artist

My name is Enzie (pronounced "NC") and I am multidisiplinary artist based out of California, USA.  

I specialize in life size commissioned portraiture of pets and people and one of a kind handmade miniatures.

While I am creating, my team is hard at work to make your shopping experience easy and smooth.

While I am creating, my team is hard at work to make your shopping experience easy and smooth. 

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