This is my latest completed project. A 1/48th scale beach hut made from a beach hut kit by Jane Harrop.
I don’t do pink usually but I was inspired by a picture I found on Pinterest. Click here to see the picture.
The kit is basically a shed, a 6′ x 8′ shed. Now that’s not a rude comment about the kit, I really like this kit as you are not limited to making a beach hut, you could just as easily dress it as a garden store or workshop or let your imagination roll.
Jane kits always come with clear instructions and parts easily identifiable.
All pieces painted ready to assemble.
Almost assembled, just waiting for the roof and door.
That’s the basic hut done now to turn it into a seaside retreat.
Some of the furniture ready to go inside. From left to right: the chairs are made from a Jane Harrop table and chairs kit. Table is a simple make from a small piece of off cut wood, toothpick legs and small tiny print paper for a cloth. The cupboard is a dry sink kit that I bashed by gluing the top down and adding false drawer fronts. The tall shelf unit and wall shelves are simply made from strips of wood. The bunting is made from more tiny print paper cut into triangles and painstakingly glued on some thread. You can also see inside the hut there are some clips which are holding the peg rail in place while it dries. Peg rail is made again from some oddments of wood with some tiny pins, the sort you fix tiny hinges with, as pegs.
And a couple more finished pictures.
The chairs I swapped out for some I made from a Petite Properties kit as I thought they suited better. 1/48th scale tea set, storage jars, wine glasses and picture frames are all items sold on my website. Bottles are from my stash, no idea where I got them from and the tall shelf unit is filled with towels and books all made from oddments of fabric and card.
Like many miniaturists, I have stacks of kits, unfinished projects and a note book full of ideas for future projects. Yet even when I seem to “finish” a project, it’s never really finished. I’m already sat here seeing more items I could add to this scene.
What could you make from this kit? If you have bought or buy this kit. please share your pictures.