In this issue:
September's front cover shows the majestic Nelson Villa, a delightful Edwardian dolls' house which you can explore in this issue, and the perfect backdrop to one of this month's projects. Find out how easy it is to make this lightweight garden and street frontage using inexpensive materials. They even explain how to make those railings rusty! It's a perfect project for dolls' house clubs to try. If you want to get the most out of your dolls' house bedrooms or bathroom, they've got 50 top tips on styling your principal rooms, so make sure that you're showing off your dolls' house to the max!
If you're looking to add some detail Janet Harmsworth's crumpled clothing project suggests a little action without the need for dolls, there's two Art Deco projects for some vintage colour, a pretty knitted throw, a clever 'racing car bed' for the young driver, and a delicious strawberry and chocolate gateau from Fimo Supremo Hayley Bedells of Mini Munchies. Find out how to make a Victorian slipper bath using cardboard, and a Georgian commode chair and serpentine dresser if you're feeling ambitious. By contrast check out the feature on Paris Renfroe Designs for a mini take on modern living.
For a real treat complete their is a Readers Survery (in the magazine or on-line) to have the chance to win a tea set from Stokesay Ware decorated with real gold, worth over £100.