Getting back to using things you see as tools to create....
I love looking at any craft pattern in front of me and beginning to imagine it in mini. Just about
anything you encounter as far as that is concerned can be miniaturized.
So when you're out and about at craft fairs and the like, let you imagination go to see just where
and what you too can miniaturize.
I say where because some places just cry to be in mini. Like for instance some cities. New York is
one of my favs. However I haven't as yet miniaturized it. That would be a daunting task to say the
Playscale - which is for fashion dolls like Barbies (2 inches = 1 foot)
12 inch houses - a very popular doll house size. Other terms used: one inch,
1:12, 1/12 (1 inch = 1 foot)
Quarter inch - becoming increasingly more popular because of its convenient size (1/4
inch = 1 foot)
Half inch is for fashioning railroad designs or miniature
structures (1/2 inch = 1 foot)
War Games Miniature sizes include: 25mm, 6mm, and 30mm.
Depending on what kind of house you are designing.... these could be incorporated into
your design say if you were making a castle or something similar.