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Miniature rain clothes and other rainy projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

Rain, rain, rain - I'm wearing my colorful rain clothes - I don't mind at all!

Also see umbrellas



Set Rainy Days 3

Links to miniature projects

Thalia con su cartera


  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages

Rainy Day Window - from Megan's minis




  • Blogs concentrating on rain or categories/labels about it in blogs



  • Discussion groups, forums (or forum categories) and photo groups dedicated to rain.


Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making rain projects.


Miniatures for sale

  • Do you have a section for rain in your shop? Add a direct link to that item here.



  • Books about miniature rain projects (also books with chapters about it)


Instructions for miniatures


Miniature printables



  • Wallpapers that go well with rain projects


Other Printies

  • Book/magazine covers related to rain



  • links to sites showing how to make items related to rain

Rain Boots - from PuNo's minis

Rubber Boots - from Teensy Weensy Baby

Yellow Rain Slicker - from Dollshouse Miniature Club



  •  YouTube videos about miniature projects related to this subject


Research/ Inspiration



  • Use one finger of a yellow rubber glove to cut the slicker out. Glue small black hooks and eyes glued down the front for the closures. Makes a very convincing slicker. Cut off the finger approximately 1 1/2" from the tip of the glove. About 5/16 of an inch down from the tip of the finger cut horizontally in the front of finger until almost all the way through the glove finger, leave a "hinge to act as the flap that connects the "hood" of the slicker. Next, cut vertically down the center of the coat to create the opening. Make two little tubes out of a piece of the left over original glove material to make the sleeves. Glue sleeves and hooks on to slicker.
  • Look for raincoats in the scrap booking outfits by Joleen. These can sometimes be used in a scene.
  • Lay a piece of plastic over some graph paper at a slight angle, and using a toothpick draw intermittent lines of glue. When dry and  turned right side up, there is  a suggestion of slanting rain. Use a toothbrush to flick glue on for more random raindrops.  To show the rain falling on the outside side of a house try  use water coloors on the house side and drench flower beds with hair spray or something to make it shiny/wet, etc.

Ideas about what is needed for these projects

  • links to inspiring pages
  • ideas for shop names
  • YouTube videos about the subject


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