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Tiny Details

Tiny Details is a company that designs, manufactures and distributes high-quality dollhouse miniature display pieces made by home assemblers.

 TitleAuthorDescription
Time-Saver Standards Site Construction Details Manual
Nicholas Dines and Kyle BrownThis efficiency-boosting resource gives you fast access to 350 of the most commonly used site construction details. Details for curbs, steps, lighting fixtures, walls, and much more are ready to be copied from the convenient spiral-bound, lie-flat format. In addition, this manual offers you a clear view of each detail both in section and in a photograph of a sample installation. To further simplify and speed up your design and adaptation work, each clear, standard-scaled detail is accompanied by full data on cost, CSI Masterformat reference, applications, installation, intensity of use and substrate constraints, maintenance and climatological requirements, and other relevant considerations. Perfect for on-site consultation or desktop at-a-glance reference, as well as time-saving adaptation to documents, Site Construction Details Manual gives landscape, design, and construction professionals the comprehensive and up-to-date selection of details they need, right where they need it. Any way you look at it, this all-in-one detail anthology is an invaluable on-the-job toolÑone that youÕll definitely want to keep within reach. And it's a handy companion to the popular Landscape Construction Details CD-ROM!
1,000 Graphic Elements (mini): Special Details for Distinctive Designs (1000 Series)
Wilson HarveyOften, the small, delightful details make a piece shine, similar to the way unique buttons on a white shirt can give it an entirely new look. This book explores 1,000 of these embellishments available to graphic designers across all kinds of projects, from books to brochures, invitations to menus, CDs to annual reports.   Exacting photography, which is accompanied by credits outlining the vendors and materials used, focuses on these details. This book invites designers to literally shop for ideas. Content is organized by type; if you’re in the market for an unusual binding, turn to the bindings section to see a wide collection of fresh ideas.   Other topics covered include fasteners, graphics, unique materials, embossing, debossing, specialty inks, type treatments, interesting color usage, add-ons, die cuts, and much more.
The Architect of Flowers
William Lychack The stories in William Lychack’s dazzling new collection, The Architect of Flowers, explore the dear and inevitable distance between people in loving relationships and find hope in dark situations. With tiny, precise details, Lychack observes the overlooked moments of everyday life—the small failings between parents and children, the long-held secrets in married life. A small-town policeman brings himself to shoot a family’s injured dog; an old woman secretly trains a crow to steal for her; a hybridizer’s wife discovers the perfect lie to bring her family magically together again. Lychack’s characters yearn to re-enchant the world, to turn the ordinary and profane into the sacred and beautiful again, to make beauty serve as an antidote to grief. From ghostwriter to ghost runners to ghosts in a chapel, these stories are extraordinary portraits of life’s tender humiliations as well as its sharp, rude jolts.
The Architect of Flowers
William Lychack The stories in William Lychack’s dazzling new collection, The Architect of Flowers, explore the dear and inevitable distance between people in loving relationships and find hope in dark situations. With tiny, precise details, Lychack observes the overlooked moments of everyday life—the small failings between parents and children, the long-held secrets in married life. A small-town policeman brings himself to shoot a family’s injured dog; an old woman secretly trains a crow to steal for her; a hybridizer’s wife discovers the perfect lie to bring her family magically together again. Lychack’s characters yearn to re-enchant the world, to turn the ordinary and profane into the sacred and beautiful again, to make beauty serve as an antidote to grief. From ghostwriter to ghost runners to ghosts in a chapel, these stories are extraordinary portraits of life’s tender humiliations as well as its sharp, rude jolts.
The Ice Cream Maker: An Inspiring Tale About Making Quality The Key Ingredient in Everything You Do
Subir ChowdhuryInnovation, claims quality consultant Subir Chowdhury, is part of America’s DNA. No other country in the world matches America’s creative drive and its ability to turn innovative ideas into revolutionary products–from antilock brakes and steel-belted radial tires to sophisticated software and microprocessors. But as fast as we introduce new products, we lose the markets we establish to countries that know how to manufacture higher quality versions for less money. As Japanese and European firms win market share by concentrating on quality, America is continually forced to rely on innovation to stay ahead. In The Ice Cream Maker, Chowdhury uses a simple story to illustrate how businesses can instill quality into our culture and into every product we design, build, and market. The protagonist of the story is Peter Delvecchio, the manager of a regional ice cream company, who is determined to sell its ice cream to a flourishing national grocery chain, Natural Foods. In conversations with the Natural Foods manager, Peter learns how the extraordinarily successful retailer achieves its renowned high standard of excellence, both in the services it provides its customers and in the foods it manufactures and sells. Quality, he discovers, must be the mission of every employee; by learning to listen, enrich, and optimize, he can encourage and sustain the highest levels of quality in everything the company does.Like Fish! and Who Moved My Cheese? The Ice Cream Maker offers an essential and universal lesson about one of industry's foremost challenges in a thoroughly engaging style. For managers and executives, small business owners and entrepreneurs, The Ice Cream Maker is a compelling, eye-opening guide to the most effective ways to achieve excellence and become industry leaders on the global stage.
Making Money from Home: How to Run a Successful Home-Based Business
Donna PartowIn tough economic times, conventional jobs can be hard to find. A home-based business could be the answer for many people. Making Money from Home compares the cost of working outside the home with the benefits of working from home. It provides readers with the tools they need to run a successful home business, such as time management advice, details on the foundations of a solid business, tips on marketing goods and services, legal issues to consider, and information on how to use the Internet effectively and how to create a business plan.
How I Made $1,000,000 in Mail Order-and You Can Too!
E. Joseph CossmanCatalogs, coupons, special offers in the mail--today's busy and cost-conscious consumers are depending more and more on the convenience and choice mail-order companies provide. In this revised edition of his 1964 classic, self-made millionaire Cossman details mail-order techniques and opportunities.
JW Pet Company Activitoys Guitar Bird Toy
The Activitoy Guitar will bring out the rebel rocker in all little birds. This interactive toy features tiny plastic beads that spin around the head of guitar for lots of in-tune fun. Raised plastic strings, beads, bells, balls and chains offer multiple textures to stimulate and engage birds using natural behaviors. Three bells dangle from the instrument's base, attached to beads that can be pulled up to make them ring. Birds can watch their own performance reflected in the metallic body of the guitar.
Sticky Mosaics Craft Kit - Riding School
Bring the world of horses home with you. Create 4 mosaics-by-numbers scenes. Hold on to your reins as you experience hours of a galloping good time! Contents: 3000+ sticky foam and jewel pieces, 4 sparkling designs, and 4 wall hangers
Victorian Details: Decorating Tips & Easy-to-Make Projects
Caroll Louise ShreeveThis celebration of Victoriana invites readers to rediscover the sublime pleasures of that singularly opulent era.  Lavish, ornate, and elegant, Victorian style was driven by the adage that “nothing should ever be done halfway.”  Focusing on the details that characterize the Victorian aesthetic, from symmetrical arrangements to layered lace cover-ups, this beautifully illustrated guidebook encourages today’s decorators to embrace the bold stylings of a more extravagant age. Replete with suggestions for introducing royal touches to even the most modest home, the book includes directions for specific projects—such as a brocade lampshade, angel gift tags and ornaments, etched-glass stemware, and a mosaic garden stepping stone—as well as a definitive directory of resources for Victorian decorating.

Tags handcrafted workathome
Address Tiny Details,
PO Box 85, PO Box 85,
Groton NY , 13073-0085
USA
Telephone607-898-9046
Web tinydetails.com
Email info@tinydetails.com
Type Business Opportunity