Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Dollhouse design. Get inspired and try out new things.
Read tips for painting 1:12 inch scale miniatures, from the type of paint and brushes to use, and how to choose the right color scheme to design a stylish and cohesive dollhouse. Use these color palettes for any kind of crafting! Ceramics, knitting, jewelry making, painting, home decor and more.
Joan Brooks saved to Dollhouse DIY
This is the second dollhouse that we have completed. This one is the Oak Hollow from Real Good Toys. We wanted to have a mid-century modern-ish feel to i...
Cassie Pegan saved to Doll house plans
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For centuries, dollhouses were less of a toy in the corner of the playroom, and more of a work of art. Children could still play with them, of course, but as these incredibly stylish dollhouse Instagram accounts show you, there is some absolute…
Jessica Cloe Minis saved to Small Treasures
Lately we’ve come across some fantastic Philly finds that we want to share with you, so we are staring a new blog series called Around Philly. For our first feature we are going super local, as in right here in Elkins Park, the town that
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Welcome to the Mini Adventures Co. blog! I plan to use this blog to share easy tutorials with you so you can create your own mini adventures. Since this is the very first post, it seemed fitting to share my story of how I got started with miniatures and how you can start your own dollhouse. This is the very first dollhouse I ever worked on, and it's amazing how far I've already come in my miniature making. I purchased this Melissa and Doug dollhouse for my daughter Lucy a couple years ago…
Lori Younce saved to Olivia activity board
Yeah ! I was able to fix my lighting issue with these battery operated LED Puck Lights I found at Home Depot. It was not possible to wire the structure because of the knockdown construction.
This Gothic Victorian inspired dollhouse began as a Tennyson. I liked the basic footprint for the house however, felt it needed major design changes. i added extra doors and windows, changed window sizes, and created a special brick chimney. The interior staircase was also moved. Siding was a must, and for contrast the bay was done in a vertical siding. After all the architectural construction issues were dealt with, the color pallet was next.... I had picked up a flyer at the paint store…
Stephanie Wilson saved to dollhouse