Doll House Book Shelf

969141_641977829165642_1930924082_nThis conversion of a wooden bookshelf to a doll house will create a time of fun for your special little girl. This design is a little intricate – but it could be made fairly easy and made so that the added components could be removed later to go back to just a book shelf. Picket fence can be added to the bottom, dividers can be added to in between the shelves to divide them into room. Here they removed the top and added a pitched roof with new tongue and groove back. They cut out squares in the sides and inserted premade squares that are divided to look like windows. The back and insides could be painted out to look like little rooms with wall paper (decorated scrapbook pages) paint with stencils or sponge paintings. How about a little metal for the walls in the kitchen. The top pitch (if you make one) could be covered in large tongue depressors (available at craft stores).

Terra Cotta Pot Dolls

I don’t have instructions for these but thought I would share….. would look cool to have a bunch of these little ones sitting on ledges around the garden! Anyone have instructions/directions please let me know!

Gingerbread Doll House

Materials:

  • Wood Doll House
  • Ceramcoat® Acrylic Paint – Bambi Brown
  • Glitter Glue – Silver
  • Creatology™ Foam Sheet – White
  • Foam Stickers – Christmas Shapes
  • Craft Sticks
  • Craft Smart® All Purpose Glue
  • Blunt Scissors
  • Craft Smart® Paint Brush
  • Disposable Plate for Paint Palette
  • Container of Water
  • Paper Towels
  • Recycled Newspaper (to protect work surface)
  • Ceramcoat® Acrylic Paint – Dark Brown

Instructions:

  1. Paint the entire doll house with Bambi Brown. Let dry.
  2. Use Dark Brown to paint the edges and inside corners (about ¼-inch) of the house to look like gingerbread. Paint spots with Dark Brown as shown. Let dry.
  3. Cut a length of foam to fit along the roofline, about 1-inch wide and wavy to look like snow. Glue in place.
  4. Glue the foam candies along the roofline.
  5. Use the craft stick to apply Glitter Glue to the corners and roof line of the house as desired. Let dry.