Eco-Friendly DIY Dollhouse from boxes
This DIY doll house made of cardboard! Use Mod collection and a pattern on the walls – and peg dolls for the people.
It all started when Sarah from dolls and daydreams, sent me the above image. It’s a doll house, that you have disposed of from a carton, a carton that went would otherwise be in the trash or in landfills, and now it’s a toy.
It’s in the way, like the pyramids of ancient Egypt in the way that it fits together without tape or glue. Although I promise you, the construction phase is much easier than the Sphinx.
Sarah created a pattern for the doll house, and she has created to cover some of the graphics, the doll house and the cute little wooden peg-people, which you can see on the photo.
Then you can sell them in your Etsy began to shop. How does it all balance out? Mod-Hodgepodge. In fact, Sarah, you with a tutorial for the peg-people. Here we go.
DIY doll house
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Mod hodgepodge gloss
wooden peg dolls
simply cut out the outfits (already size for standard-peg-dolls) and paint the head of the doll peg skin tone.
With a sponge applicator, apply a thin layer of Mod-smorgasbord, the wooden doll and wrap the paper outfit around the base.
With Mod-hodgepodge, seal the bottom of the tail piece.
Now some Mod-hodgepodge along the top edge of the paper, and smooth the paper down so that it lies snuggly against your peg doll's body with the finger (almost done! You see, I told you they were fast!)
Now do the same with the bottom. While it’s dry, you choose your hair color. They paint their hair, and using my mini templates and a red and black Sharpie, draw on the faces. Coat the entire doll with Mod-hodgepodge . . . and let them dry. You are done! Hooray!
If you would like to make your own pattern, you can. If you want to buy, it goes from Sarah’s Etsy shop here.