The dollhouse exterior
go to the kitchen and the lounge
go to the nursery and the bathroom
go to the study and the bedroom
Carole's D.I.Y. pages  


Welcome to Carole's Doll's House

Page 2

The Lounge and the Kitchen

This is the room the front door opens into (well it would if it could open).There are wooden beads on the mantelpiece and three large beads glued together make the vase on the hearth I used t shirt transfer paper and thick felt to make the rug but it's come out flatter than I expected.

The picture with its cardboard frame and Frank's newspaper are computer printoffs as is the wallpaper. The cushions I made from my husbands old shirts because I liked the colours.. The tv has got to go and I want to replace the picture with a family photo.

I made the chimmney out of cardboard and it started off on the back wall but when I changed the furniture it wouldn't fit so I had to move it. Wouldn't it be nice if real life D.I.Y was that easy. The hearth is half a full size tile I had.
Young Benjamin has been crayoning with pencils made from cocktail sticks but is now about to eat a stolen piece of cake.

The laundry rack was cobbled together out of thin wood (from an old coaster) and bamboo skewers, the items hanging on it were made from disposable cleaning cloths drawn on with felt tip pens.
My grandaughter aged four made the red and green one..

I got the idea for the sewing basket from a library book by Venus Dodge, it's made from tapestry canvas.

I struggled with this room, it is just so small. I couldn't get the unit's to fit properly (because of the ridge around the floor) until I thought of putting a tiled shelf behind them. The wallpaper is real, the staircarpet is a thick ridged wallpaper too. I used it to widen the staircase.The clock is a spare plate with a printoff face, oops I think it's stopped.

Can you tell that the cannisters and plates on the top shelf are made from photo paper? I printed them from here.

The salt and pepper mills are beads and wire.


All the packets, bags and wall tiles are computer printables

You can find lots of dollhouse grocery printies at
Jennifer's Printables

conact Carole

On the table are my first attempts at making food. I used bread dough for the fruit and flan and sticky felt pads (the type you put under things to stop them scratching furniture) for the cake and sandwiches,
The table is set for tea for the children and grandma who will be arriving shortly to babysit.

The Nursery And Bathroom

The dollhouse exterior
go to the kitchen and the lounge
go to the nursery and the bathroom
go to the study and the bedroom
Carole's D.I.Y. pages  



Links to Dollhouse Tutorials
Instructions by Jennifer

How to make sofas and
chairs from cardboard
and fabric

How to build a trestle table and benches

How to make dollhouse
curtains from paper

Complete printable cutting plan and step by step instuctions for building your own dollhouse

Links to DollhouseTutorials
Instructions by Carole

How to make a stained glass window from stickers and markers

How to make a hanging plate rack from a Michael's hutch

How to make a realistic Ascot boiler
Links to Free Dollhouse Printables

Printable Dollhouse Wallpaper

Dollhouse Grocery

Printable Dollhouse
Gift Bags and Boxes

Printable Dollhouse

Printable Dollhouse
Toys and Games


Lingerie Shop Boxes

Pet shop Packages

Toy Shop Boxes
Links to the Doll Houses and Miniature Handsculpted Dolls
shown on this website

This link will take you to Jennifer's dollhouse.

See my hand-sculpted
miniature dolls

Carole's first
doll's house

Carole's second
doll's house

Kerry's Dollhouse

Let's Build a Dollhouse
Home Page

Jennifer's Printables Home Page

A Styrofoam Dollhouse

My other habit, I mean hobby.

Visit my five miniature shops


Meet Tim and Simon.
They let me share the house with them

Links to other doll house related websites

Check out this website if you are thinking about visiting Niagara Falls
It will save you some money

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