Mermaids` Makings

Our Dollshouse


I’m linking this post to Carnival of Junk Play at NurtureStore and We Play  at Childhood 101.


18 comments on “Our Dollshouse

  1. maggy red ted art
    January 1, 2011

    (I featured this on Get Crafty too! Wonderful!)

    “Recycled Get Crafty” –

  2. Christie - Childhood 101
    December 13, 2010

    What a fabulous creation, so precious. Thank you for linking to We Play this week :)

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  4. maggy red ted art
    December 9, 2010

    Oh Wow Wow Wow! I love your dolls house. Amazing! Made with so much love. You even have stockings!

    I would LOVE for you to join us at Kids Get Crafty (every Wednesday on Red Ted Art) – current link up

    Hope to see you there!


  5. cathy@nurturestore
    December 9, 2010

    Bravo! I’ve just shown this to B who says ‘Wow! Can we make one of these?’ Thanks for sharing your masterpiece with our Carnival of Junk Play. :)

  6. Colleen
    December 9, 2010

    Super cute and creative! What a cool dollhouse.
    Thanks for sharing.

  7. sunnyvale422
    December 8, 2010

    So impressive! I love your tiny furniture that is just perfect for this dollhouse.

  8. Alissa
    December 8, 2010

    So cute! I have to admit one of the things I’m most excited about having a girl now (she has two older brothers) is that in a couple years we’ll get to play with doll houses!!

  9. mermaid
    December 8, 2010

    Thank you ladies!

    Well, soon we will have a nice little book about all the projects and lovely comments people share with us in this blog. I`m going to order the book from Blurb.

  10. pam
    December 7, 2010

    Annabel does understand how lucky she is – right?

    This is a most excellent doll house! And I know she is going to remember it always.

    Have you ever considered making her a scrap book with pictures of all the projects you two have shared together?

    Happy holidays to you and your family.

  11. Sarah
    December 7, 2010

    I love it – it looks like much more fun than our *bought* one!

  12. elisabeth65
    December 7, 2010

    what a beautiful doll’s house, Linda!

  13. SakuSka
    December 6, 2010

    vau, kui vägev! tahaks isegi seal mängida :P tõeline villa ju!

  14. ritsik
    December 6, 2010

    eh, ma tahaks teha küll. nagu veel kümneid teisi toredaid asju :)

  15. Silja
    December 6, 2010


  16. ritsik
    December 6, 2010

    täitsa super! kui palju armsaid detaile ja kui palju tööd! muud asjad suudan enam-vähem ära mõistatada, kuidas on tehtud, aga tugitoolidest ei saa väga aru. Kas riide all on papp?

    • mermaid
      December 6, 2010

      Seal on jah papp. Lõikasin tugitoolikuju välja.. tagaosa ja kyljed koos. Eraldi lõikasin istme osa. Siis liimisin vati sinna peale ning õmblesin kanga ümber. Istmeosa on liimitud tugitooli (sofa) sisse. Tegelt on need toolid vale nurga all tehtud.. plastmassist nukke sinna panna ei saa.. nad ei jää sinna püsima. Aga traatjalgu on hea panna :)

      Hakkad tegema w?

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