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Sunday, May 6, 2018

How to Make Dollhouse in an Altoid Tin

This blog article was originally posted on my first blog In Our Pond.  I started out trying to put all my travel content on my homeschooling blog, but it grew to be too big.  So, I'm moving all the road trip stuff over here!  It'll probably take me a while to move all the posts, but I'll also be posting new content on here as well.  In Our Pond will now be exclusively for homeschooling and parenting content, while this blog (Party Through the USA) is for all the family travel posts.  Check them both out!


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If you haven't noticed, I'm a bit obsessed with Altoid Tins (like for organization, travel, homeschool, etc).  After doing the 50+ Tiny Toys post last week, I just had to make one of my own!

Behold, the Pocket Dollhouse!

Dragonfly loves tiny things, so I looked on Amazon for miniature toys.  I found a set of teeny dolls called Cabbage Patch Li'l Sprouts.  The bigger dolls are 1.5" tall and the babies are about 0.5" small.  Once I got the dolls, I started assembling the furniture.

The bed and chair are made from craft sticks.  The bed is made from the jumbo ones and the chair is made from large sized ones.  They're held together with hot glue.  The table is constructed from a wood disk and a wood bead.

The carpet is sticker-backed felt, which is really easy to use and stays down well.  The doll bedding is felt as well.  Since the package came with a tiny panda, I made a water and bamboo dish with craft foam.  I'm hoping to add a few doll accessories before our road trip.

This dollhouse was a fun project, and I hope you enjoyed reading about it!


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