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Dollhouse bed

Transform your child's bedroom with a magical dollhouse bed. Explore top ideas to create a whimsical and enchanting space for your little one to sleep and play.
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Making a dollhouse bed is a great way to bring some really cozy feel to your dollhouse. Today, I am going to show you how I make my beds with a relatively easy tutorial. First, decide what size your bed needs to be. Measure length, width and height that will fit in your dollhouse bedroom. I cut a piece of wood 1/8" thick x 3 5/8" x 6 3/4"for my bed base. This should be a hard material that won't bend easily. I used tempered hardboard. This is a particle board sometimes used in back of…

Gordana Warga
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DIY Miniature 1:12 Scale BED & MATTRESS! | How to Make a Mini Wooden Bed Frame: I love miniatures and am slowly edging my way towards the big dollhouse project of my dreams, but for now I'm making miniature furniture and accessories to fill it when the time comes :D This tutorial is all about making my own mini bed and mattress…

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Most miniatures take a lot of patience. This particular miniature, while it seems easy now that it's finished, took a lot of patience. The beginning of it has been in the works in my head for months. I wanted a vintage metal bed for my cottage. The bedroom is an attic room and a normal sized bed is just too big and takes up the whole room. I needed to make it. I've tried on a few occasions to use glue, or fancy metal glue, and even once tried to get my husband to help fuse pieces together. I…

Grace Mckay