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This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift for your kids or grandkids. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Scroll for a step-by-step tutorial, a video tutorial, and free dollhouse plans.

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

Today I’m excited to show you this simple DIY handmade wooden dollhouse I built for my 5-year-old granddaughter, Bridget Kate.  The same girl I made a tree swing for a couple of summers ago, if you remember. That girl can pretty much get anything she wants from this grandma. That means you can expect more kid-related projects for your kiddos and grand kiddos going forward. Woot!

This project was a last-minute build right before Christmas. I used inexpensive lumber and just a few tools. Given how pricey dollhouses are, building your own is a HUGE savings. As always, I have a detailed tutorial for you along with free plans!. So, if you’re ready, let’s get started. Note: If reading isn’t your jam you can scroll down to the video at the bottom. You’re welcome 🙂

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

DIY Simple Handmade Wooden Doll House

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Materials Needed

Step 1: Cut and assemble the middle pieces

Cut lumber to size as outlined in the materials section above and also in the plans. A few of the pieces for this build are the exact same size, so I recommend you cut two or three boards at the same time. This will not only save time, but it will also ensure that all of the pieces are exactly the same length. I used my miter saw to cut all of the pieces I needed to begin with, except the 3 for the pitched roof. I left those for the end so I could measure on the spot once the house was put together. 

I should warn you, in the plans, you will see that I drew the sequence to put the pieces together a little differently. The order you do things in doesn’t matter, as long as you make sure you have enough room to get your hand (and your nail gun) in there. 

Because of that, I started with the middle section and made two L-shape pieces. I used wood glue at the seams and my brad nail gun. The placement of the vertical pieces isn’t that important. Just stagger them enough so they’re not on top of each other. If you want a true “open concept” dollhouse, you can leave them out 🙂

 

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

Step 2:Attach the surrounding pieces

Below is a picture of what you should end up with. The three horizontal boards are 22 1/2″, the two sideboards are 20″ and the two short, vertical boards that divide the rooms are 8″.   It can get a little awkward maneuvering the pieces. Be sure to use clamps and a right angle square to keep everything straight as you put it together. And don’t forget to use glue at every seam. It really makes a difference!

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

Notice that the bottom floor board will be “sandwiched” in between the two side boards, meaning that the side boards will touch the floor. You may also notice that the bottom board in the pic is a 1x 8. I initially wanted the base of the house to be larger, but I didn’t like the look, so I ended up trimming that piece off. Nothing for you to worry about since you’ll be getting 1x 6s.

Step 3: The pitched roof

Please refer to the plans for details on this. Basically, I started by cutting a 45-degree bevel into the end of a 1x 6, then I made a straight cut at 8″ on the other end. This is the piece that’s inside the yellow circle in the picture. I placed the piece on top but I didn’t attach it (I attached it at the end nailing from the top of the roof). 

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

I then grabbed a 1×6 and a pencil, marked the angle placement, and took the longer board to the miter saw to cut the bevels on each end. Once I attached one side of the pitched roof, I let the 8″ vertical piece prop the one board up on the left side, while I marked the angle on the board on the right side in the same way.

I’ll be honest, this was kind of sketchy, but it did the job. I was building this piece on a whim and figuring things out as I went. The side angle seams weren’t perfect but nothing a little wood filler couldn’t handle (watch the video at the bottom of this post for a close up). In the end, I ended up cutting a 45-degree bevel on one end (the end that touched the sideboard) and a 42-degree bevel on the pitched end. I did this on each of the two boards. The two boards that formed the pitched roof were 15- 1/4″ from long point to long point. 

Step 4: Paint the dollhouse

At this point, I sanded the edges and painted the dollhouse a light grey color. 

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

Step 5: Prepare and attach the back piece

To give the dollhouse a back wall, I simply traced the roof and each of the rooms onto a 1/4″ plywood piece, using a pencil. Because I got a 2′ x 4′ remnant piece, it was exactly the same width of the house, so all I had to worry about cutting was the A-frame. I used a jig saw for this part. 

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans. 

Once the piece was cut and traced, I added “wall paper” to the smaller rooms. I cutscrapbook paper to size and adhered with mod podge, an awesome  adhesive that dries clear. I applied it on the back and front of the paper so it’d stay on good, then carefully painted the rest of the piece white.

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

After that, the rest is smooth sailing! Simply attach it to the back of the house with wood glue and brad nails.

This simple DIY wooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

And of course, you can’t have a dollhouse without dollhouse furniture ! Besides the cute furniture, I am obsessed with the little wooden family that the wife of one of my co-worker’s PAINTED for me!! (holy talent!!) Aren’t they cute!?!. If you’re talented like that you can find the unfinished wooden peg dolls on Amazon. 

This simple DIY handmadewooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

That’s all my friends! Here are a few more picture of the finished handmade dollhouse! I hope you build one! If you like this project , join the sawdust sisters DIY community for more easy, doable projects, and don’t forget to download the plans for this dollhouse!

This simple DIY handmadewooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

This simple DIY handmadewooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

This simple DIY handmadewooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

 Until next time my friend. Make sure you pin it until you can get to it! 🙂

This simple DIY handmadewooden dollhouse makes a great gift. Build it with inexpensive lumber and a few tools. Click for a step-by-step tutorials and free plans.

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Novice woodworker and serial Popcorn eater, Janice Thomas writes detailed tutorials that motivate others to "dare to try". Originally from Puerto Rico, Janice is fluent in Spanish and dreams of owning a beach house on the island someday! Janice currently lives in Utah with her husband and children, where she works as a university professor.

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A handmade dollhouse is the perfect gift for creative play. This plywood dollhouse is sized large enough to fit 11

Build a beautiful handmade dollhouse with these easy DIY plans.

Use these handmade dollhouse plans to make the perfect Christmas present this year. The 4′ dollhouse is built out of plywood for a sturdy house that will last.

DIY Handmade plywood dollhouse in white with faux brick

The dollhouse’s large rooms are big enough for 11″ dolls, and they can even to fit through the door ways standing up. A DIY dollhouse is the perfect surprise for Christmas morning!

backside of diy handmade dollhouse

I knew I wanted to get my daughter a dollhouse for Christmas. She loves playing with her Barbie dolls.

Currently she has a small house that folds up for easy storage. It gets lots and lots of play, but she keeps asking Santa for a big dollhouse. She needs something more.

close up of brick on handmade dollhouse

We started shopping around for dollhouses and I was left unimpressed. There were a lot of expensive options and a lot of flimsy looking options. I knew I could create something amazing for way less, so I hit the sketchpad instead.

And what was born is this beautiful rolling dollhouse that is actually large enough for her 11″ dolls to fit inside (and even through the doorways).

Beautiful handmade dollhouse shown with barbie on shelf

I am so excited to give this beautiful handmade dollhouse to my daughter this Christmas. It’s been so much fun building and decorating it.

I am only planning on finishing the dollhouse exterior and a couple of the rooms inside before Christmas. Then we can work together later to create the perfect handmade dollhouse with lots of personal touches.

Handmade dollhouse painted white with brick

DIY Dollhouse Plans

Even though I am not done with this project, I wanted to share the dollhouse plans ASAP. In case anyone else is looking to surprise someone with a beautiful DIY dollhouse this Christmas.

This dollhouse can be made from just over one sheet of plywood. I know, just over one sheet really sucks.

I thought I had it figured out how to get all the pieces on one sheet. But then after cutting it all out and assembling, realized I was missing one piece. So if you have a garage full of scraps, you can get away with just buying one sheet.

If not, you will need to buy 1 and 1/4 sheets, but then you will have plenty of left over pieces to create some fun little furnishings for the house too.

large handmade dollhouse shown with two barbie dolls shown inside

PS Please excuse Eric’s nakedness.  I was lucky to find him a pair of pants for the picture, but have no clue where his shirt has disappeared too. I just wanted to show the scale.  

Cutting Plywood without a Table Saw

I built this entire DIY dollhouse without using a table saw. The entire sheet of plywood was easily cut down with a circular saw with a guide track. I used the Kreg RipCut and AccuCut.

These are my two favorite new tools because they make it possible for me to rip down full sheets of plywood all by myself. And they are super easy to use and accurate.

back view of plywood handmade dollhouse

And next week I will be sharing an update on the dollhouse with all the finishing ideas. But first, grab your saw and get to building. 

And don’t forget to check out the rest of my Woodworking Tutorials for more DIY gift ideas.

How to Make a Handmade Dollhouse

Tools:

  • Circular saw with plywood blade
  • Circular saw guides like the Kreg RipCut or AccuCut
  • Jig saw
  • Drill
  • 16 gauge finishing nailer
  • Measuring tape

Supplies:

  • 1 sheet of 1/2″ plywood + scrap piece or 1/4 sheet
  • 1/4″ plywood
  • 1 1/4″ finishing nails
  • wood glue
Picture of the printable PDF woodworking plans for a dollhouse and a button to purchase them.

Cut all the pieces from the plywood

The cuts for the plywood are a little tricky, but I have it all detailed out in the printable PDF dollhouse plans.

plans for handmade dollhouse

Start by ripping a 12″ piece off the long edge of the sheet of plywood with the Kreg RipCut. Cut the pieces in the picture below out of it. I used the AccuCut to cut all the cross pieces.

To cut out the doorways, drill a hole in the corners of the doorways and use a jigsaw to cut along the lines.

Step 1 for ripping down the plywood for the handmade dollhouse

Next cut a 43 1/2″ piece off the remaining section of plywood with the AccuCut. Cut the notches out of the corners with the AccuCut. Then cut the roof wall out of the larger piece.

To keep the corners clean, cut just to the lines with the top of the circular saw (which will leave the bottom still attached because of the curved saw blade). Then use the jig saw to complete the cut.

This gives you much straighter lines than just using the jig saw.

Using the drill, drill holes in the corners of the windows and then cut them out with the jig saw.

Step 2 for ripping down the plywood for the handmade dollhouse

From the remaining piece of plywood, cut the following pieces I used the RipCut to cut the 12″ sections only to the corners, then finished the notched cuts with the AccuCut and a jig saw.

Step 3 for ripping down the plywood for the handmade dollhouse

From the scrap (or second piece) of plywood, cut the last 1/2″ thick piece.

Step 4 for ripping down the plywood for the handmade dollhouse

Cut the roof pieces from the 1/4″ plywood. Or if you have to buy a second sheet, you can always use the 1/2″ plywood as well.

I plan on adding roof shingles to the house so I wanted to start with a thinner layer so it doesn’t add too much bulk. But you could also add texture to the thicker roof with a router or decorative paper or something else.

Step 5 for ripping down the plywood for the handmade dollhouse

Assemble the dollhouse

Once all the pieces are cut, it’s time to assemble. Starting at the bottom, attach the front of the house and then the side walls with wood glue and the 1 1/4″ nails.

Next add the bottom floor inner walls and top it off with the second floor. Continue adding the walls and floors all the way up.

Build plans for beautiful handmade dollhouse from a sheet of plywood

Before adding the roof, I used my jig saw at a 22 1/2 degree angle to cut off the top of the front of the house wall so the roof would lay flat against it.

Then move onto the front entryway of the house and add the side wall and front wall. To add the roof to the top of the entryway, I cut the side of the roof boards at a 22 1/2 degree angle so they fit together nicely.

This is not totally necessary if you are planning on covering the roof up with shingles, but it was easy and looks really great.

Free build plans front view of handmade dollhouse

The total size of the handmade dollhouse is about the size of a small bookcase. I added wheels to the bottom of the dollhouse so we can wheel it up against the wall like a bookcase, but then easily wheel it out for lots of play time.

Barbie dollhouse out of plywood with brick

Next I will be adding trim around the house to finish off the plywood edges and add dimension. I’ll also be adding shingles to the roof and doors.

You can see all the dollhouse exterior details here.

Rolling handmade dollhouse shown with two barbies

Materials

  • Printable PDF build plans
  • 1 sheet of 1/2″ plywood + scrap piece
  • 1/4″ plywood
  • 1 1/4″ finishing nails
  • Wood glue

Tools

  • Circular saw with plywood blade
  • Circular saw guides like the Kreg RipCut and AccuCut
  • Jig saw
  • Drill
  • Finishing nail gun
  • Measuring tape

Instructions

    1. Breakdown the plywood for the exterior frame, walls and floor from the 1/2" thick plywood according to the plans.
    2. Use the circular saw with the guide tracks to break down the plywood. Drill holes in the corners of the doors and windows and cut between them with the jig saw to create the cutouts.
    3. When cutting sections out of the plywood, cut just to the lines with the top of the circular saw (which will leave the bottom still attached because of the curved saw blade). Then use the jig saw to complete the cut.
    4. Cut the roof pieces from the 1/4″ plywood according to the plans.
    5. To assemble the dollhouse, start at the bottom. Attach the front of the house and then the side walls with wood glue and the 1 1/4″ nails.
    6. Next add the bottom floor inner walls and top it off with the second floor. Continue adding the walls and floors all the way up.
    7. Then move onto the front entryway of the house and add the side wall and front wall.
    8. To add the roof to the top of the entryway, cut the side of the roof boards at a 22 1/2 degree angle so they fit together nicely.
    9. Add wheels to the bottom of the dollhouse to make it easier to move around for lots of play time.
    10. Paint/wallpaper/stain the house however you want. Use patterned papers as wallpaper. For flooring, use scrap wood, scrap flooring or flooring samples. Add trim to the exterior to finish off the corners.

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Smaller Version of this Dollhouse

Want to build an American Girl Dollhouse, but in a smaller version?  We have created a new plan that is very similar, but only two stories.  I found my daughter couldn't reach that third story, so the shorter version worked better for us.

Does your child love American Girl or 18" dolls?

American Girl dollhouses are outrageously expensive.  Have you considered a DIY dollhouse?

American Girl Dollhouse Features

  • Easy to build with about $150 in materials
  • All plywood construction - so will last much longer than an MDF or particle board dollhouse
  • Fun to customize and decorate
  • Can add casters so easy to move
  • Plans are easy to modify - so you can make it a two story dollhouse or change up the size
  • Lots of reader submitted photos and success stories

How to Build the Dollhouse

Here's how we built our DIY dollhouse -

Rip Plywood for Sides and Shelves

We cut the plywood into strips 23-3/4" wide by 8 feet long.  You'll get four strips from the two sheets of plywood.  Have your home improvement store do this for you if you don't have a table saw or a truck, just make sure the strips are exactly the same width.

Then cut the tops into the house shape for the two sides.  

Cut Doors and Windows Out

Then to cut the doors and windows out,

I drew the windows and doors out on each of the panels, and then drilled holes on each side, inside the lines,

Then it's just a matter of connecting the dots,

With a jigsaw.

Cutting out the windows and doors was probably the most time consuming part of this whole project.

Assemble the Dollhouse

I used a Kreg Jig to assemble the pieces.  There's not alot of joints, but because the pieces are so huge, it was a little cumbersome - but nothing I couldn't manage on my own.  You don't have to use a Kreg Jig - you can also use 2" self tapping wood screws.

Window and Door Trim

The window and door trim makes a huge difference on the dollhouse.  Here's how I built it -

I nailed together 1x2 "boxes" first with 1-1/4" brad nails and glue.  

Then I just placed the trim in the openings and nailed to the plywood edges.

Our happy client made a few requests that aren't in this plan - we did not add the bottom trim and used caster wheels instead.  And instead of the two rooms upstairs, we made one full room upstairs (but had to add a 1x2 at the top to support the 1/4" plywood on the back.

How We Finished the Dollhouse

I also added veneer edge banding to all exposed plywood edges to finish them off.

For the floors inside the dollhouse, we wanted to keep the wood, so we used Rustoleum Wood Stain in Dark Walnut.

It's a one step - just apply and wipe off.  Easy enough for my seven year old to help out!

We also applied RustOleum polyurethane over the stain to protect the floors (just like a real wood floor!!!).

Then we taped over the floors with painter's tape (until we ran out and had to use duct tape) and newspaper,

A quick sanding, and she's ready for primer!

Jacob sprayed the dollhouse with primer,

And then I painted carefully the blue exterior paint on the outsides.

We LOVED how it turned out!!!!

But we wanted the roof to stand out a little more,

So I picked up some RustOleum textured spray paint and sprayed the roof.  It loos like roofing!!!

Related: American Girl Dollhouse for Small Spaces

This dollhouse plan is VERY big.  If you need a smaller dollhouse, we have one other plan that would fit in almost any space.

The rooms are not full depth, but I found my daughter preferred to play on the floor with her dolls, and just used the dollhouse to store and display her American Girls and their accessories.

You can find the free plans for the smaller American Girl Dollhouse here.

American Girl Dollhouse Plans

The plans for this dollhouse follow.  You can easily customize to different size and of course, paint or stain any way you imagine.

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Simple Dollhouse Plans


This step by step diy woodworking project is about simple dollhouse plans. If you want to surprise your kid with a nice dollhouse, we recommend you to pay attention to the following instructions and to select the materials with great care. As a general rule, we recommend you to invest in durable lumber, such as cedar, pine or redwood, as they also have a nice natural finish.

There are so many designs and materials to choose from, that we really recommend you to spend some time researching the most suitable plans for your needs. If you still haven’t found what you are looking for, we strongly recommend you to pay attention to these instructions and to check out the related projects, if you want to get more ideas and potential projects for your home and garden.

 

 

Projects made from these plans

 

 

  • A – 2 pieces of 1×12 lumber – 48″ long SIDES
  • B – 3 pieces of 1×12 – 42″ long, 3 pieces of 1×12 lumber – 12″ long SHELVES
  • C – 2 pieces of 1×3 lumber – 12 1/4 “, 1 piece – 45″ long TRIMS
  • C – 1 piece of 1×12 lumber – 38 1/2″ long FRONT WALL
  • D – 1 pieces of 1/4″ plywood – 43 1/2″ x 48″ BACK
  • E – 1 piece of 1×16 lumber – 45″ long ROOF
  • F – 1 piece of 1×16 lumber – 45″ long TRIMS

 One day

 

 

Building a dollhouse

Building a dollhouse

Building a dollhouse

 

Smart tip: You should adjust the design and the shape of the dollhouse to suit your needs. Generally speaking, any person with basic woodworking skills can get the job done in just a weekend.

 

 

Simple dollhouse plans

Building the sides of the dollhouse

Building the sides of the dollhouse

The first step of the woodworking project is to build the sides of the dollhouse. As you can easily notice in the image, we recommend you to build the sides by using 1×12 slats. Mark the cut lines before adjusting the size of the slats with a circular saw.

Drill starting holes before making the notches with a jigsaw. Remove the excess with a sand-block and continue the project by making the opposite wall. Cut the top at about 30 degrees.

Fitting the base

Fitting the base

The next step of the project is to attach the base to the sides walls. As it can be seen in the image, we recommend you to cut the piece of 1×12 lumber at the right size and to drill pocket holes at both ends.

Align the component at both ends, add waterproof glue and insert several screws to the job done in a professional manner. Leave about 3/4″ from the bottom to the base, if you want to add a nice trim to the dollhouse.

Installing the back pannel

Installing the back panel

Continue the project by attaching the back to the dollhouse. As you can notice in the image, it would be a great idea to cut the piece of 1/4″ plywood at the right size with a circular saw and to lock it into place with finishing nails.

Align the panel at both ends and make sure the corners are right-angled before inserting the nails. Add waterproof glue to the joints, if you want to enhance the rigidity of the structure.

Fitting the interior shelves

Fitting the interior shelves

If you want to enhance the look of the simple dollhouse, we recommend you to add interior shelves to the structure. Cut the 1×12 slats at the right size and lock them to the side walls with 1 1/4″ screws, after drilling pocket holes at both ends.

Place a spirit level on top of the shelves to check if they are perfectly horizontal. Drill pocket holes at both ends of the partitions and lock them between the shelves with pocket screws.

Attaching the bottom trims

Attaching the bottom trims

If you want to enhance the look of the dollhouse, we recommend you to attach 1×2 trims to the bottom of the structure. As you can easily notice in the image, we recommend you to cut the ends of the trims at 45 degrees, as to get proper joints.

Attaching the front wall

Attaching the front wall

Although this step is not compulsory, it will most certainly add value to your project and enhance the look of the dollhouse. Cut a piece of 1×12 lumber at the right size and make a few notches as shown in the free plans.

Drill a starting holes and cut out the squares, if you want to get the job done in a professional manner. Smooth the cut edges with a piece of sandpaper, if you want to get a professional result.

Attaching the trims

Attaching the trims

One of the last steps of the project is to attach the 1×1 (1/4″ thick) trims around the windows. Although you can get the job done also by painting the areas around the notches, fitting the trims into place will make a significant difference.

After cutting the trims to the right size, we recommend you to attach them into place by using waterproof glue. In addition, you can also insert several 3/4″ finishing nails to lock everything tightly.

Attaching the roof

Attaching the roof

Attaching the roof to the top of the dollhouse is not a complex job, as it requires basic woodworking skills. If you want to get the job done in a professional manner, we recommend you to cut the piece of 1×16 lumber at the right size and to lock it into place with finishing nails.

Add waterproof glue to joints, if you want to enhance the rigidity of the structure. Make sure there are no gaps between the components, if you aim for a professional result.

Simple Dollhouse Plans

Simple Dollhouse Plans

One of the last steps of the woodworking project is to take care of the finishing touches. Therefore, fill the pilot holes with wood putty and smooth the surface with 120-grit sandpaper.

Top Tip: In order to protect the lumber from water damage, we recommend you to cover the components with several coats of paint. Place the wood table in a proper location and move it whenever necessary.

 

 

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22 DIY DollHouse - How To Build A Doll House

Building a dollhouse for a girl child looks like a big deal and an expensive project, but guess what? Building a DIY dollhouse is not one bit stressful. It is one of the fun things to do that I recommend for mother and daughter bonding.

I have put together a list of 22 DIY dolls houses, I hope you find the perfect one for your child.

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1. How To Build A DIY Dollhouse

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Keep your kids occupied with building a DIY dollhouse. This dollhouse is made of birch plywood and poplar boards. It is constructed with two doors, six rooms, and an extra room on the roof. In making this, first cut out all your pieces then assemble them. Attach the windows and rooms. You can use flex tape instead of hinges.

2. DIY Dollhouse Plans

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This opened door dollhouse depicts creativity at its peak. You should have basic knowledge of woodworking to make something as beautiful as this. Some dollhouse shelves that look like this were recreated from kitchen shelves and just needed a bit of extra work to complete with the finishing. Every other thing you can put inside can be gotten from around the house.

3. Cardboard Box Dollhouse

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If you don’t want to work with wood and steel then there is an easy DIY dollhouse that you can afford to make. You will need a carton and cut it open. Paint the walls or add wallpaper for your interior. Attach the windows, doors, and partitions. The roof is the final attachment then you can fit your finishing touches.

4. How To Build A DollHouse

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When creating your dollhouse, remember that good colors matter also. You will need a jigsaw, screwdriver, paint brushes, drill, and drill bits amongst other things. If you do not have some of the wood tools then you can draft what you need and get the wood store to cut them out for you. Then you can take over from there to the finishing.

5. Shoe Box Doll House

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There are so many home décor crafts that are very easy and affordable to recreate. After looking through this, you would not consider throwing away your old shoebox. You will need newspapers, glue, and paint for the making process.

6. Homemade Dollhouse

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If you need to work on a special project to give your kids for Christmas then this DIY dollhouse is my number 1 pick for you. Sheets of plywood can get this evenly done for you. Try to add more personal touches to look good to your taste.

7. DIY Doll Dog House

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To build a house, you don’t always need concrete. This DIY dollhouse is fit for your amazing kids who want a doll dog house. Don’t forget to get the size of the dog so the house doesn’t look too small for it. Cut wood from an old wine box was used for this project. Assemble the pieces and decorate.

8. DIY Halloween Doll House

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If you want to make an expensive DIY dollhouse then you can try out this first. This doll has an amazing glow of poise and excellence and it should not be too difficult to recreate. If you have an old dollhouse then you can refurbish by changing the wallpaper, floor, and furniture.

9. How To Make A Fold Away Doll House

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This foldaway DIY dollhouse is portable and easy to create. This will help your kids not to litter the entire environment when they are done with playtime. Cut out the shapes on the plywood with a jigsaw and sand it. Paint and assemble.

10. DIY Dollhouse From Crates

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Help your kids to learn the art of creativity from a tender age. Don’t forget to keep them out of harm’s way if you are working with too many harmful objects and instruments. This won’t stress so much, just stack the crates and glue together but don’t forget to use your favorite designs.

11. DIY Miniature Cardboard Dollhouse

Are you on a budget and you need a simple DIY dollhouse for your kids? Let’s try out this cardboard constructed piece. Cut your pieces to shape and attach them with glue and fit into your construction. You can use pieces of colored paper as your paintings.

12. $37 Thrifted Doll House Makeover

Building a dollhouse is fun and whoever you make it for would surely cherish it. This costs as much as $37 to recreate and it is made of wooden pieces. You will need a lot of paint to refurbish an old house.

13. How To Make A Pink Cardboard Dollhouse

Are you looking for the perfect gift for your kids? This should suffice. Pink is a fascinating warm color that you can use for your DIY dollhouse. You can use different pieces of colored paper as your wallpaper. These tiny pieces can be a lot difficult to pick but you will need perseverance.

14. How To Make A Doll House In A Shoebox

Your old shoebox does not need to be thrown away. You can use it to create something as fascinating as this. You will need a stronger adhesive to fix all the details but first, you need to cut out your pieces.

15. DIY Fairy Castle Doll House

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You can always recreate what you have always pinned in your TO DO using the DIY dollhouse creations. You can always get inspiration from somewhere and use it to build. Create your designs and transfer to the plywood then cut. You may need to spend some cool cash but it’s worth it. It is collapsible too.

16. Easy LED Doll's House Lighting

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Making a dollhouse from scratch can be somewhat exhausting but you can always have an opportunity to make it the way you want it to be. You can choose to fix led lights inside the house so it can stand out. Each room is tiled with floor tiles. It comes with a lot of cabling and you need to affix it to the floor of the room above each room. You can use a project box to hold the switches. Using shades for the bulbs is quite necessary to add better finishing touches.

17. DIY Doll House With Cardboard Box

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If you want to build an amazing dollhouse with a low budget, you can always make this possible with this DIY dollhouse made of an old carton. The walls are painted like bricks and that is pretty different from the usual regular bright paints and wallpapers. Just use a pencil and a ruler and scribble.

18. DIY Collapsible Dollhouse

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If you need something to get you occupied for Christmas then you can try duplicating this DIY dollhouse. It’s unusually collapsible. Instead of using three-ringed binders, you can use thrifted double album covers. Every detail was constructively joined together to make this beauty.

19. Pink Fairy Cottage House

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This project is not meant to take so much of your time as far as you have all the necessary tools that can be used for it. You can check around your house for these materials. This was gotten from the yard. You will need materials like paper, fabric, lace, paint, mat, board. This two-floor house is made with very easy to find materials. First, the measurements, draw it on the paper, cut it out then assemble.

20. How To Wire A Dollhouse

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This beautiful DIY dollhouse will need you to use parallel circuits, resistors, wire, LEDs, copper tape, switches, current, or voltage. If you are a student from the department of physics then this should not be difficult to come up with. Get an already made dollhouse and build in your constructions or you can decide to make a dollhouse for yourself.

21. How To Build A Wooden Doll House

This wooden dollhouse was made from scratch and can be gifted to anyone. You will need to use heavy equipment for this. Set out your divider pieces and trim them to the shape you want to use.

22. Building A Simple Wooden DollHouse

If you need a simple DIY dollhouse and you will get to save a lot of money for yourself. If you have access to a plywood remnant then that can save you a lot of money. To make it not to be too tasking, you can make the interior pieces the same. Attach with wood glue and grad nails. It makes it less messy.

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