Dream Dollhouse

This is my 3rd build from Ana’s site. I built the dream Dollhouse with my daughter. She loves it! I would recommend taping off a section the size of the finished doll house to get a feel for the size. I knew it would be big, but wow it is huge. Fist thing she did was climb inside.
My 3 year old daughter helped when she could. She applied wood glue with a foam brush, painted the bottom and checked all the board walls and floors with a level.
I did not do the stairs, I did not think my daughter would play with them; I also wanted to keep the floor space. I still need to finish putting the wall paper up & add the casters. My dad got me 1 ½ trim for crown molding from the habitat for humanity store. He is also looking for caters there as well. Next time he come to visit are we are going to install it. With the crazy snow in Washington it might be a while.
I used a cheap primer that really mad the paint worse, but like my mom said I can always remodel it later.

I the supplies were close to $75, the new saw blade, Kreg Jig Jr., and other misc. to stock my shop a lot more.

Thank you Ana for such a great plan!
Becca

Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Cost
$75
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Pine 2x2 and 3/4 MDF
Finish Used
High Gloss Latex, Tink Pink from the Berh Diseny line
Recommended Skill Level
Beginner