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Thursday, November 04, 2010

Let's Build a Dollhouse Sofa, Let's Make Some No-Sew Doll House Curtains, and How to Build a Dollhouse Trestle Table and Benches Free Tutorials From Jennifer Brooks of Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables

If you've ever wondered how to make miniature dollhouse sofa's and chairs, curtains, and a trestle table and chairs then you'll be happy to know that Jennifer Brooks "Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables" website and her "Let's Build A Dollhouse" website has tutorials on her websites showing you how.



Copyright © 2008-2010 - Written By Jennifer Brooks "Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables".

Here's what Jennifer had to say about her tutorial:   The instructions here are for a very basic simple sofa, with photographs illustrating the steps you need to take to make a dollhouse sofa from cardboard and fabric. You can use the method described below to make any style of sofa, chair or loveseat.



Copyright © 2008-2010 - Written By Jennifer Brooks "Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables".

Here's what Jennifer had to say about her tutorial:   When you are just starting out with a dollhouse, it is hard to buy or make everything you need right away.

A good solution for very inexpensive and easy to make window curtains is to create them from paper. They are very easy to make, and look quite effective in a dollhouse.




Copyright © 2008-2010 - Written By Jennifer Brooks "Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables".

Here's what Jennifer had to say about her tutorial:   A trestle table is a timeless piece of furniture. It looks correct in a Medieval castle setting, an American colonial house or a contemporary dollhouse. A trestle table was one of the first pieces of furniture I made for my dollhouse. I had little access to dollhouse shops back in the 1980's BI [Before Internet] , hence I made a lot of my own furniture. I didn't think I could make decent chairs so a trestle table with benches was a good alternative. A trestle table is much more simple to construct than a table with four legs.

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No redistribution. While you may use our content for your personal, non-commercial projects, you agree not to redistribute any content on our Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables website or Let's Build A Dollhouse website as a compilation, etc. Which means you may NOT redistribute the tutorials or printables in any form, or use the tutorials or printables to create your web site.

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