Wall Papering The Doll House

Today my daughter and I wall papered the doll house (bookshelf) that had not yet been papered! This is something we have been wanting to do for a while. Yesterday we made a trip to the Scrap Exchange to pick up odds and ends, just perfect for doll house stuff. We left there with a roll of left-over wall paper. It’s plain but fancy. You’ll see what I mean.

First I measured the inside of each room: height and length around the three walls. Then I cut.
We used a paint brush to brush glue onto the walls inside the dall house, one room at a time, then we smoothed our wall paper into place.


The last thing we did was to draw beautiful doll house windows with our Prang colored pencils and art paper. We cut the windows out and “installed” one in each room of the doll house using Mod-Podge.
The window in the second picture is top is mine. I’ll have to give you a close-up later. It’s a delicate tree outside with a cardinal in it. My daughter’s window, the one in the third picture, is lovely. I love it! There a “huge oak” outside, and a sunset.

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