This printable six pointed star in full color would look stunning on the floors of any dollhouse! It could also be printed on fabric as a transfer and used as a dollhouse quilt. In either case, it is free for crafters and students to use but not

The slot for the Valentines is located on the floor of this basket-ball mailbox. Students may also access their delivered mail from the end of the box opposite the hoop.        Sporty girl or boy 18” dolls will love this example of a Valentine mailbox for their February

A dollhouse made for children to play with. It isboth durable and simply built. It is made withwooden parts and the furnishings may be re-arranged inside of any of the four rooms.         Who, what, where, when, why, and how to plan a thousand small details that

Finished 18″ doll sized boom box from the 1980s.A crafted toy like this would be so fun for a CourtneyMoore historical doll to play with.        The boomboxes of the 80s were portable, played cassette tapes and the radio through loudspeakers. Later models also included CD players as

 Vasilisa The Fair, A Russian Folk Tale        ONCE  upon  a  time  there  was  a  merchant  who  had  been married  for  twelve  years  and  had  only  one  daughter, Vasilisa  the  Fair.  When  her  mother  died  the  girl  was eight  years  old.  On  her  death-bed  the  mother  called the  maiden  to 

       This lab desk sure comes in handy when your doll is too sleepy to sit at a desk and do her school homework. However, she may just doze-off faster if she studies in bed!        The comfortable cushion  is made with a kitchen sponge and it’s cheerful, sturdy desktop may

Left, for a little girl’s (doll) room: wreath and ribbon design. Right, designed for a small room. The roses are stenciled.        Every “doll in dollville” is fond of dainty and artistic equipments, not only for her personal and home adornment, but in the little every-day appointments of her dressing-table, as

       These tile printables may be pieced together to cover as much wall or floor space as you like. There are four colors: hot pink, golden rod, teal blue and black – all designed with white backgrounds. For personal use only folks. printable tiles in hot pink and

Bessie’s Doll by By Maud Montgomery         Tommy Puffer, sauntering up the street, stopped to look at Miss Octavia’s geraniums. Tommy never could help stopping to look at Miss Octavia’s flowers, much as he hated Miss Octavia. Today they were certainly worth looking at. Miss Octavia had set them all

Left, the 3 bunk beds made using a discarded shoebox fit little dolls like Skipper, Stacie and Chelsea dolls. Barbie would fit in these beds too but I designed them to be included in a childbedroom for our dolls. Right, the bunk beds are outfitted with mattress, sheets, pillows.