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I used leftover fabric from the Gift Wrap ~ Fabric bags I recently made.  Snowflake and pumpkin had these red sweaters for their dolls, but nothing that really matched the sweaters. I spent a few minutes sewing and now their dolls are all set to be dressed for the holidays! I hope your dolls have appropriate holiday clothing, cause you know it is really important! Please enter at least one email addressYou are trying to send out more invites than you have remaining. The two large shelving units you see above were priced at $67 each at our local Lowe’s (although we paid less because we had a coupon). American Girl has fantastic furniture, but you’ll have to sell your own furniture to be able to pay for it. The hair salon includes chair I got at a consignment store for $5 (although Target sells these for around $18 too). Very nice, but I’m stunned at the difference from the first American Girls to what I see now.
Although my granddaughter is getting married soon and had Barbies instead of American Girl, I loved looking at your pictures. I love your doll house, I was think of doing the same thing but with some type of fabric walls; thank you for sharing your ideas and great finds. Hi, I absolutely LOVE this house and everything in it as it was made with love and bargains!!!! Unfortunately, I bought them in person (not online), and I don’t still have the info that would give the item number. I found some deep plastic shleving at home depot yesterday and bought some carpet panels and tile pieces, it looks great already, thanks for the ideas!
The best advice I think in the entire blog entry is to look for things other places than the toy area. Payne Street Doll Boutique has been designing quality and one of kind furniture and linens for American Girl since 2009. Over the years they have created treehouses with swings,  whole veterinary centers,  armories,  gymnastics sets, and amazing horse stalls. Please note due to the time needed to create this they can probably only produce 2 or 3 houses over the course of a year.
Rachael notes that they are happy to share measurements as well as compile a material list for anyone interested in the DIY approach. Where can I buy the plans and see the dimensions to see if it will fit in my daughters room?
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Disclaimer: American Girl® Fan site and its creator are in NO WAY affiliated with American Girl, Mattel, My Twinn, or any other manufacturer mentioned on this site. And I won't put the photos up (my apologies to the sweet Birthday Girl), but I actually caught THREE of them standing on the top bunk. And I know that American Girl dolls now come in different complexions and hair styles to match their owners . It is always recommended to apply a test coat on a hidden area or scrap piece to ensure color evenness and adhesion. I think if you left the ladder support piece shorter, you could even swing adding a trundle! I don't even have a saw, but I know my local hardware store will cut the wood for me (for a price, but still it's totally worth it). I put these together mostly with nails and glue, but used my kreg jig to join the rails to the headboards and footboards. I made a stuffed doll and her clothing for a niece, and I could have made myself two complete outfits in the time it took to sew one dinky doll dress.
All of the horizontal cuts are the same as the original plan as long as you are using #1 pine. Just be sure to screw the side rails of the bed in high enough to get the trundle underneath. Prior to turning the skirt right side out, clip the corners to remove extra fabric that will bulk up when you turn the skirt right side out.

That way when you turn them, the seams will lay very flat and you won’t be able to see the opposite side fabric. The dolls are 18 inches long, which means their beds and couches are more like 20 inches long.
I’ve spent years keeping an eye out for stuff that can be used for dolls at thrift stores, consignment stores, garage sales, and the parts of Target that have nothing to do with toys.
The shorter one on the right was $40, but I got a 15% discount because it was the floor model and was missing a part that we didn’t need anyway. I spent years haunting to a local kids’ consignment store back in Milwaukee, and it paid off.
The carpeting here is a bath mat from Target (and those are the perfect width if you choose 18 inch deep shelves for this project). The other accessories are part of a Target kit, and the larger drawer unit is a plastic organizer from my own vast collection of plastic organizer thingies. The chairs are from Etsy (and prices seem to vary widely for school chairs on Etsy, so shop carefully).
Nobody sponsored anything or gave me any discount, other than the floor model discount mentioned above. Spend as much time on projects like this as you can, you are absolutely right that they will be grown soon. The doll with the short blonde hair is Kit Kitteridge, who was a kid during the Great Depression.
You and your kids must really be enthusiasts of dollhouses to have a collection and project like that.
I just have a regular 1:12 scale house (it was my 40th birthday present) and have the most fun improvising furniture and accessories, much better than buying stuff, as well as being cheaper.
I clipped the foam core walls to the wire metal lines that make up the shelves themselves, then bent the handles of the binder clips down so they didn’t make the carpeting above stick up. They are 48 inches wide, and that was the only width I could find at that depth in the Albuquerque area. I am from the Milwaukee area(West Allis to be exact) so I am curious to know which consignment shops you would recommend around here? I occasionally found stuff at the New To You store at 124th and Capitol (across from the Target).
I would love to make this for my girls…can u send me the link to the shelves u purchased at Lowes? You can find shelves at any home improvement store, as well as at Costco, Sam’s Club, etc.
I think for that, I’d probably look for a small coffee or end table from a thrift shop, and then cut the legs down to make it the right height for the dolls.
My granddaughter and I are really excited about this project, and Christmas is a great time to get started. The Birthday Girl has been talking quite a bit about getting her first American Girl doll, so Grace and I thought we'd make her a bunk bed. I used the Kreg Jig to hide all holes, but you could use countersunk 2" screws from the outsides. I already made the farmhouse doll bed for my daughter, but she's managed to pile more than 3 dolls on it at a time. I have never made anything out of wood in my life, but with your detailed instructions and the shopping list and cutting list etc. In the process, I discovered that, while doll furniture turns out SUPER cute, it takes me about the same amount of time to build a little piece as it does to build a big piece, especially when you consider the time it takes to sew the bedding. If I were to do the trundle again, I'd make the headboard longer so that it goes almost to the ground like the footboard, otherwise you can see the trundle. I've made them both now and the farmhouse one just comes together a lot faster (once you figure out the measurements). I read where you said you would do the headboard longer,but this is going to be my first build and I need a little more instruction to make the trundle and how long would you do the headboard. I made the trundle using 1x3 boards just slightly shorter than the size of the overall bed (so it would fit underneath).

The dolls themselves are worth the expense (in my opinion), but the accessories can be found for much less. The American Girl hairstyle pictures on the wall came from a hair styling book I got at a garage sale for 50 cents. She has three dolls in particular, Abby (the architect enthusiast), Harly (the designer) and Sassha (the chef). As a practical matter, though, if you cut the foam core walls generously enough, you can wedge them in without clips…they tend not to move around much. If you can find difference sizes, grab them, because you’ll have a LOT more flexibility in building your dollhouse. My daughter is just getting in to the American girl stuff and i am a singe mom on a small budget so I am very happy to have found this post!!!! They have a big barn, an RV, plus some little stuff like school backpacks, lunch bags, etc. They are plastic garage type units but I decorated the front of each (white) shelf with colored duct tape to make them beautiful as my daughter said. The woman who runs that site is a doll crafting genius…I am constantly blown away at the creative (and cheap!) ideas she comes up with. I’m going to try to get this done for Christmas but we may need to add things along the way. Since these items are handcrafted you will want to be sure to order way in advance and know that only so many can be made. And the "Beach Hair" We have a lot of that at my house too :) I can't get my littlest to hold still to even pull her bangs out of her face most times.
Regular household bookshelves are usually 11-14 inches deep, and that’s not enough room for furniture this size. This year the Girl of the Year is from Albuquerque, and since we’d just moved to Albuquerque when she came out, my daughter was immediately obsessed. The tub is from American Girl (a gift from a relative), and the vanity is a discontinued American Girl piece I found at a consignment store for $6. The red-haired Albuquerquean one, Saige, works to save her school’s art program from budget cuts in her books. My children are playing with the dollhouse non stop and ( bonus) everything is off the floor. But in our case, we wanted to gift the doll bed unfinished so the birthday girl could do the painting. You'd be better off finding a friend with a miter saw you could borrow for an hour to get all the pieces cut. Michael’s has cheap doll furniture, clothing and accessories, and they also offer a ton of coupons. She sold off all of her Barbie stuff and a bunch of other toys to pay for the doll and some of her accessories. I originally bought them to declutter but as cheap as they are I can always purchase another to make up for using one for this purpose. Then I attached two 1x2 cleats to the bottom insides of the 18.5" boards so that I'd have a place to set support pieces for the mattress.
Toys R Us is my least favorite store on earth, but their Journey Girls line sometimes has furniture and accessories for 18-inch dolls. I attached the cleats with glue and nails, I think, but pocket screws would work fine, too.
Etsy is full of sellers who make all sorts of cool stuff for dolls, and the quality is often as good or better than the American Girl brand items. Economizing on some things has allowed us to save up for the American Girl brand stuff that really IS worth it. Of course I can use you pictures, but if you give to people you models, they can translate mesures.

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