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 personalised birthday gifts     |      2020-04-26 17:37

Turn a simple bookshelf into an adorable DIY Dollhouse with this tutorial from LAnd of Nod. And when they outgrow their dollhouse (does anyone really ever outgrow a dollhouse? I know I never did.) you can use it for it’;s original purpose of storing books! Get the tutorial from our friends at Land of Nod.

This cardboard dollhouse from Tasmin Brown is adorable!! Gah! Get inspired by her flickr album.

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This cardboard dollhouse from Aprill Aprill is magical in it’;s design and I love that it’;s kid-made.

Ana White shares the plans to build your own beautiful wooden dollhouse sure to become a family heirloom. Get the plans here: Ana White Dream Dollhouse.

This DIY Suitcase Dollhouse is another take on the traveling dollhouse, but this one is large enough for all their little imaginary friends to occupy. Learn how to make it on My Poppet.

Our DIY Doll Suitcase is the perfect on-the-go toy for pretend play in the car or on vacation.

Sherri and John from Young House Love made this beautiful dollhouse (and give a step-by-step DIY) for their daughter Clara. It’;s cleanpersonalised birthday gifts, modern, and lovely like everything they do.

When it’;s time to decorate, head over to Craftiness is Not Optional for her painstakingly perfect attention to every minute detail. Her dollhouse is amazing.

Happy playtime prudent friends!

Fusion Mineral Paint seems to be exploding over the internet. Like one big plume of mineral color (and a pretty plume at that). What is the hype about one little container of paint? Is it worth it? And which Fusion Mineral Paint colors should I choose?

It seems that sticking to a goal goes hand in hand with finding the right technology to help you stay on track. We partnered with The Huffington Post to see how some new tech toys could help you achieve your goals.

Being an artist and lover of all things off-beat and original, I was encountering some difficulties in my search for our wedding invitations. After scouring many a blog and website I came to the conclusion that the custom, hand made, artistic looking invitations in my brain, like many such details, would not be the sort to fit in our budget. Enter to save the day. Not only do they have extremely reasonable prices, but they have this lovely option called uploading your own design. My heart leaps with joy at the endless DIY opportunity that comes with such a phrase. Complete and utter creative freedom. Glorious. So what do I do now? I see an invitation in a Martha Stewart wedding magazine, fall in love with it, and try to replicate it. No, I am not ashamed of my unoriginality.