This tutorial is on how to get smooth dollhouse wallpaper. I show 3 different ways I found that works. This technique can be applied to other paper crafts as well if you need to glue paper down flat onto a harder surface. I made this video because I see other people on Youtube making these kits, and their wallpaper is all bubbly or crinkled. I hope it helps! Get Dollhouse kits from Banggood: http://bit.lc/4Td7 ♥ Tools Used ♥ Tombow Mono Multi Glue: http://amzn.to/2aronBe Double Sided Tape 1/4”: http://amzn.to/2aHkhZS Elmer's Craft Bond Spray Glue: http://amzn.to/2cLD0C3 Inner Light by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300021 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Music "Silly Fun" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ *Contains affiliate links
Tjis is a tutorial on how to wallpaper a dollhouse room with Windows.
applying wallpaper to the dollhouse living room from card paper. In the style of Downton Abbey decor.
Today we are going to talk a bit about wallpaper for your dollhouse. I talk about how to get a “painted wall” look as well as talk about just a couple of papers suitable for use as wallpaper. Be sure to check out the blog for more details. http://joannesminis.blogspot.com/2014/08/dollhouse-wallpaper-101.html New 18” doll blog http://joannes18dolls.blogspot.com/ Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joannesminis Music: Wallpaper Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) ISRC: US-UAN-11-00843
This is a post script to the three videos showing how I wallpaper my doll's houses. http://themountfield.blogspot.co.uk
This video will show you some floor alternatives. It does not include any DIY information just footage of different dollhouse floors. Please follow my facebook page for more miniature madness under Dollhouse Miniature Madness and Tutorials.
1 to 12 Scale Miniature Wallpaper and Wooden Floors for my Dollhouse. Hope you enjoy! :) New Video every Sunday 5pm BST! Follow me on Instagram: Circus + Personal - @Faerialist Miniatures - @Faerialists_Dollhouse Music: Song: LFZ - Echoes [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video Link: https://youtu.be/Q_ojhcx-wrk
Join me today as I talk a little bit about working with foamcore for making dollhouse miniatures. Be sure to check out the blog for more details. http://joannesminis.blogspot.com/2017/10/tips-for-dollhouse-miniature-crafting.html Help me to make this channel better: https://www.patreon.com/joannesminis https://twitter.com/joannesminis https://www.instagram.com/joannesminis 18” doll blog http://joannes18dolls.blogspot.com/ Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joannesminis Contact me- firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Wallpaper Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) ISRC: US-UAN-11-00843
This video will show you how to make a miniature printable dollhouse floors. You can find free printable floors on my website at www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com If this tutorial was helpful to you and you really like creating dollhouse projects please subscribe below as we post new tutorials all the time. Also if decide to create a project from our video and or our template please share your finished project with us on our Facebook page so others can see it. You may also follow my website at www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com for an organized setup of all my miniature tutorials that includes templates to my projects. Our Facebook page is listed under Dollhouse Miniature Madness and Tutorials and our Pinterest page is under Laurie Holden-Heisler. Please remember to always be safe and craft at your own risk.
Today, let’s talk about flooring because it’s the largest area in your dollhouse and using the right materials will improve its overall look. Welcome to miniLand.ca, the center for handcrafted miniatures. In this tutorial we will make a floor template using wooden oak strips which you will find here, exclusively at miniLand. 50 oak strips come in a bundle… 19 ½” long and 3/8th “ wide. Let’s start this floor template by arranging the strips I already cut into this three-pattern design. Let me show you how. I mark the width of one wooden strip with the letter w. Can you see that the length of these short strips are 3w or 3 times the width? Great! So this makes the length of the long pieces 6w or 6 times the width. Now let’s cut the strips. Cut them to 3 times and 6 times the width (as we just explained) using a small device called The Chopper. The handle of The Chopper cuts with a standard razor blade. Start here with the chopper handle down and place 6 small strips on the cutting mat against the ruler running along the top and place them side by side. These will be your measuring guide to cut your 6 times w strips. Take one of your angle patterns that come with The Chopper to use as a stopper and tighten it with the thumb screws to keep the wooden strips in place. Now that you’ve marked this length for your long strip, take off these small pieces and you will now cut the longer strips 6w. In other words, every strip you cut now will be 6 times the width. Cut enough pieces 6w long to cover your entire room. Now let’s repeat this process to cut pieces that are 3w long. Place three strips 3 times w on the cutting mat and again use the stopper to keep them in place and tighten the thumb screw. Use these to cut strips 3w or 3 times the width. Cut enough to cover the whole floor. We use gorilla glue to stick the wooden strips to the floor because it dries very slowly and it gives you enough time to finish the floor. Mark grid lines on the floor of your dollhouse to give you symmetry. Pour glue around the floor and with a plastic card spread it out to make it even. Use just enough so the strips will stick because you do not want the glue oozing out between them and appear on the surface. When the glue is even, using one long wooden strip as your guide, lay it on one line and using our design start to place the pieces on the floor. You can use a utility knife like I’m using to help you with this application for small scale precision. Now, watch how we cut the strips when we come to the edge. I will use this yellow line for the demonstration. Lay your strip down in the place you need to cover. Using my red arrow as a guide, I use my utility knife to make a mark on the strip at the inside corner where the two meet and where my red dot is. And notice at the bottom, the yellow arrow tells you to move your strip over on top of the one next to it, moving it down so the ends line-up. So move the strip, make another mark at the corner inside like I show you. With a pencil, draw a line between these two marks and look what happens. When I rotate the strip and move it into place, this 180 degree cut will fit exactly in the place you want to cover. Now cut the strip and glue it down. Now just repeat how you mark, rotate, cut and place the rest of the strips. Make your marks, draw a line between them, cut between the lines, place the strips on your floor and press them into the glue. In our tutorial we use just one type of design but the designs you can create are unlimited. I will give you some ideas. This one is called the cubical or square basket design. You need to cut your strips to 3w. This design is called decking and the strips are cut to 6w. This triple herring bone design is arranged in a pattern of three with a 6w length cut. And this double herring bone design is cut to 7w length. Be creative in making your dollhouse floor the best it can be with these oak strips found exclusively here at miniLand.ca.