Lighten and Brighten
Your Dollhouse Interior
Summer Super Amazing Changes for Your Dollhouse.
There are so many ways to spruce up your dollhouse and make it
more enjoyable for you as a collector.
The ideas are virtually endless. There are many items available to kindle that creative spirit in you. Too many to
even begin to name or express. Get excited, as a collector, by all the numerous offerings available today. I
PROJECT - Gingerbread Men Rule in Mini!
For the collector in you. Your
first ornament this season for Barbie's Christmas Tree.
Gingerbread Man Image Pattern (Pictured Below)
Small Embroidery Scissors
Small Craft Utility Knife
Fine Grade SandPaper
Pure Cinnamon Oil
Powdered White Paint
Small Disposable Container
Medium Needle for Hole Punch
Thin Household Twine
Most of the materials listed are common everyday items. Others can
be obtained through the links provided. (With all, we have supplied our suggestions.)
- Using the gingerbread image provided as a pattern, trace and cut out shape on the back of the
- For gingerbread smell, rub the sandy side of the sandpaper with the cinnamon oil. Apply using a Q-tip
by dabbing. Avoid contact with facial area.
- In a small disposable container, such as a single serving yogurt
container, stir together a small amount of paint powder with glue to moisten and make paste.
- Draw features and details
of gingerbread man with a sandwich pick or toothpick.
- Let dry, and hang by a piece of thin household twine threaded through a hole punched, using medium needle, in top of the gingerbread man.
- Don't forget your own ideas for added piazzas.
Cut & Assemble New York
Harbor Full-Color Diorama
A NY Collector's Item. Expertly designed, beautifully illustrated panorama includes World Trade Center, Statue
of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Staten Island Ferry, much more. Complete step-by-step instructions and
diagrams explain how to cut, fold and assemble three-dimensional pieces and backdrop scenes of the
New York skyline, circa 1998.
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