It's been a while since I've worked on the Monster High house, I have been very busy and just haven't had much time for it. I have received several new dolls in the last few months. I found this cute tutorial on the blog Southern Disposition. Kendra, the blog's author came up with a creative way to make her daughter a dollhouse that is compact, inexpensive, and cute. She has also included tutorials for furnishing each room. I love this idea, the possibilities are endless!
*Update* Kendra has changed her blog to invitation only so the tutorial can no longer be accessed. Below is a video on how to make a doll room from a binder, by MyFroggyStuff. Also, here is a link to another blogger's 3 ring binder dollhouse. She shares photos and ideas.
My 10 year old niece and I made some food for the dollhouse and a sliced pizza for her to take home for her own Monster High Dolls. We used polymer clay, beads, fancy toothpicks, cheerios, glue, clear nail polish and free printies from Small Stuff's Print Minis (Formerly Jim's Printable Minis). View the video below to see how to make a pizza.
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I used the following video as a guide to make my pizzas.