This photo shows two Renaissance style chairs made of cardboard. They have an oriental cotton fabric that creates a plush look to the back, arm rests, and seat of each chair. The seats have tassels hanging down. the back has embroidery floss fringe that hangs from the back to the seat. There are small iron or brass looking buttons on the back of the chair. The legs of the chairs make a sort of X like chromosomes, and they are decorated with fleur de lis patterns in black marker. The legs are layered in a row of four sections to keep the chairs standing upright under the weight of a seated doll (although no doll is shown). The two chairs are elegantly poised at a 45 degree angle to one another.

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This is actually one of the oldest patterns I created, back when I first turned into a blog about doll crafting. Because of that, you’ll have to excuse the poor quality of the video. It was an early attempt at self-made videos. (I’m a little embarrassed to post it!) However the video does explain the steps to making this Renaissance-style 1:6 scale chair quite … Continue reading #DIY cardboard #dolls’ furniture for your #DollHouse w/ free pattern @

Image of doll desk with tiny sewing machine, pin cushion, and sewing basket. The desk, rather than being traditional Barbie-doll-pink, is an oak-like brown color. Overlay says, "Fashion Doll Desk Remodel".

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Want to know how I put together and re-painted this office-style desk for 1:6 scale dolls like Barbie and my Liv Doll? Here’s the tutorial to show you how. Now, I had a heck of a time putting this desk together for the first time because the instructions that come with the set aren’t very clearly explained, and nobody had ever made a tutorial showing … Continue reading #FashionDoll Desk Remodel #Tutorial @