Printable Furniture. Doll Kitchen Printables. Vintage 1916-20 Paper Dollhouse, Furniture, Theater & More. Dollhouse Miniature Printables. Thanks for stopping by!
New! Click here for the Christmas 2006 printable fruit crate Happy Holidays to All! Inside these pages you'll find a few of the miniature quilts, wallpapers, furniture and other printable projects I've created for one inch scale dollhouses. Here you'll find a folkart hopechest and matching cradle, printable frames and even a hibachi grill. And who knows what lurks in ~"The Junk Drawer"~. Please feel welcome to download these free images for your personal, noncommercial use. Many of the title bars appearing within these pages are clickable links to get you where you want to go.
If you're having any problems with the site, please ~email me~. Small Stuff's PrintMini: Printable Dollhouse Miniatures & Printies. Free Printable Dollhouse Miniatures & Printies. Printable Miniatures For Dollhouses, Model Scenes Or Dioramas. This two page list of free miniature printable projects has original projects and easy to follow tutorials for model buildings, items for dolls house kitchens and shops, tea sets, miniature wallpapers, tiles, shop packaging, dinner services, food labels, food packages, fabric designs and doll clothing to add to your miniature and model scenes.
Printables or "Printies" are a quick, inexpensive way to use your computer printer to produce paper miniatures and models. There are also reference sheets and boxes to help you keep track of or organize your collection. Many of these printables can also be used to try out a project in a particular scale before you create a more permanent version. The projects shown here are all suitable for beginners and are available in several common scales.
Designs for boxes for small gifts and treats useful for wedding favors or gift packaging are included in this list. 2. Lesley Shepherd 3. Small Stuff Dollhouse Mini Printables & Tuts. My Dollhouse Page - Free Dollhouse Printables. I build and furnish doll houses and room boxes in 1:12 scale, and I enjoy making as much of the furniture and accessories that I can.
So if you are a D.I.Yer like me, then you might find a use for some of the projects listed here. I hope you have some fun doing them. . Projects Flower Seed and Bulb Packets "Victorian" Scrap BooksChristmas Wrapping Paper 2Christmas LanternsChristmas Wrapping Paper 1Christmas Shopping Bag #1Hat Box #3Hat Box #2 Hat Box #1 Hat Box Instructions. Jennifers Free Dolls House & Miniature Printables. Buck Babies Paper Dolls & Dollhouse Printables. Undefined [an error occurred while processing this directive] (Special Note: Site marked ** will not work with Kid Friendly Access) Would you like to be notified when this site is updated?
I hope you enjoy printing and cutting these out as much as I do! I hope you enjoyed your stay. If you appreciate what we've done Please don't forget to sign my Guestbook. We love hearing from our visitors. I'll even send you a kiss!! Don't forget to bookmark this site! I've added another Guestbook if one isn't working Would you like to View my Archived Guestbook? Fanciful Inkjet Fortress. Step #1: Making and printing the textures.
PrevNext Once you decide what you’re going to build, poke around the web for appropriate “texture” images. A couple of handy sites are Mayang’s Free Texture Library and Image*After.After you find a texture you like, you will probably need to manipulate the file a bit before printing it out to use on your project. At least you’ll need to resize the image to fit your printer paper, but chances are you’ll also want to tile the image to fill the page.Typical file preparation involves the following steps:Open a new document in your image-editing software and set document size to 8.5×11 at 150 dpi.Open your texture image, choose “Select All,” and copy the contents of the image to the clipboard.Paste the image into your new file. Step #4: Final assembly and finishing touches.
You may decorate parts of your building prior to attaching them together, like areas where sections join or overlap. Paper Collage Houses.