Learn How To Make A Detailed Dollhouse From A Shoebox And Recycled Materials

by Grace Eire
Grace plays in a band and is the mother to a black cat named Fitzhugh.

If your house is anything like mine was when I was a little girl, it’s overflowing with crafting supplies.

Craft projects are a great way to spend time with your young children. It promotes creativity and imagination, and it can teach young kids how to solve simple puzzles. I can also help them strengthen their problem-solving skills.

So, what should you do with all of those scrap pieces of felt, tissue paper, pipe cleaners, and bits and bobs that you have spilling out of your craft cabinet?

This project is perfect if you have a little one with an eye for detail, or if you’ve got a little architect on your hands.

With just an old shoebox, some pieces of paper, a pair of scissors, tape, and glue, you’re just a few steps away from an adorable miniature house. Sabine Lena chose to get really detailed with her dollhouse project, but you can do less if you please. You could also go even further with this project… whatever you and your kids decide to do!

Then, when it’s time to decorate the inside, you have the opportunity to get even more creative.

It’s projects like this that your kids will remember for years to come. Plus, when they’re all done, they’ll feel such a sense of pride for what they’ve created. They will have, after all, built their very own house!

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