Make a Doll Couch

Hi! Hayley from DollDiys requested this craft, so here it is! Today I will be showing you how to make a cute couch for your dolls.

You will need:

A medium-sized box


Duck Tape

Craft Foam or stuffing(optional)

A tube from tinfoil or plastic wrap

Let’s make it!

First, take your doll and set her in your box to see how big you want the couch to be.

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Next, mark how high you want the back and arms of the couch to be.

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Now, cut out your basic shape of the couch from the box. My couch had a 14″x 6″ back, a 14″ x 7.5″ seat, and 7.5″x 4″ arms.

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If you don’t have any stuffing, then cover your couch in thick craft foam.

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If you do have stuffing, then add fabric with stuffing under it to the back, seat, and arms of the couch. I trimmed mine in Duck Tape.

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I covered the outside of the couch in fabric and Duck Tape, but you can use anything that you have.

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Let’s add legs! Take a tube from tin foil or plastic wrap, and cut four pieces about 1.5″ tall. Cover them in coordinating Duck Tape.

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Glue/tape them to the bottom of your couch.

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And you’re done! I hope your dolls think this couch is as comfortable as my dolls do!


13 thoughts on “Make a Doll Couch

    1. Actually, my sister and I are in the middle of setting up a sort of “dollhouse”. It is basically all of our doll furniture set up into rooms. When we are done, I will be glad to show you some pics! 😀

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