Make A Doll Bedroom

Hello! Today I will be showing you how to make a bedroom for your dolls!

You will need:

A place for the bedroom, like a large box or a shelf

A doll bed or bunk bed and bedding

A blanket or sheet of felt

Some wall decorations

A place for your doll to sit (I used a MyFroggyStuff tutorial for a no-sew beanbag chair, see it here:

A small box

Duck Tape

Scraps of cardboard

A tea light

Pipe cleaners

An empty Duck Tape roll

Let’s get started!

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First, you will need a place for your bedroom. I am using one part of a shelf. This is tall enough for the dolls to stand in and wide enough for a bed.

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The floor already looks like wood, so I am going to leave it as is. You could cover it in contact paper or scrapbook paper if you wanted.

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You could also cover the floor with a blanket. I am going use a rug, which is just a sheet of felt.

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Now let’s add some furniture!

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I am using my Badger Basket doll bunk bed. It fits just right!

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You can use any bedding you want. I am using the bedding the bed came with and a handmade pillow.

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In the corner at the end of the bed, I have my rug and a beanbag chair from a MyFroggyStuff tutorial (see the link above.)

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I put my bunk bed ladder against the side of the bed.

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Now we are going to make a little shelf for the bedroom. I am using the lid from a box I had.

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First, take a strip of cardboard.

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Bend down the ends and tape it in to the box.

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I added more tape on the inside of the box.

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Below the shelf, I put a some of the doll’s toys – a doll bed, dresser, and chair, a Mini Lalaloopsy Dorothy doll, and a Toothless the Dragon figurine. 🙂

Let’s make some art for the walls!

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First, take a small piece of cardboard and cover it in Duck Tape.

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I attached a picture of the Eiffel Tower, but you can use anything you want!

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I used a small piece of tape to hang it on the wall above the beanbag chair.

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A square of scrapbook paper and a cute sticker makes a great decoration, too!

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I hung that on the wall on the bottom bunk of the bed.

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For a light, I used an almost-empty roll of Duck Tape.

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Cut some pieces of pipe cleaner.

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Tape them to the inside of the Duck Tape roll and curl up the ends.

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Tape a tea light to a circle of paper.

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Glue it to the top of the tape roll and hang it up in your doll room!

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Add your doll’s favorite doll, and you are done!

Here is the whole thing.

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Here is on half of the bedroom.

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And here is the other half.

I hope you enjoyed! Ivy says goodbye!

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