Easy craft: Make a collapsible doll room!

Hello! I am leaving for a wedding rehearsal in a few hours. I’m in the wedding! I’m going to read some bible verses, and I’m nervous! O_o

Anyway, today I have a super easy craft for you all. I love how it turned out!

You will need:

2 large sheets of foam board

Duck Tape

Doll furniture

Let’s make it!

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First, take your foam board and lay the two pieces good side down. My foam board is turquoise on one side and white on the other. ๐Ÿ™‚ Match the short sidesย together, then take three strips of Duck Tape and lay them across the two sheets to create “hinges.”

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Now, bend the foam board at the hinges you made, like so. ๐Ÿ™‚

Add furniture and enjoy! This room can fold flat for easy storage. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Here it is folded flat. It takes up hardly any space! ๐Ÿ˜€

Here is a scene I made with this room:

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Super cool, huh? ๐Ÿ˜› If you make this craft, I’d love if you’d let me know!

I made a really neat edit on PicMonkey the other day….

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It looks like our dining room is in space! XD

Thanks for reading! Happy (early) Valentines Day. ๐Ÿ™‚ โค

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39 thoughts on “Easy craft: Make a collapsible doll room!

  1. Neat craft!
    Wow. That’s a fantastic edit! I can see that one passing as a picture prompt…definitely holds some writerly inspiration…. XD
    Good luck at the wedding! That sounds so exciting! I’m sure you’ll do great. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. It looks like the doll room makes for a really nice photo background! And I love your edit! I made one kind of like that once, but it was with mountains instead of a window. I hope the wedding goes smoothly!

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  3. Very nice! If you can’t find the colored foam board, covering it with scrapbook paper works well, especially if you want a wallpaper like look. Another thing that works great too are the display boards (like you would use at a school fair). I’ve noticed a lot of those in different colors now too.

    Glad to hear the wedding went well! I have a question–are cookies a “big” thing at the wedding receptions where you are? Reason I ask is they are here, but I have learned that there are some parts of the US where they don’t do it at all. I always enjoy looking at all the different ones, they are so pretty.

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