1:12 v/s Barbie Scale (Chair Tutorial)

What is the difference between 1:12th and Barbie

What is the difference between 1:12th scale and Barbie scale? Well lets just see this chair tutorial in both scales.

Now you can understand how easy it is to convert any of our templates to Barbie scale. 

More Dollhouse Fun-COMING SOON

I know I’ve been super busy for the last couple of months but Dad and I were able to get some doll housing fun in, so I hope you all enjoy all the new post/tutorials.
Also, I will be going on vacation in a couple of weeks so I’m hoping to put together some of the things we did awhile back so you can learn how we made those items too. However, please keep in mind I do work during the day so I may not get to uploading the templates right away.

Off the top of my head I know I still have the following to put together:

Canopy bed
Sewing Room
Lots of updates on the 50’s Diner
Some basic tool videos and some build tips

Thanks for your support in sharing our page and also for your kind comments. We really appreciate all of them ♡

Miniature Dollhouse Knives

These miniature dollhouse knives were super easy to make. If you want to make them please check out my video tutorial.

Miniature dollhouse knife video tutorial

Miniature dollhouse axe video tutorial

Cat Tree

So today I made two different cat trees and I don’t even have a pet cat or a miniature cat nor can I find one I like on the internet lol


I’ll be adding the tutorial soon to my YOUTUBE channel soon so don’t forget to subscribe.



QUESTION FROM Toni- Would love to learn the best way to wire my house. Don’t know if I should hardwire or use tape. Do you guys know or have any tips?

ANSWER: We used copper tape and 12 volt LED lights. We don’t have many lighting tutorials but you can see how we did ours by following this link.


QUESTION FROM Milli-I am working on the Greenleaf Orchid house and am about ready to start painting.  This kit is balsa wood and the edges are not clean.  I can sand, but there are areas where the wood has split or has flaked.  This is my first time working with balsa and I’d like to have a clean look on the porch banisters, window trim, etc.

Any ideas about what product or process would help to fill out the edges of the balsa and make a smoother base for painting?

Thanks!  Hope you all are having a fantastic new year!

ANSWER: This is a problem we have had as well. If you follow the link below then watch these videos you will see how you can address these issues.

Repair Holes-Wood Edges

Repair Wood Post

Fix Roof Wood Gaps




Do you have a question, suggestion or even a project tutorial request? Or perhaps you have a problem that you are struggling with and need a little guidance? Well, now you can complete this all new form and we will do the best we can to help you out.

Once we have some submissions Dad and I will review all the forms and talk to you back.

Greenleaf Storybook Cottage Dollhouse Build

​So we started this kit today and after working on it all day this is what we were able to complete in just one day. We will continue to work on this project so don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and my website for the latest updates. Also we recorded each build step as a build tutorial so I will share that video with you all soon.

(Part 1) We did the basic build.

(Part 2) Now we are off into the room addition build process…


Click the image below to see more…

1:12 Scale Ruler

Are you a little confused about converting measurements to 1:12 scale…

Well there’s no more worries because dad and I have put together a ruler guild for you to use. All you have to disagree is watch this super short tutorial then download the PDF file.


Beacon Hill Comes Home

It’s so hard to believe that we finished the Beacon Hill Dollhouse in just 11 months. This beauty was a beast lol. If you would like to see more photos of the process there are hundreds listed on my Facebook page “Dollhouse Miniature Madness and Tutorials” (CLICK HERE). Also you can check out the latest builds including all our furniture tutorials by subscribing to this website and also to my YouTube channel.

I really hope you all enjoy looking at the photos today and while you’re here stop by and view some of our other pages. You will be surprised at how many FREE templates and tutorials you will find along with some great building tips and tricks that will help you get started in your build.

I will also post a video tour at the bottom of this page too…

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