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- What is my size dollhouse? (USA Measurements)
Dollhouse Miniature Madness And Tutorials builds and creates 1:12th dollhouses, dollhouse furniture, and miscellaneous dollhouse items. However, we provide FREE templates that can be scaled to any size dollhouse.
1:12 is full scale shrunk to 1 inch. This means if you have a 6-foot person they would be a 6-inch doll or if you have a 3-foot table you would have a 3-inch table.
10 foot = 10 inches
9 foot = 9 inches
8 foot = 8 inches
7 foot = 7 inches
5 foot = 5 inches
6 foot = 6 inches
4 foot =4 inches
3 foot =3 inches
2 foot = 2 inches
1 foot = 1 inch
6 inches = 1/2 inch
3 inches = 1/4 inch
When the measurement is not listed on the ruler
2 inches = 1/5 of the inch (Divide 1 inch into 5 parts)
1 inch = 1/12 of the inch (Divide 1 inch into 12 parts)
- Other sizes
1:24 Divide 1 foot into 24 parts
1:144 Divide 1 foot into 144 parts
How do I read a ruler in 1:12 scale?
Download PDF-Dads Ruler
- Where can I find the FREE templates?
You can find the free templates under the “classes and Next Up” menu and for individual items the download will be listed under the video tutorial.
Click here > FREE TEMPLATES
- Where did I buy my dolls?
Lakeshore Learning Block Dolls
- What type of wood do we use?
1/32″ Balsa Wood
1/8″ Basswood (most projects are made with 1/8″)
1/4″ and 1/8″ Paint stirring sticks can be supplemented for basswood
- What type of glue do we use?
- What if I don’t know how to make a twisted tree twisting tool?
A fellow subscriber said you can try this jewelry coiling tool http://coilinggizmo.com/
- What scale is my Beacon Hill Dollhouse?
1:12 scale which means it’s 1 inch to 1-foot ratio
- Did I record the Beacon Hill build as a tutorial?