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Miniature Doll House

I covered this chipboard Melissa Frances miniature house with the sweet My Precious Daughter papers from Pion Design.  The project is being featured on Pion Design’s blog here.  I now have this amazing paper collection available in my online shop.  Cutting the paper to fit the project was so easy as Pazzles has a cutting file available here to fit this house.   I love making projects with pink and the lovely pink shades in this collection are irresistible! 

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I hope everyone has a great week!
Tara

10 Responses to Miniature Doll House

  1. Maryann Laursen says:

    Oh my goodness Tara, this is soooooooooo gorgeous, I absolutely LOVE it, and would really love to try and make something simular to my granddaughters, as I know, they would love it too. I´ve just AGAIN sent a mail to Pazzles about buying the files as PDF, but last time I did, I never got an answer, so I really hope, they will this tme, as there´s sooo many awesome things, I would love to try.
    Your work is always such a plesant view and I sooo enjoy to surf around your blog here and look at all your gorgeous creations.

    • TarasStudio says:

      Hi Maryann!
      A very big thank you for ALL your kind comments! If you don’t have any luck getting your hands on the PDF file, my suggestion would be to cut out decorative papers to fit the roof and base, which could be easily done since they are just rectangular pieces. You could then paint the rest and decorate with matching flowers. The chipboard house is a Melissa Frances product, so hopefully you’ll be able to find that where you live. Another suggestion would be to invest in the Pazzles Inspiration. It’s been a great investment for me since it has so much capability. I don’t know what I would do without it. I hope you have a wonderful week! Take care!
      Tara

  2. juleskk5 says:

    wow what a stunning creation Tara! so darn pretty too

  3. Darlene Groseclose says:

    This is so beautiful I would love to make some for my granddaughters however, I don’t have a cutting machine and I am guessing the comment from Maryann Laursen trying to get the files in a PDF format are because she also doesn’t have a machine. So, is that correct, with the PDF format it is possible to hand cut the pieces just like using a machine? Thanks for your help and your beautiful inspiration.

    • TarasStudio says:

      Hi Darlene,
      Yes you could hand cut with a PDF format but I’m not sure if Pazzles offers their cutting files in PDF format. My guess is that they probably don’t since they promote products for their cutting machine. My suggestion would be to cut out decorative papers to fit the roof and base, which could be easily done since they are just rectangular pieces. You could then paint the rest and decorate with matching flowers. Thanks for your comment!

  4. Lenoria Kelly says:

    This is beautiful, I know your daughter will absolutely love it!!

  5. Paula Gale says:

    i’m running out of adjectives when I come to your blog and look at your projects. They always blow me away – one of my favourite blogs in blogland because of the designs and projects you come up with that always are a feast for the eyes… everything you do is always opulent and so indulgent. What more can I say? xxx

  6. Anonymous says:

    Awesome, stunning and definitely shows your love and passion, thank you
    For sharing must check into your other projects, again thank you!!!!!

  7. D. Boyd says:

    Wow, this is right up my alley! Hope to see more soon.

  8. Patty Price says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!! Well done! 👍🏼