Anyway, here's the outer dollhouse, which I have blogged about before:
|Plastic canvas "haunted" dollhouse with needle felted critters|
|Plastic canvas haunted doll house interior, with three floors, and miniature furniture, |
smaller than 1 inch scale
|Plastic canvas living room with ghost and cat|
|Plastic canvas doll house nursery with ghosts|
|plastic canvas dollhouse bedroom|
|Plastic canvas doll house kitchen|
I had fun making this, even though it took me a long time to get to the furniture. It's a cute, whimsical pattern, and if anyone wants to try it, it can be found on ebay or Etsy at times, even though it's long out of print. I don't know how long these links will remain active as the pattern is considered rare.
This dollhouse was made with stiff plastic canvas, and it's very sturdy. I thought the hallowe'en details on the wallpaper were fun, but the pattern called for eyes on all of the pumpkins and I thought that looked too busy, so I left them out. I love the cat pattern on the walls of the attic.
The little drawers in the kitchen open, and I keep meaning to make some suitable items to go inside but haven't gotten to it yet. I have some tiny little bottles that would be perfect, and some printies for hallowe'en treats would be cool.
The pattern was easy to follow, and I would highly recommend trying this Haunted Dollhouse if you enjoy stitching plastic canvas.
I have no idea what price I would ask for this, as I've never seen one up for sale for comparison.
What do you think I should ask for this?
Thanks for visiting, and have a great day!