How do you make a simple cardboard dollhouse?

How do you make a simple cardboard dollhouse?

  1. Step 1 – Create Your Dollhouse Shape. To create the top of your house, cut off opposing flaps from the top of your box.
  2. Step 2 – Paint and add Wallpaper.
  3. Step 3 – Add Windows and Doors.
  4. Step 4 – Flooring.
  5. Step 5 – Add Siding and Window Frames.
  6. Step 6 – Add Upper Floors and Wall Partition.
  7. Step 7 – Create and Attach Roof.

What did poor Victorian houses look like?

A poor Victorian family would have lived in a very small house with only a couple of rooms on each floor. The houses would share toilets and water, which they could get from a pump or a well. Open sewers ran along the streets in poor areas making them very smelly and unhealthy.

How do you make a house out of cardboard?

Here is the copied house pattern ready to be traced onto cardboard. I trim it to size before I tape it to the cardboard. First cut your cardboard to the height of the house which is 3.25 inches. Then cut it to length – 8.5 inches. You don’t have to do this, but for this little house it made it easier.

How to make a roof on cardboard or cardboard?

If your cardboard or card stock is 11 inches you have a rectangle 2.5 x 3.25 inches to make the roof. Perfect. So easy for making a large number of houses. Score it in the middle and adhere to the top of the little house. The paper template for this house has a roof pattern on it.

What size cardboard do I need to make a paper house?

Easy Paper House Pattern PDF or SVG Pattern – download from the Paper Glitter Glue library Cardboard – I use 8.5 x 11 inch pieces of cardboard. This cardboard is very similar to what I use.

What are some examples of houses that can be decorated?

The Irish Cottage Putz House and the German Half-Timbered Putz House are two other examples. Haunted Schoolhouse can easily be made for Christmas as well. See Kelly’s Christmas Clockhouse. Then I also have patterns for the 13 Days of Halloween Houses all of which can be decorated for any season.