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Jennifer's Free Dollhouse Printables
COOKING PRODUCTS

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dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes

 

dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable cooking supply boxes
dollhouse printable vintage tv dinner boxes
1953 TV dinner
dollhouse printable vintage tv dinner boxes
1994 TV dinner
dollhouse printable vintage tv dinner boxes
2002 TV dinner

 

 

Printables of flour, or oatmeal or other products that usually come in bags look better if you don't fold them square. I usually take some polymer clay and make a little block with rounded edges, then glue the printable around it. In the photo at theright the flour bag was made that way. If you want the bag to be folded down at the top, glue a strip of paper folded over the top of the printie before you glue it to the clay.

miniature table showing pastry making


Baking Custard powder was introduced in the 1840s. Packaged mixes for gelatin (Jell-O, Royal, Knox) were introduced in the late 19th century. Pancake mixes (Aunt Jemima) were available in the 1890s. Packaged mixes for biscuits (Bisquick/General Mills) were introduced in the 1930s. Sources indicate packaged mixes for cake were introduced in 1920's. Betty Crocker/General Mills made them famous in the late 1940s. from
foodtimeline.org

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View Dollhouses Free Printables Tutorials and How To's
View my Art Dolls at
My Miniature Market.
Sculpting polymer clay people is another aspect of of the miniatures hobby. I love creating little 5-6 inch polymer clay ''dolls'', but I am not a big fan of putting ''dolls'' in a dollhouse. I placed my dolls in a Victorian Market setting.

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FREE Dollhouse Wallpaper

Free dollhouse wallpaper.Just download and print on your computer

Let's make a dollhouse size sofa
Here you will find simple instructions on how to make a basic sofa out of just cardboard and fabric.
Once you master the technique of how to make a mini sofa, you can make any style you like.

View My Miniature Shops

Miniature shops are my latest passion. So far I have a toy shop, lingerie shop, shoe shop , hat shop and bakery

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FREE Dollhouse Printies
Lots of printable boxes from different era'sincluding food items, household products, toys, magazines. Printables gift bags and boxes for all occasions
Let's Make dollhouse Curtains from Paper
Dollhouse curtains don't have to be made from fabric like real size curtains. It is easy, economical and effective to make them from paper
Carole's Dollhouse
This dollhouse is a modern day family home.
Carole's Lavender Cottage
This house is set in the earlier part of the 20th C. The house is occupied by an elderly lady and her companion

Kerry's Dollhouse
This dollhouse belongs to my daughter. It is the Orchid by Greenleaf.
Jens Printables 3
wallpaperbutton
More FREE Printable Doll's House Wallpaper

How to make a realistic Ascot boiler

Carole made an Ascot boiler

and shared how she did with instructions and photos

my dollhouse button
Visit my Dollhouse
I made my own dollhouse in the mid 1980's. It is a treasured possession and has given me much happiness over the years.
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Let's Build a Dollhouse
FREE printable plans and step by step photographs and instructions.
You don't need a lot of tools or know-how to build your own dollhouse.