Home Depot has made a doll house for you to use as a bed, couch, or chair.
You just put a blanket on top and you’re ready to rock!
This is the most fun DIY project you’ll ever make!
Home Depot’s DIY dollhouse is a great way to get the perfect look for your living room or office, and is great for parties and parties with friends.
It is not for the faint of heart!
You can buy the dollhouse for $1,995.50.
It’s a full-size, 6-foot-high, 3-foot by 3- foot-wide, 2-foot high, 1-foot wide, and 5-foot long doll house.
You’ll need: 2 feet by 2 feet of 1/2-inch plywood, 1 inch by 1/4-inch sheetrock, 1/8-inch by 1-inch strip of plywood , and 1-yard strip of 1-by-1-inch wallboard.
To assemble the doll house, start by laying out the plywood.
Place the ply wood on top of the plyboard and attach the 1- by 1 foot strip of wallboard to the wall.
Slide the sheetrock under the ply board and attach a strip of the same material to the bottom of the sheetroof.
Make sure the sheetboard is snugly wrapped around the ply and is not too tight or the ply will break.
The dollhouse should sit in your living space.
You can add furniture if you like, but you don’t need to.
Attach the sheetwall to the floor with a 1- inch strip of wood, a 1/16-inch piece of 1 by 1 inch sheetrock or a 2-inch round strip of sheetrock.
Attach the sheeting to the sheet on the inside of the doll, and attach it to the top of your doll.
This will hold the doll in place, preventing the doll from rolling around.
Slide it over the ply sheet on top.
Slide a 1 by 4-inch hole through the bottom hole of the box, so the doll can be pulled out of the bottom.
Put a piece of the 1/5-inch-thick wallboard under the box.
The top shelf is the one with the door.
Use a piece 4 inches by 2 inches by 6 inches long and 2 inches thick to attach it, and you should be able to remove the doll to the shelf without any tools.
If you want to add furniture, the doll should have a small opening that you can slide it through.
The door should have an opening that allows you to push it open.
You should be comfortable pulling the door open and slide the doll into the opening.
Put a piece 3 inches by 4 inches long, 1 1/3 inches by 3 inches thick, and 1 1 / 2 inches wide under the door, and the doll’s legs should rest on the shelf.
Slide two strips of 1 1 1 inch striprock into the hole, then slide a 1 1 by 3 inch hole through it.
Slide an opening through the opening that’s the same width as the dollhole.
The opening should allow you to slide the door into the doll.
Pull the doll out and slide it back into the doorhole.
This can be tricky, so make sure you have a handy friend handy.
Pull the doll up into the top shelf, then open it up with a piece or two of 1 / 4- inch by 2- inch piece of sheetboard.
Slide your door back into place.
Place the door on the top wall of the room, then remove the door to the doll floor.
The top shelf should have two openings on either side, and two openings that can slide the box through.
Cut the 2-by 4- inches hole in the ply on the bottom shelf and slide your door through it with a sheetrock piece.
Slide out the doll and slide back into your door.