Dress Your Tiny Little Digs

My daughter made a sweet little dollhouse that she entered in the County Fair for 4-H.  She entered it under the “Recycled” Category, with the specifications being that the entry be made from some other item.  So her little house is made from entirely “junk” items.  The only new items in the entire thing would be the hot glue sticks holding it all together.

How about a little tiny tour, of her little tiny digs?

The house is made from a boot box, with each end folded down to make it larger.  The walls are made from the box lid.  The entire house can be stashed under a bed. 

Let’s go in the front door

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And stop in the foyer to hang up our coats, or perhaps sit on the bench to remove our shoes…

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From the foyer, we can just barely catch a glimpse of the zebra-inspired powder room…

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And now, the spacious area housing the kitchen, dining, and living rooms:

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And now the bedroom suite, complete with wallpaper made from 1978 wrapping paper:

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And the Master Bath:

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The shower floor, by the way, is made from paint samples cut and then “tiled.”

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Thanks for touring these little teeny tiny digs!

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