25. Small Shelf Houses
Extremely basic, but just as cute! You can grab a bunch of wooden squares and turn each of them into a separate room! You can download the PDF file here. (Use Google Translate for instructions)
26. Interchangeable Dollhouse
This dollhouse really allows for creativity and imagination to shine through. The rooms can be interchanged and moved around. After they are done playing, all the boxes fit into one another for easy cleanup. (Use Google Translate for instructions)
27. Blank Canvas Dollhouse
Here’s an example of a dollhouse makeover. Buying a pre-made dollhouse and then painting it your preferred colors and decorating accordingly is a great option!
28. Brownstone Dollhouses
After you download the template for this dollhouse, you can start up your creativeness! There have been warnings that you might get addicted and make more than one of these houses!
29. Dollhouse Makeover
It just goes to show that with a little creativity you can turn something old into something new! A great DIY project is to pick out an already built dollhouse and then get your little one to pick out the new wallpaper.
30. Fun Dollhouse
A bright, fun, and colorful dollhouse that your kids will have a blast playing with. Give your kids this homemade gift that they will cherish for a long time.
31. Guitar Dollhouse
It just goes to show that you can create these DIY dollhouse projects out of almost anything! As long as you have a frame, you just need some imagination and some basic tools, and you too can create a unique dollhouse.
32. Washi Tape Shelf Bookcase
With very few materials you can make your child a functional dollhouse. As simple as a decorated shelf and using washi tape on the walls to add any missing details (like the roof!)
33. Haunted Dollhouse
Here’s one that’s perfect for Halloween! A spooky and haunted dollhouse… So cool! You can download the template here.
34. Suitcase Dollhouse
Check out this cool upcycled suitcase dollhouse! They came up with the awesome idea of using chalk paint on the cover of the case so you can draw your own house front and redraw it again and again!
35. Fairy Milk Jug House
Give those fairies and princesses a magical home by cutting and decorating old milk jugs and other plastic containers.
36. Found Objects Dollhouse
This dollhouse is made using all found objects! It has such a relaxed vintage vibe to it, and I love the creativity that has been put into it.
37. Hat Box Dollhouse
Turn an old hat box into a beautiful home for your kid’s doll friends. A fairytale-like dollhouse that your kids will definitely thank you for!
38. Portable Dollhouse
This dollhouse collapses to fit into just one small box! Perfect for taking on playdates and also for keeping the house clean!
39. Mousehouse Dollhouse
A stylish dollhouse with tons of room for playing. I love all the small details in this house. The tiny posters really add a special touch!
40. Portable Mouse House
Check out how you can turn an old lunch box into a portable home for your child’s mouse friends. This makes playing on-the-go easy and fun!
41. Scrap Wood Dollhouse Furniture
Check out how this crafter uses old pieces of scrap wood to create beautiful and unique furniture pieces for their dollhouse.
42. Scandinavian-Style Dollhouse
The cool thing about a dollhouse like this is that you can have two kids playing at the same from either side! This makes sharing easy.
43. Crazy Cardboard
The fun thing about cardboard is you can manipulate it pretty easy to create any desired shapes. This is a good example of that! I love the cardboard tube chimney!
44. Pallet Dollhouse
Upcycled pallet wood turned into a lovely dollhouse suitable for anyone! The wood gives a wonderfully rustic feeling to the home, and now all you need to do is decorate!
45. Doll Treehouse
Whoa! I am crazy jealous of this dolls book collection… And just look at that incredible balcony! That is one lucky doll!
46. Upcycled Shoebox
A simple yet entertaining idea for a dollhouse. An old shoe box that has been recovered by blank paper and the furniture drawn right on!
47. Home for Squinkie
A perfectly portable home for Squinkie (a Hello Kitty toy.) Using an old Altoid tin, you can design a tiny home for a tiny friend.
That was 47 Lovable DIY Dollhouse Projects
How adorable are all those unique, creative, and fun designs? Choosing just one of these DIY dollhouse projects may be hard… When you do pick one, you will surely have a blast personalizing it to meet your kid’s personalities and preferences.
Whether you enjoy the project with your child or you decide to surprise them and complete the project in secret, there will be a lot of fun had! So, which dollhouse are you going to recreate?