Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Printable Doll House Rooms

Today I am sharing the fifth post in the Printable Quiet Book Series. These cute doll house room go along with the darling printable paper dolls that I shared earlier this week. There are four different rooms to help your little one's imagination soar! 

From the first post: When our first daughter was little, I painstakingly made a felt quiet book. I spent hours cutting out pieces and hand embroidering, it took me months. My daughter loved it and played with it often, but I always wished it was easier to add pages to it. I wanted to add new pieces and new pages, but it seemed like a daunting task. 

Our second daughter is just at the age now where I am wishing for a quiet book again. When I started saving ideas and thinking about what I wanted to do for her book, I realized that a printable quiet book would be so much easier. It would be perfect for people who don't think of themselves as crafty and it would be easy to add more pages to if I wanted to later. So the printable quiet book was born. 

Between my husband and I, we have finally completed the book and I am in love with it. There are paper dolls and play sets and all sort of amazing that doesn't take more than some printing and cutting. 

You will need:
  • The Printables at the end of this post
  • a Laminator and Laminating sheets (I love my Scotch Laminator)

Print the pages in color and laminate them. There are several ways you can make the dolls stick to the backgrounds. You can add small squares of felt to the back of each figure and several squares on the background. You can also use velcro squares instead of felt. I prefer to use magnet tape on the doll and then have the kids play with the book using a magnetic surface that can be switched between each page.

Add these pages to your quiet book, so your dolls have a place to hang out. You can glue a sandwich bag to the back of one of the pages to hold the dolls or you can add a small zipper pouch at this point in the book. I went with the pouch because these dolls have so many pieces. 

Check out the other pages of the quiet book here:

 Mouse Threading Page 
Alien Space Page
Ocean Animals Page
Paper Dolls

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Doll House Pages

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Louise Bishop said...

These just go perfectly with the dolls you made before! You are so creative and I bet your kids love them!

Terri Steffes said...

I have a little niece that I need to introduce these to! She will love the different settings and the paper dolls. Love this series!

Cynthia said...

Oh I can't wait to print this out for my grand daughter! What a great series.

tiarastantrums said...

These would be so great for my niece right now. She is at the perfect age for doll houses and she loves on her own dolls all the time.

Taylor Mobley said...

What an amazing idea!!! I don't have kids yet but if my kids are anything like me or my husband...we will definitely need a quiet book. LOL

Dogvills said...

Oh wow! These printable rooms are so adorable. The twins would love this.

jillconyers said...

So cute. I loved paper dolls as a kid and my kids loved them too. Many projects were made with paper dolls and glue.

Dawn McAlexander said...

I can remember paper dolls and doll houses from when I was a kid. This post brings back memories.

Christina Aliperti said...

This is so adorable! My little nieces are going to love this quiet book.

Stacey D said...

My children loved paper dolls and doll houses growing up. I will have to keep this in mind for my nieces!

Bianca @LadyWiser said...

I grew up playing with paper dolls. This is an adorable idea, love it!

Amanda Love said...

Dollhouses are always so much fun! I think this is pretty cool. Thanks for the printables, it's an amazing idea and my daughter will surely love it.

Yona Williams said...

I remember playing with paper dolls way back when. I honestly don't remember them having any furniture – so this is really cool.

Hil'Lesha O'Nan said...

How neat! My daughter is now at the age where she will enjoy something like this, so thanks for sharing. :)

Whitney S. said...

Awww this is super cute! I knew paper dolls existed, but I had no idea about paper doll houses!

CourtneyLynne said...

Omg how cute!!!!! Paper dolls and anything to do with them were a childhood favorite of mine! I bet my duaghter would love this!!!

S Marie said...

These are so awesome! I loved paper dolls when I was a little girl. I'm so excited to share that love with my little girl! Thanks for sharing your printable with us at Merry Monday this week!

Susan Mann said...

These are amazing. Love paper dolls and my little one will have so much fun xx

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