U Bild - Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Castle Doll House, Plan No. 794
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Made mostly from your plywood and ready-made moldings. 36 in. tall by 30 in. long.Shipping / Billing Information This product ships direct from the manufacturer: Your order will ship in...
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Winter can be such a challenge when it comes to keeping the kids busy and engaged. Why not make them a new toy or game? If you don’t have children or grandchildren, or nieces and nephews of your own, you can make something to donate to a shelter or even to sell at an online auction site.
works well. got my attention.
Plans were fine for the price. Disapointed with the cardboard oatmeal box tower. I am making this as a christmas present for my 5 year old granddaughter and a cardboard oatmeat box tower won't last long. Plus I am making it as something special for her that she maybe even pass it down to her children. I have built doll houses and log cabins from kits for my other grandkids and they plan giving them to their children. I am going to use a 6 inch diameter thick cardboard cement mold pipe instead (much thicker and stronger). It will look a little larger than the plans but will last a lot longer. Also I was surprised that the castle was not designed to be one piece. I am going to add floors to the smaller buildings and permantly attach them to section 1. Just to spruce it up a little, I am going to wrap the windows inside and out. Overall still like the pattern and would buy it again. I am only giving constructive comments. I will send you a picture when it is done. Phil Spencer