DIY Doll Grocery Store: The Finishing Touches!

I had every intention of posting the grand finale of our DIY Doll Grocery Store last week; however, some last-minute furniture pieces delayed me.¬† Not trying to boast or anything, but I think you’ll be impressed with the new additionsūüėČ. Honestly, I could spend eons beautifying this space and making little tweaks here and there, but I think it’s time we moved on, especially since there are other crafts I’m ready to start. So let’s wrap up this project by finishing the outside before taking a tour of our finished, Barbie-sized supermarket.Read The Post

The inside of our dolly supermarket is nearly done.¬† We’ve decorated the walls and floor, put in a checkout counter, and made a couple of sales bins and a freezer. However, the bins and freezer aren’t enough to hold my entire collection of Shopkins and Mini Brands.¬† I could really use another shelf or two along the back wall.Read The Post

Blog Updates: The Doll Directory.

Sorry, guys, but no craft post today.  Home renovations and farm chores zapped my energy levels, bringing my creative endeavors to a halt.  I know—BOO!Read The Post

What have I been up to lately?¬† Just crafting a freezer for our doll grocery store, that’s all! This project took a little longer to finish, not because it’s difficult, but because my time to craft has been hit and miss lately.¬† Even so, I’m thrilled with how it turned out and can’t wait to show you how to make one for your doll supermarket!Read The Post

DIY Doll Grocery Store: Making shelves, a checkout counter, and a cash register.

Ready to get back to work on our doll grocery store?¬† Great!¬† Grab your glue gun and let’s get started! We’ve built a frame for our store and covered the walls and floor with paper.¬† Now we need to add some counters and shelves so we can stock it with Mini Brands and other doll-sized groceries.Read The Post

DIY Doll Grocery Store: Building the basic structure and papering the walls and floor.

After reviewing Zuru’s 5 Surprise Mini Brands, I couldn’t help heading back to Walmart for more.¬† They are just too cute!¬† This second batch of Mini Brands had several new items—and a few more doubles. Now I need someplace to keep all these adorable goodies, so I’m going to turn a cardboard box into a grocery store for my dolls.Read The Post