Decorating Tink’s Treehouse: Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our Dollhouse Decorating series! Today we’re heading back inside Tink’s Treehouse to install the window trim, baseboards, and crown molding.

Enjoy The Show!

Note: The trim I used is 1:12 scale, which most crafters considered too small for 10 to 12-inch dolls. Still, I wouldn’t have any problem using it in a Barbie-sized room😉.
6 Tips For Installing Dollhouse Trim
Don’t forget to check out Dollhouse Decorating: Part 1 to see the changes I made to walls and floor!
Dollhouse Decorating Part 2: Installing Window Trim, Cornice Boards, and Baseboards.


  1. If I know that I want to comment on another blog but can’t for the moment, I just leave the tab open until I get back to it. Of course, I have about 30-40 tabs open on my computer at any one time, but I’ll just chalk that up to ADD and a creative brain. However, in this case, I did get the notification in my email that you had a new post up, and then forgot to check it out in my browser. XD Tink’s treehouse is looking sharp, and you gave some good tips. I have a miter box and saw, but a miter cutter is on my wish list.

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      I agree—endless tabs are just a sign of creativity! I usually have at least 20 open when writing a post. Glad I’m not the only one😁.

      You should definitely consider getting a miter cutter. It’s a lifesaver! I’ve been avoiding popsicle stick crafts because I can’t seem to cut straight lines (even when using a ruler🙄). This tool, however, solves that.

      Thank you! I’m quite happy with how the Treehouse is looking. I haven’t had time to work on it since making the video, but I’m hoping to start moving Tink’s things back in next week. Still, I never know how my schedule is going to go—things around here tend to change by the minute!

  2. What fun! I can’t wait to see what the furnishings will look like. Tink seems to be happy.

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      Yes, the best part of any home remodel is the decorating! I have no doubt this little house will meet Tink’s approval once it’s finished😉.

  3. I read your post yesterday, but got sidetracked and forgot to leave a comment. I do agree, it’s better to paint first and then glue things in place, specially if you’re going to use different colors or not everything is going to be painted.
    The house is looking lovely so far. Can’t wait to see what comes next.

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      Oh, no worries! I read posts but forget to comment all the time—it’s my blogging Achilles heel😬.

      I’m glad you liked the video. I’d planned to post it sooner but got distracted by other craft projects. I need to finish this Treehouse, though, so I’m refocusing and will hopefully have it completely done in the next week or two🤞.

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