|My daughter was so excited when she realized that the bedrooms light up!|
In case you're thinking about taking on a similar project, here's some info on the materials used and tutorial links that inspired:
this listing on Etsy (I wouldn't judge you if you bought one pre-made, this was by far the most difficult.) Since I wasn't really sure where to start, I used this free bed tutorial by Chad Alan as a guide. A few differences; I used heavy duty straws for the bed posts and added cardboard at the top. Also, the mattress is actually the soft foam covered in fabric so it is more realistic and squishy. If you watch my video here, you can see when I push down on it. Little extras: The small beaded box in her room came from Michaels Craft Store clearance section and the itty bitty bottles on her table are from the Hobby Lobby (I removed the screws).
this tutorial from MyFroggyStuff. She has seriously cool tutorials available for all types of dolls - you MUST CHECK IT OUT! The small wooden chest was purchased from Hobby Lobby for $0.99, painted it black and added the jewel stickers. Little extras: Mirror, duck tape and jeweled stickers were all purchased at Hobby Lobby.
this tutorial from DollHigh to make Ghoulia's "glass" coffee table. The "glass" is made from the plastic packaging from the doll boxes! Little extras: The little books are charms (again, I removed the hooks) from Hobby Lobby. They have TONS of little charms that make great dollhouse accessories!