For a while now, I’ve been collecting pictures of doll-sized things that I’ve come across in stores so that I could share them in a fun find post!
This is a little different than a normal fun find post though, because I didn’t actually buy the items, but they are good for inspiration!
Let’s begin, then!
(Note: I took these pictures with my phone, in stores, so the photos may not be the best quality.
I also edited these using Picmonkey, as I do for most of my pictures on this blog. 🙂 )
First off, we have a small “return air grille.” I believe that I found this at Lowe’s, and I thought that it could be used as doll window shutters! You could paint two dowels white, and stick them vertically in the middle of each shutter set before hanging it on your doll’s wall.
Next, also at Lowe’s, I think, are some mini lampshades! These would probably be too big for a desk lamp, but I think they would work well for a floor lamp!
If you want a doll dresser, a jewelry box could make a great option!
I found these metal measuring cups, and I thought the smallest could make a good doll pot.
Next up, a Target find, are these table placemats, that look like great doll rugs to me! It looks like the ones in this picture are ranging from about $2 to $4.
Here is a bitty paint roller that I found! The package says two inch, and I think that that is referring to the sponge roller, not the length of the plastic part.
Another doll dresser option is one of these storage containers. They seem kind of deep, but that might not matter, depending on the size of your doll room.
And last but not least are these adorable little pots! The ones on the lower shelf are a little bit bigger than the one I’m holding, and would also work for doll pots. I believe you can find these at a craft store such as Joann or Hobby Lobby, or you could possibly find them in a garden store/section.
I guess that’s it! I hope you enjoyed and were inspired by these fun finds!
What are some things that you have re-purposed for your dolls? Have you noticed (or not noticed) any of these doll-sized things before?