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Dolls House Quiet Book Sew Along – Day 4

Welcome back! Dolls House Quiet Book Sew Along – Day 4 is all about the inside of the house. Now, this is where the real fun comes in. You have so many different options to choose from in regards to the types of rooms you want in your Dollhouse and what to put in them. You can go with a true dollhouse theme with the Living Room and Bedroom. Or, if you prefer an outdoorsy theme, there is a Campsite and Swimmin’ Hole instead. You can even mix and match them!

Here are just a few ideas to get the creative juices flowing….

Living Room

Every Living Room needs a cozy couch and a rotary phone! Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Kids these days don’t even know what a rotary phone is!” Hey, you might be surprised. This was actually my 9 year old’s idea! I love Brand Ambassador, Emma Zobel‘s, purple and floral telephone. And, her idea to use the button flower as a throw pillow is brilliant!

RP Brand Ambassador, Leah Stoudenmier Jordan, made her couch even cozier with the clever addition of a blanket. Her chatty, little bear is ready to snuggle on the couch and talk all day long 😉

Bedroom

The Dolls House Quiet Book pattern includes pattern pieces to make a functional bed to tuck your dolly in at night. Accessorize your bedroom with nightstands, decorated with a lamp and/or flowers.

Get creative with embellishments. I love the glam that RP Brand Ambassador, Lee-Anne Pike De Quintal, added to her nightstands with gems for the drawer pulls. And, the lace she added to her pillow is so sweet!

This little girl is so sweet tucking her kitty into bed (by Brand Ambassador, Dani Arthur). These pics, of your little ones having fun with their Dolls Houses, are my favorite! It makes the time and effort put in to these so worth it <3

Campsite

The campsite is a fun boy-friendly alternative to the Bedroom and Living room. This idea was inspired by my middle son’s time in Cub Scouts. He had so much fun camping and learning new skills (like swimming!) This just seemed like a no-brainer! The campsite includes a tent, camp fire and swimmin’ hole.

This bear, by Brand Ambassador Casey Marie Bray, is taking a refreshing dip in the swimmin’ hole. I love the woodland fabric she used for the background!

And, these hungry friends, by Brand Ambassador Emma Zobel, are roasting their daily catch over the campfire. So cute!

RP Brand Ambassador, Bonnie Hillman Riley,‎ figured out how to add a zipper to her tent. The cleverness of the Rebecca Page Brand Ambassadors continues to amaze me!

Feeling inspired? Still looking for more ideas? Come check out what I’ve got in store for my Dolls House Quiet Book over on my blog. You’ll discover another way to use the tent. And, MORE!

Then, of course, there’s the Giveaway….

 

Don’t Forget to Share:

Feel free to share in-progress pics and ask/answer questions in the FB Group. The more merrier! But of course, once you’ve finished your Dollhouse, tag your pics with the hashtag #quietbooksal for more chances to win. 😀

  • Rebecca Page PDF Pattern Group on Facebook. This is a great place to share ALL of your Rebecca page makes. As well as ask questions and receive/offer support in sticky sewing situations.
  • Use hashtag #quietbooksal when posting your pics for your chance to win!

Now, for the part you’ve been waiting for…. The GIVEAWAY!

 

Giveaway!!!

This is Day 4 of 5 daily giveaways to win FREE PATTERNS!

Hop on over to my blog Anna’s Heirloom Boutique and enter thru the Rafflecopter link. Winner receives a FREE pattern of choice from Rebecca Page. Good luck!

See you there!

Amy Reinagel

About Amy Reinagel

Hi there! I am a wife and stay-at-home Mom of 4 beautiful children (1 little girl, with 3 older brothers!). I have always enjoyed sewing and creating beautiful things, with a penchant for up-cycling. I eat, sleep and breath sewing (my husband thinks I may have a problem, lol!) I am always trying to learn and grow as a seamstress, and being a pattern tester has introduced me to so many new techniques that I might have otherwise neglected to try! In addition to pattern testing, I have recently been writing tutorials and contributing to online magazines and pattern designers' websites. And nowadays, when I'm not sewing and creating, I am illustrating. That's right! My husband and I started a small series of children's books. Phew! I'm exhausted. And, happy <3 And, I love that I can share my passion for creating here with you ;) Let's stay in touch! Follow me on my blog at: https://annasheirloomboutique.com/

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