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Doll House Craft with Recycled DVD Covers and CDs

Honest confession- I loved my CD collection. But with song apps and iPads and AppleMusic I was itching to recycle it. So when my daughter asked me for a Doll house, I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs. Yes, I saved a whole lot of money and I saved the precious free-play space in my kid's room too. Yeah did I just spark an idea? 

Go for it, get all the CDs and DVDs out. Strip the covers of the labels and place the disc aside. Now all you need is a good gum gun and Juniour assistants. Oh and if you want to make it more fun try Mamasmiles awesome tutorial on  Handmade Dolls and if you are looking for a doll that can be your child's hero and encourages outdoor play then try Biracialbookworms suggests Lottie. 

                                                     I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.


But before we get down to making it, how about some Fun Trivia:

-In Hindi language a doll is called Gudiya. And the daughters are often nicknamed the same.

-Matryoshka, traditional Russian nesting dolls mostly have 3 to 12 dolls inside the biggest one. But the greatest number has been 72!

-Barbara Millicent Roberts is the full name of Barbie Doll.

-In Northern Europe a doll that resembles a kitchen witch is displayed in the kitchen, as a good luck charm.

At $6,250,000 L’Oiseleur is the costliest doll in the world. 


Things you need for the Duplex Doll House Craft:

6 DVD covers to make the base of the house

1 Small wool yarn

18-19 CD covers

10 CDs

A Gum gun with refills

Step by Step Doll House Craft with recycled DVDs and CDs

1) Make the base by sticking the DVD covers together and strengthen it with the wool yarn, as shown in the picture.


  I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.                I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.

2) Now use the CD covers to make the walls, as shown in the picture.

3) Create dividing walls in the centre.

I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.  I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.

4) Now make the first floor, bfs ticking more CD covers, Open these and use them. The divider walls will support it.

5) Now make the first floor walls with CD covers again. Again open these and use them.

I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.  I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.

6) Now, for the beautiful roof work from the outside with the CDs. Overlap these when you are sticking them together.

7) Your Doll House Craft with recycled DVDs and CDs is ready!

I got her excited with the Doll House Craft with recycled DVD Covers and CDs.

My kids took less than 5 minutes to assign the rooms and spaces to their fav. dolls. And then parked their Cars and rocket around it. Yeah such show-off I tell you!! Wink. Wink. Do let us know in the comment section as to how did you like your Glam Doll House.

If you are looking for more craft, check out Lemon scarecrow, Halloween Castle or a Hindi Word Game

Comments (6)

Sumeet Posted on Jan 25, 2018

This is super impressive. What a great recycled craft

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Makeupmagique Posted on Jan 20, 2018

This is so much fun!! Kids will definitely enjoy

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Sneha Jain Posted on Jan 19, 2018

Wow will definitely try this at home for my Daughter

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Ghazala Naseem Posted on Jan 19, 2018

Lovely DIY , my daughters will love this , will share this idea with them so that they can make thier\'s :)

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Thearistochic Posted on Jan 18, 2018

That\'s a fantastic idea and a beautiful diy done...your kid must be so excited to play with it

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Dipika Singh Posted on Jan 18, 2018

My daughter would love to own one hand made Doll House. I will now have all the required items saved and turn them into a beautiful doll house. Saving the post.

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