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Hi y'all!  Working on a Sugarplum that I've had for years.... finally just going for it!  Since it's slightly smaller than 1:12 if anyone has suggestions for furniture, please let me know! DIY is fine…  Thanks!

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Some smaller scale vintage furniture makers are Tomy, Petite Princess, Marx, Lundby, and a few others. Some are wood, some are plastic, but they are usually available through ebay. Some are real nice, others not so much. Hope this helps!

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Welcome to the little family, Vicki.  The Sugarplum comes with a few pieces of furniture that fit it very well.  The last time I was in Wally World (Wal Mart) I saw that they have the Calico Critters; some of that furniture might fit the Sugarplum.  I would personally go with the DIY.

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