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    • Floor plan
      By sara_lee
      First floor: Entry area, dining room, music room
      Second floor: Bathroom, bedroom, hallway/staircase area
      Third floor: Kitchen 
    • 1/12 Scale Farmhouse Kitchen Sink (Single Bowl)
      By BobbySpragg
      This is a modern Farmhouse style Kitchen Sink ready for your dollhouse or diorama. Made of white PLA.
      Measures 69mm long x 43mm wide x 21mm deep
      Print Time: 1hrs - 30min
      Filament Used: 12.58 Meters
      All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.
      This item is sold unpainted.  This item is designed for 1/12 scale.
      MADE IN THE USA
      Can be found here:  https://www.etsy.com/listing/674192481/112-scale-farmhouse-kitchen-sink-single?ref=shop_home_active_14&crt=1

    • 1/12 Scale Modern Dollhouse Toilet
      By BobbySpragg
      This is a modern elegant toilet ready for your dollhouse or diorama. Made of white PLA. (Safe for children). I can print this any color. Just ask.
      Can be displayed 3 ways. seat-lid up, seat-lid down, lid up-seat down.
      Seat and lid come seperate.
      Measures 1 3/4" wide x 2 3/4" tall x 2" deep
      Print Time: 1hrs - 18min
      Filament Used: 10.18 Meters
      All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.
      This item is designed for 1/12 scale.
      MADE IN THE USA
      Can be purchased here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/680045977/112-scale-modern-dollhouse-toilet?ref=shop_home_active_7&crt=1
       



    • 1/12 Scale Farmhouse Kitchen Sink (Double Bowl)
      By BobbySpragg
      This is a modern Farmhouse style Kitchen Sink ready for your dollhouse or diorama. Made of white PLA.

      Measures 69mm long x 43mm wide x 21mm deep

      Print Time: 1hrs - 34min
      Filament Used: 13.58 Meters

      All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.

      This item is sold unpainted. This item is designed for 1/12 scale.

      MADE IN THE USA
      Can be found here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/672286645/112-scale-farmhouse-kitchen-sink-double?ref=shop_home_active_6

    • Just started
      By Cynderellie
      My name is Cyndi - a late thirties, Momma of two, English teacher, living in West Virginia, USA.  I have recently begun my first build - a Franklin classic Victorian farmhouse made by Whitney in 1983.  I have a love of toys, a good foundation in basic power tools, and a live-in Mother who reminded me that my favorite thing to do as a child was set up my Barbie or My Little Pony's houses and then not actually play with the dolls.  As my children continue to grow up (despite my attempts at keeping them little - ha!), I decided to repurpose a large outbuilding into a studio.  Long before children, I fancied myself a scrapbooker and have tons of supplies for that and other paper crafts.  Once I got everything set up and organized I found that the idea of scrapbooking didn't interest and inspire me like it once had.  

      In November, 2018, I purchased a one-room kit from Amazon (Flever creative room) and fell in love.  Soon I had Pinterest boards full of beautiful dollhouse inspiration and a queue of 20+ videos of how-to's on YouTube.  My love for abandoned places and architecture mixed so easily into this hobby that I quickly found myself exploring eBay for a cheap put-together dollhouse that wouldn't break the bank should I destroy it accidentally.  As fate would have it someone was selling a Franklin by Whitney New, In Box for dirt cheap (even with shipping!).  I saw this as providence and bought it.  Together this house (affectionately referred to as simply Whitney for the time being) and I have spent many hours together sanding, labeling, and assembling.  I have just about completed the assembly of the interior and will be sanding and gluing the outer walls this weekend.

      Your posts and pictures are inspiring!!  I’m anxious to get to each step of this process because I love it.  Even the frustration of wiring (GAH!!) has been fun and I just love it