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13 thoughts on “Dollhouse Building Health and Safety – Tips to Remember”

  1. 3 years is a long time to be working on something, so that must mean she loves it. I bet it’s fabulous too.

    Thank for you for these tips/reminders.

  2. My uncle used to build little mini things for my cousin’s doll house and I used to love going over there and seeing all the new things he had assembled for her. But yah I can see how the intricate work of that could be an eye strain!

  3. I wouldn’t have thought of these. Very interesting! My father built me an awesome dollhouse when I was little, but I’m not that handy.

  4. My daughter actually builds her own dollhouses (and they’re pretty amazing, too) but this is some very good advice that I’ll keep in mind as she continues to build. Thanks!

  5. Oh my goodness! All of those make so much sense that I can’t believe I never really thought about them before. I only briefly tried to make one when I was younger but, even then, I experienced all of the above for not being more proactive in avoiding them.

  6. I’ve always kind of wanted to build a dollhouse. I wouldn’t until my boys are grown {nowhere to put it, and right now at least definitely no time} but maybe one day I’ll be able to.

  7. This is great advice, my kids built dollhouses usually out of boxes and the like for their paper dolls, it made a mess but they had fun!

  8. Those glue fumes are no joke. I built a dollhouse for my mom once and we definitely had to have a well ventilated room.

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