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HOW TO MAKE THE EVER AFTER HIGH LIBRARY | A DOLL ROOM TUTORIAL BY DOLLS, TOYS, AND GAMES GAL

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If youd like to make an Ever After High library for your Ever After High dolls, watch this Dolls, Toys, and Games Gal doll room tutorial video to get some ideas! For my other Ever After High doll rooms: To subscribe: \r
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I am a lazy Mom. But I wanted my daughter to have an Ever After High library for her dolls, so this was the least work-intensive way I could think of to go about it.however, it was still highly labor-intensive and I stayed up until 3 in the morning doing it. Im tired! \r
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If you would like to follow along, here are the steps I took to make the doll library, here they are.\r
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Shelf: A 30 high by 15 tall by 15 deep large open cube (Formosa brand)\r
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Library Wallpaper: Bookstore wallpaper custom-printed on Spoonflower.com. I also used a wood-grain duck tape to hide the empty space between the bottom of the bookshelf wallpaper and the floor.\r
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Library floor: Custom-printed yellow-and-green gift wrap paper from Zazzle.com.\r
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Trees: The EAH Library is known for being six stories tall and has gigantic trees growing inside. Obviously, its hard to replicate that on a shelf, but I did my best. I cut out the inner tubes of used-up gift wrap and covered them with woodgrain duck tape. Then I tried to make them 3D by drawing branches onto cardboard and also covering them with duck tape. Finally, I added leaves by cutting them out of 3 different colors of green felt. I hot-glued the leaves to the branches, then the branches to the trees, then the trees to the library wall.\r
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Library window: I used a piece of scrapbook paper from the Fairy Tale Collection set, as well as a beanstalk decal. I used dowel rods (sawed them down to size) to create the illusion of a window frame.\r
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Bookshelf: I bought a jewelry tray at Michaels, but it was pink. So I covered it up with woodgrain duck tape and hot-glued it to the wall. \r
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Library books: Making dollhouse books is time-consuming, even with templates! I bought a digital template from Etsy and experimented with several methods of bookmaking. I finally found a good method: print the template, cut it out, glue on card stock to the front and back inside cover, then cut out a piece of foamboard for the middle. Color in the tops and sides with gold paint pen. Glue into the cover. But honestly, I prefer just buying pre-made dollhouse books - and I did! Found some good ones on Ebay.\r
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Library table: This is just a wide wood name sign, about 16 long, painted brown and then mod-podged over. I also painted 4 doll pins and 2 flat pieces of plywood brown and hot-glued those to the bottom of the table.\r
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Library benches: A long piece of foamboard with woodgrain duck tape covering. One bench has three trestles underneath it (made out of foamboard, covered with duck tape), the other has another mini-bookshelf.\r
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Other library decor: Raven Queen chair and Apple White couch from the Ever After High 2-in-1 Castle playset. Little garden fairy figurines from Michaels. Flower planter from Hobby Lobby. Dollhouse lamp with working LED light from Ebay.\r
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Did you enjoy my Ever After High Library? Please give this video a big thumbs up!\r
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Shoutouts in this video went to Christian Yanes and Cake Pop A.