Recommended Craft Supplies

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Minwax Polycrylic, Satin

This is an easy to apply and clean up water-based protective finish that I used on the faux hardwood floors in the doll house.

Minwax Wood Stain

This is oil based; I like it better than the water-based version. I apply with a rag, so no brush to clean. I get the small 1/2 pint cans for doll house projects.

Elmer's Wood Glue Max

This is the best wood glue. It’s thicker than regular wood glue so I feel like it holds the pieces together better while it dries.

Tiny Attacher Refills

These are the refills for the Tim Holtz Idea-ology Tiny Attacher (AKA the mini stapler). The refills are super easy to put in the stapler. 

Laminating Pouches, 3 mil

I use these pouches with my laminator.  The 3 mil is linked here but I also have 5 mil when I want thicker laminating. Both sizes work great and you can’t beat the price. 

Silhouette Cameo Replacement Mats

I use these to replace my worn out cutting mat for the Silhouette Cameo. These aren’t Silhouette brand but work just as well and are less expensive.

Loctite Power Grab Adhesive

This product works really well to adhere cardboard to other materials. It holds the elements in place while the product dries. I’ve purchased it many many times.

Mini LED Party Lights

These little battery operated lights are easy to use and great to use in small places.

Wood Veneer Edgebanding

This is supposed to be used on the edges of plywood, but I’ve used it as a *transition* piece in flooring in the door house and to create paneled doors out of plain plywood.

Jumbo Craft Sticks

You’ll be amazed at the number of uses for craft sticks when it comes to doll house crafting. 

Plaster Cloth

I used the plaster cloth to cover the chimney (instead of paper maché). I plan to make a doll-sized piñata and will use it for that too.

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