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How to Make a Miniature Dollhouse Wading Pool

Updated on December 7, 2011

Easy Miniature Wading Pool Project

This tutorial will show you step by step instructions to make a miniature 1:12 scale, dollhouse wading pool. You will find the link to the free printable "pool water" at the bottom of this lense.

More free miniature dollhouse projects at My Small Obsession, click the link at the bottom of this lense.

For Personal Use Only Please

Materials

Card Stock

Pool Printie

Four plastic bracelets

Glue

Scissors

Pencil

Adobe Reader

Use the link at the bottom of this article to access the free "pool water" printable. Use card stock or photo paper to print out "pool water".

You need Adobe Reader to view and print the "pool water" printie. Download Adobe Reader for free, the link is provided below.

Step One

Trace a circle with your pencil on the pool printie, using the inside of one of the bracelets as a guide.

Step Two

Carefully cut out the circle keeping the edge as round as possible. Match the cutout printie to one of the bracelets and trim any edges you may see.

Step Three

On the side showing the "water", add a thin line of glue all around the edge of the circle.

Step Four

Place one of the bracelets on top of the circle making sure to line it up and no edges are showing. Let dry for several minutes before going on the next step.

Step Five

After allowing the glue to dry for a few minutes, turn over and add a thin line of glue to the bottom.

Step Six

Place a bracelet on the glue taking care to line up both bracelets. This will be the bottom of the pool. Allow to dry a couple of minutes.

Step Seven

Turn your "pool" back over so you can see the "water". Add glue around the top of the bracelet.

Step Eight

Add another bracelet, make sure they are lined up evenly.

Step Eight Continued

Glue the last bracelet into to place, line up evenly. Remove any glue that may have dripped. Let dry and enjoy your miniature wading pool!

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    • clevergirlname profile image

      clevergirlname 4 years ago

      How fun! I want to build a dollhouse - this is very clever! Good for you for bringing it here - thanks.

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      MiniMaker 4 years ago

      @Scraps2treasures: Thank you! How exciting for your daughter! Have fun!

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      Scraps2treasures 4 years ago

      What a wonderful project! We got my daughter a dollhouse kit for Christmas and this would be a great project for her to do. Blessed

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      Miha Gasper 5 years ago from Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU

      Cute tutorial... Nice projects for a rainy day with kids. Thanks!