This 1/4-inch scale unfinished dollhouse kit is beautifully designed to capture the quaintness of an old-fashioned village ...
This 1/4-inch scale unfinished dollhouse kit is beautifully designed to capture the quaintness of an old-fashioned village. Create the ideal setting of a charming town for use in Christmas scenes or with train layouts. It can also be arranged on a shelf or tabletop and would even make great individual display houses or gifts. Made of 1/8" die-cut punch-out plywood. Cardstock shingles are included.
These six buildings each measure approximately 5"W x 6"H x 5"D Landscaping and accessories shown are not included.
The Greenleaf Village is not intended to be open in the back. There are, for instance, no interior second floors or walls. It is possible to leave one side or the back open and install walls and floors using our 1/8" sheet wood #9213. This is easy to cut with a craft knife but does need to be sealed with a primer on both sides at the same time or it will warp.
1/48 scale, also referred to as quarter-inch scale (or 1/4" scale), means 1/4 inch = 1 foot
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Love this kit. So easy and the possibilities are endless. Makes great tree ornaments!
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