I got this 6" babydoll for 99 cents on ebay.
She came wearing this little lavender stripe dress and tites.
She was a bit musty smelling and sticky, so she got
a baking soda/water bath and I put her in a baggie with baking soda powder over night.
I made this little christening gown for her next day.
For a little doll bed I started with a box slightly bigger than my 6" doll.
I cut off the lid and used it for a curved headboard and bonnet.
Here is the headboard
And here is the bonnet which is just bent around the curved top.
Next I covered everything with fabric attaching with my glue gun.
This next picture is the bonnet and headboard.
I covered each piece separately, then glued them together.
And here is the headboard added.
Now my bed is all covered in fabric.
I used lace and bric-a-brac and hot-glued them to my bed
over the canopy first, then around the bed.
Here is a detail of the back.
Not perfect, but fine for a toy doll!
At this point I realized my lace was too long,
SO, I had this oatmeal box that I had saved and
decided to use it to make a rocker/stand.
Cut in half and covered in leftover fabric scraps,
I glued it to the underside of my doll cradle.
Small pillows for bedding AND...
A doll and cradle for Skyler.
I made this cradle for a tiny doll, but this idea could work for any size doll!
Back in the dollhouse...
Look Julie! Mom got me my own doll!!
She is SO cute!