I’ve created these display cabinets for my Hanson’s Village Tea Shoppe but you could use them in any shop or dollhouse if you like. These are considered a beginners project in furniture building and therefore, will be easy to modify or size if needed. These are roughly 1:24 (half scale) in size.
INSTANT DOWNLOAD PDF TUTORIAL
DIGITAL TUTOROIAL – NO PHYSICAL PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED
READ ME FIRST FILE contains link and password to an online version of the tutorial for those who prefer it.
The step-by-step tutorial contains two cabinets, a display shelf, a display table and a shop counter. Lots of photos for visual help.
You can read more about this Village Shoppe Series on my Blog
As well as find additional FREE TUTS for dressing the shop/furniture!
Materials . . .
Medium weight chipboard
20 guage jewelry wire
1/4″ score tape
Ailene’s Quick Grip or Tacky Glue
Stain or Acrylic paints and distressing inks
Clear matte spray sealer
scraps of sandpaper, light to medium grit (either will work as well as an emery board)
PERSONAL USE LICENSE: Personal use, often referred to as PU, allows you to use this product for your personal needs only. You may create things for yourself and your family and friends with this type of license. You may NOT resell in any format with this license.
©2016 Teri Hanson / The Covered Chipboard