The Orples, Their New Friend, and Her Hand Carried Dollhouse

Olivia and Oscar were helping me select inventory for our new online shop …. talk about a tedious chore … but I must admit, we’ve run into some pretty nifty stuff along the way, like this dollhouse. I’d have loved to have had one of these when I was a kid.

Some of the toys we've found for our new toy shop make me want to be a kid again. I'd have loved to have had this little dollhouse when I was a child.
Some of the toys we’ve found for our new toy shop make me want to be a kid again. I’d have loved to have had this little hand carried dollhouse, way back when. .

This doll house has a handle built in so when the grandchildren visit the neighborhood, they  can pack up their dolls and take their dollhouse  with them.

3 thoughts on “The Orples, Their New Friend, and Her Hand Carried Dollhouse”

    1. I built a doll house from scratch about that size, and by the time I finished, I spent well over $400.00 on the house kit, the materials to ‘finish’ it with, and the doll house furniture, so that little house (comes with some furniture) is a dynamite deal price wise, but what I really love is that ‘ridge-board’ handle so it can be transported. How clever is that, Sylvia? I really enjoyed including this little house in ‘my’ inventory—I wasn’t kidding when I said I wished I’d had one when I was a kid. I gave the one I did build to my niece.

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