Hi Dollmakers and Mini Enthusiasts,
Summer is here and our June Kit of the Month is ready. She is Dusty Doris and you can add an outfit pattern, accessories, fabrics and wigging to complete the look. We continue to add new products weekly to help you create and accessorize your doll house doll. 

The Tiny Tailor and Mini Doll Kits have uploaded new tutorials making your doll and costuming construction even easier. Clicking on the image below will take you to our just released videos and all our dolll making tutorials. Great in-depth tutorial Simple Gathered Skirt has just been added to the Tiny Tailor Workshop playlist. Doll Kit Padding Part 3 Setting the Figure has also been uploaded to help you refine your dolls shape.
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Kit of the Month
Our monthly special value on the basic dollhouse doll kit. We pick the face, hands and shoe and you save big time. Mini Doll Kits  DIY doll house doll kits are very versatile. Make our example character or create your own.
Every month a different kit is featured.

Please allow 7 business days for your unpainted kit to be cast and shipped &14 business days for your painted and/ or assembled kit to be shipped. 
Due to changing international COVID-19 postal restrictions, international orders may take longer than usual to arrive. 
If you have time frame concerns or questions, please contact us at info@minidollkit.com



Soap Sponge and Scrub Brush

Silver Tone Bucket

100% Cotton Tiny Flower Print Red & Ivory Fabric

Silver Viscose Wigging
MDK Doll Maker Spotlight
Mrs. Patmore as made by
Nancy Wantiez
This doll looks amazing in the Downton Abbey inspired kitchen. Nancy used our Patmore Kit and
painted, assembled, dressed and accesorized her. 
Great Job!

Have you made a character doll with one of our kits?
Show us your mad doll skills.  Email a picture of your doll to info@minidollkit.com  and your doll may end up in our inspiration gallery.

Fun fact:
Most European dolls had brown eyes until the Victorian era when Queen Victoria inspired blue eyes.  Queen Victoria liked to design her dolls clothing and dressed them with the help of her governess, Baroness Louise Lehzen.

4 of Queen Victoria's dolls