Making Toilet for Barbie Dollhouse

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Introduction: Making Toilet for Barbie Dollhouse

About: Passionate of DIY of any kind, I am not of the trade (I am developer in computing) but I am self-taught and I like to learn new things. I decided to share my creations with you through photos and videos. I ...

The house is finished, it attacks the room layout.

Getting started: the toilet.

Made from a plastic detergent bottle and medium wood (MDF) for the seat and lid, I tried to be as realistic as possible while building strong that it lasts over time.

https://youtu.be/4a4fGOktzHs

Step 1: Creation of the Bowl

The bowl is cut in a laundry drum.

The cistern is cut in a cream bottle for baby.

It is then painted in white and varnished.

Step 2: Seat and Cover

I used 6 mm MDF cut with a scroll saw.

It is painted in pink "Barbie".

Step 3: Fixing and Some Water

A screw used to attach the bowl in the ground. It is masked by a piece of plastic (water bottle cap).

Water is imitated with a hot glue gun.

Step 4: Assembly

Small hinges are placed between the seat and lid and the bowl is glued to its support with a glue gun.

Step 5: Mounting

Toilets can now be installed in the Barbie house !

The Housse instructable :

https://www.instructables.com/id/Wood-Barbie-Dollhousse/

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    That is so creative! And I don't think I've ever seen such tiny hinges, they're great :)

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    Thank you! I found these small hinges here:

    http://www.banggood.com/12xMini-Metal-Hinges-with-Screws-For-barbie-112-Dollhouse-Furniture-p-975038.html

    c'est énorme!! :D
    pas cher et réaliste, beau travail encore cette fois :)
    par contre Ken devra faire pipi assis lui aussi :D

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    Oui ou alors bien viser ! lol
    Merci.

    Very clever use of materials! This is a great little model for a dollhouse. Nice work :)

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