Making a dollhouse cooker or stove can be a fun and creative project that will add realism and detail to your miniature kitchen. Here are the steps to make a basic dollhouse cooker:
Small cardboard box (such as a jewelry box)
Craft foam or thick paper
Small knobs or buttons
Small sheet of aluminum foil
Craft glue or hot glue gun
Small metal or plastic container (such as a bottle cap)
Choose a small cardboard box that is the size and shape you want for your dollhouse cooker. A jewelry box or small gift box works well for this project.
Cut out the front and sides of the box to create an opening for the stove. Leave the back and bottom of the box intact.
Cut out a piece of craft foam or thick paper to fit over the opening you created in step 2. This will be the surface of the stove.
Cut out small circles from the craft foam or thick paper to create the burners. Glue the circles onto the surface of the stove.
Cut out a small rectangle from the aluminum foil and glue it onto the back of the stove to create a reflector for the burners.
Glue small knobs or buttons onto the surface of the stove to represent the knobs for turning the burners on and off.
Glue a small metal or plastic container onto the surface of the stove to represent the oven. You can also cut out a small door for the oven using craft foam or thick paper and glue it onto the front of the container.
Optional: You can add additional details to the stove such as a clock or timer using small pieces of craft foam or thick paper.
Allow the glue to dry completely before placing the dollhouse cooker in your miniature kitchen.
That's it! With just a few simple materials and tools, you can create a realistic and detailed dollhouse cooker that will add charm and character to your miniature kitchen.