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How To Make Potted Plants For A Dollshouise

Making a dollhouse potted plant can be a fun and simple DIY project. Here's how you can make one:


  • Polymer clay (in green and brown colours)

  • Scissors or clay cutting tool

  • Rolling pin or cylindrical object (for rolling the clay)

  • Knife or blade

  • Skewer or toothpick

  • Sandpaper (optional)

  • Paint (optional)


  1. Start by creating the base of the pot by rolling a ball of brown clay into an oval shape.

  2. Using a knife or blade, carefully cut off the bottom of the oval to create a flat surface that the pot can stand on.

  3. Using a rolling pin or cylindrical object, flatten the sides of the pot to make it more cylindrical in shape.

  4. Next, create the plants by rolling small balls of green clay into long, thin ropes.

  5. Cut the ropes into smaller pieces, and shape them into leaves by pinching and twisting them.

  6. Use a skewer or toothpick to make small indentations in the leaves to give them a more realistic appearance.

  7. To assemble the plant, place the leaves inside the pot and gently press them down to secure them in place.

  8. If desired, use sandpaper to gently rough up the surface of the pot for a more natural appearance.

  9. Bake the pot and plants according to the instructions on your clay packaging.

  10. Once cooled, you can paint the pot and leaves if desired to give them a more vibrant appearance.

Your dollhouse potted plant is now complete and ready to be displayed in your dollhouse!

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