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Monster High School House No. 5

MONSTER HIGH SCHOOL HOUSE #5


My niece was never into Barbie's, she, well 'we' always enjoyed playing with her 
Polly Pocket's, ok ok, our Polly Pockets. I bought most of them from garage sales and thrift stores. 
Then she started liking the Monster High dolls, got a few for Christmas last year, then she...asked me to build her a Monster High house...I was a little hesitant at first because who has the time, but I liked the challenge, plus she is my only niece and I just can't say no to her.

  

I have made houses before but they were Polly Pocket scale. This was much bigger...I was excited and scared. So I headed off to the Packaging company I get my cardboard from and picked out the size of my boxes. I didn't want to go too big, because that means more paper mache...more work...blah blah blah. So I decided on the 22 x 14 x 14". From there I drew out my plans. I knew this was actually going to happen, when I started glueing the boxes together, once my niece saw how it was going to look, she got more excited and now I really had to finish this thing. So for about eight weekends, mostly Sundays, I spent working on this house. Went to bed late and got up early. I was excited too, to see it finished.

I decided to change the house into a school house because to be honest, I didn't want to have to build a kitchen, I thought making desks was easier and less work, I loved making it but I really wanted to just get it done... I wish I took more pictures during the process...I wasn't really into YouTube.ing and did not know what the whole 'blog' thing was about...

Now I am loving all this, I love sharing what I do with cardboard and I am so thankful that you all enjoy it too. Thank you so much for all your comments, you inspire me. I want to make more...

Here is a few pictures of the inside. Check out the 'dorm' tab for the students rooms.




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The School

Monster High School House
My niece was never into Barbie's, she, well 'we' always enjoyed playing with her Polly Pocket's, ok ok, our Polly Pockets. I bought most of them from garage sales and thrift stores. Then she started liking the Monster High dolls, got a few for Christmas last year, then she...asked me to build her a Monster High house...I was a little hesitant at first because who has the time, but I liked the challenge, plus she is my only niece and I just can't say no to her.







I have made houses before but they were Polly Pocket scale. This was much bigger...I was excited and scared. So I headed off to the Packaging company I get my cardboard from and picked out the size of my boxes. I didn't want to go too big, because that means more paper mache...more work...blah blah blah. So I decided on the 22 x 14 x 14". From there I drew out my plans. I knew this was actually going to happen, when I started glueing the boxes together, once my niece saw how it was going to look, she got more excited and now I really had to finish this thing. So for about eight weekends, mostly Sundays, I spent working on this house. Went to bed late and got up early. I was excited too, to see it finished.

I decided to change the house into a school house because to be honest, I didn't want to have to build a kitchen, I thought making desks was easier and less work, I loved making it but I really wanted to just get it done... I wish I took more pictures during the process...I wasn't really into YouTube.ing and did not know what the whole 'blog' thing was about...

Now I am loving all this, I love sharing what I do with cardboard and I am so thankful that you all enjoy it too. Thank you so much for all your comments, you inspire me. I want to make more...
























































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