If you’ve been following me for a while, these doll doors will look very familiar to you. I think ever since I put the first one in a doll room video I have gotten requests to show how I make them. I can’t believe it has taken me this long to share! Sorry!

This is a really easy craft but it does take a little bit of precision and planning. You will need to have foam board and the proper tools to cut the foam board so you get clean, even lines. And every door needs a doorknob so don’t forget to grab one while you’re at the craft store!

TIPS- For the trim details on the door you will need to cut the corners at a 45 degree angle. This is totally optional and in the video I skipped this. However, if you skip cutting the corners off you will need to cut an inch off of the center door trim sides! If you forget this you can always do it before you glue but I want to save you prep time. You can also resize them totally so your knob fits without having to notch out space. Doors have so many variations, this is just the style I use and I want them all to be consistent for me.

Materials Needed:

Cut List

1 – 3/16’’ @ 22 1/4’’ x 9 7/8’’ – Door
2 – 3/16’’ @ 20 3/4’’ x 1’’ – Door Side Trim –
2 – 3/16’’ @ 20 3/4’’ x 3/4’’ – Door Side Trim
– Top
2 – 3/16’’ @ 10 3/8’’ x 1 1/2’’ – Top of Door
6 – 3/16’’ @ 6 7/8’’ x 1/2’’ – Center Door
Trim – Top & Bottom – Cut end to 45°
6 – 3/16’’ @ 5’’ x 1/2’’ – Center Door Trim –
Sides – Cut end to 45°

Watch and create your own!

1 Comment so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

    1. jaycie soctt
      November 26, 2019 at 9:22 am –

      i think that this would be a verry fun thing to add to my doll house