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Very cute! Kate has a wooden dollhouse, and I think these will work perfectly! Now, I need an idea for dollhouse rugs.
It certainly is! Funny… when I read the title (before I clicked to see your post), I had an idea pop into my mind, which wasn’t far from your own.
The little wooden “pole” with coloured beads is so cool. No fuss or bother, just simple and easy.
You could try an alternative – a “steel” or “brass” pole – made from a piece of a giant metal paperclip (one of the curled-around office paperclips), or a straightened normal-sized paperclip. Their wire is always nice and thick, like the wooden skewer/toothpick.
Then you can use metallic beads, or coloured glass beads, as the decorative finials, just like you did with the wooden “pole”.
Those are cool little curtains – I love them. Bet your daughter is really happy with them too!
That is a good idea.