Adding Dollhouse Flooring To The Gnome House Room

I started remodeling a dollhouse, and every room is going to be removable and non-traditional, so one of them is the gnome house.

You can see how I made the walls for this room by clicking here: 3D moss walls for the gnome room

The next step after that was to install the walls and the dollhouse flooring, plus a few of the other elements, including some gnomes and the sealed gingerbread house.

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Dollhouse floor template
Dollhouse floor template

I started by making a template for the floor by cutting pieces of mat board and the old flooring that I had removed for that room.

Scrapbooking paper for the floor
Scrapbooking paper for the floor

I found some scrapbooking paper at the craft store that looked like mossy ground and pebbles, so I covered the template by gluing them onto the board.

I’ll go back and add some real pebbles and more 3D elements to the room later, but this created kind of a pattern for me to use to see where things will go.

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Gluing the paper onto the floor
Gluing the paper onto the floor

I glued the paper on using regular white glue, and it did buckle the paper a little, but it flattened out as the glue dried.

I added a curved path to create a little shape and to show where the house would end up.

Alene's glue for attaching the fence
Alene’s glue for attaching the fence

I added a little fence along the path and glued it into place using some Alene’s Ultimate Multi-Surface adhesive glue.

This was definitely smelly, so if you can do this where you have good ventilation, that’s a good idea.

Fence along the gnome house path
Fence along the gnome house path

When the glue was dried, I added the little sealed gingerbread house and then started making some foliage.

Click to watch how to seal the gingerbread house

For the trees in front and back, I used some artificial flowers that had small blossoms, and glued them to the floor in the front.

The one in the back was made by inserting a bunch of the wires into an upside-down miniature flowerpot, then covering it with artificial moss.

Fake flower stems glued to the dollhouse flooring
Fake flower stems glued to the dollhouse flooring

I added more artificial moss to the floor and then put another gingerbread house in the back since I had extra room.

Gnomes in the gnome house room
Gnomes in the gnome house room

I put the two teeny gnomes that I have in there, and I’ll have to make some accessories for them eventually.

If you want to watch a video of the whole process, click here:

If I was adding things directly to the dollhouse and it was going to be permanent, I would have been way more careful and planned this out.

However, using the mat board to create a removable box really does let you experiment without worrying too much about anything being hard to remove, so I would definitely recommend that, especially for beginners!

For a full tutorial on how to do that, click here to read this article: Removable Dollhouse Wallpaper

I want to add more stuff to this room eventually, but it’s fine for now and I’ll be working on a different room next.

Kara Buntin

Kara is a former wedding cake decorator who has won numerous awards for her cake designs and gingerbread houses. She currently owns a cake decorating supply business at

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