If you can find a repeating pattern for dollhouse wallpaper, you’ll be able to line it up so that there’s not a lot of visual change between pieces that are next to each other.
This printable peony pattern is a repeating pattern, so you can line the edges up and they should create a continuous pattern from edge to edge.
This is a free dollhouse wallpaper printable, and you can download it here: Peony dollhouse wallpaper
After downloading your wallpaper, you’ll need to trim it and make sure that it’s the right height for the room it will be in, and that the edges line up correctly.
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Trim the printable dollhouse wallpaper.
When you download and print the dollhouse wallpaper, you’ll need to cut any white borders off so that you won’t have a thicker section where they overlap when you attach the pieces to the wall.
You could leave the border on, but when you overlap one piece of paper with the next, that connecting strip will be thicker and you might be able to see a seam.
If you trim the edges on both pieces of paper you can butt them up against each other instead of overlapping them, and it won’t affect how thick the paper is.
I use an old-fashioned paper cutter to trim the edges so that they’re 100% straight.
The important thing here is to make sure to NOT cut off any of the pattern, since you want to have that available to line up to the next piece.
Measure the height of the wall and trim the paper.
Cut the paper to the height of the wall. Use that piece to line up the next section and trim that one to the same height.
You want to make sure that the two pieces line up with the pattern repeating so that when you put it in the house the seams won’t be very noticeable.
If the top and bottom edges of the wallpaper pieces aren’t perfectly even, trim off the edges to make sure that they’re the same height.
Attach the wallpaper to the dollhouse walls.
You can attach the wallpaper directly to the dollhouse walls, or use the removable wall method, which is what I did here.
I attached one piece of the wallpaper to the board using double-sided tape, and I left the edge that would connect to the next piece untaped.
Click here to read an article about using peel and stick dollhouse wallpaper.
I put a strip of double-sided tape on the board so that half of it would tape one piece of wallpaper and the other half will connect to the next wallpaper piece.
Put the next piece of wallpaper up against the first one so that the pattern is as continuous as you can make it.
Once the two pieces are pretty well lined up and the pattern is matched well, press the two edges onto the double-sided tape to attach both edges to the tape.
If you attached the paper directly to the wall, you’re all done!
If you used the removable board, when the board is covered, place it in the house and attach it to the wall.
If you’re using a method to attach the paper to the wall that isn’t double-sided tape, you might need to give the paper time to dry in between steps.
But if you’re using the tape, this is a quick dollhouse decorating project that you can change out whenever you want to have a new look in your house.
To see more dollhouse wallpaper that I’ve designed, check out my Etsy shop here: Clay Paper Scissors
For more free dollhouse wallpaper printables, including other flowers, click to go to the templates and printables section on this blog.
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