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Bakery Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

Let the kids create their own adventures with this printable playset. It's easy for a grown-up to cut out and assemble before handing off to the bakery in the house.

Build this box playset, and set the scene for your own fun bakery with your dolls.

This charming bakery is full of color and pattern. This is a great first starter house for miniature.

12 page PDF - A4 -

Dollhouse includes exterior, interior and roof.
Accessories includes box, food, men, cash register and pastry bag. Dolls are not included.

200gr or 250gr cardstock
Double Sided Tape
Craft Glue

Do not cut along the dotted lines; this is where you will make the folds.

The designs in Naonu are original and copyrighted. The purchaser of a digital PDF from the Blanket Collection from Naonu is to use such product, for personal, noncommercial use only and such product cannot be redistributed or sold. Please to not share the files with others and do not sell items made from the pattern.
All art work is copyright of Arianna Frasca. Copyright is nontransferable.

Naonu (c) 2012

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • A4


  • paper
  • cardstock
  • Double Sided Tape
  • Craft Glue
  • scissors
  • ruler

About Designer

About Designer

Arianna Frasca on

My name is Arianna, I have an architecture degree, all my life I've loved to make and create things. I like to see a raw material be turned into something useful or beautiful. At the moment I'm obsessed with creating things from wool for my daughter.

I began knitting in 2010. My initial attraction to knitting was the charm of celtic pattern. Not only does the craft have a rich history on its ...

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