Please note our papers are all printed and dont include foil, gold leaf and any sort of embossing. All effects are created by our skilled award winning graphic artist.
All papers are posted in a protecting postal tube so the arrive ready to be used. Due to large amounts of over seas orders going missing after posting all international orders will now include tracking,
The dollhouse world is generally comprised of four distinct scales (or sizes) with one-inch (1:12) scale being the most common or popular. The other scales include half-inch (1:24), quarter-inch (1:48), and 144th (1:144) or dollhouse for dollhouse scale. If you don't know the scale of your dollhouse, you can generally determine it by measuring the ceiling height of the first floor/main level. If it measures between 8" and 10" (generally), you could be pretty certain you have a 1" scale dollhouse. Conversely, for a 1/2" scale dollhouse, the ceiling height would range from about 4" to 5" and for 1/4" scale dollhouses, the ceiling height would be around 2" to 2-1/2". Finally, a 144th scale dollhouse would have a first floor (to ceiling) height of about 3/4 inches. For some, it helps to understand that 1" = 1' in one-inch scale; 1" = 2' in half-inch scale; 1" = 4' in quarter-inch scale; and 1" = 12' in dollhouse for dollhouse scale (144th). One of the reasons that 1:12 or one-inch scale dollhouse are so popular is the ease of conversion. Just think a 5-1/2' tall woman would be a 5-1/2" tall doll!
Actual colors may vary. This is due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and that everyone sees these colors differently. We try to edit our photos to show the samples as life-like as possible, but please understand the actual color may vary slightly from your monitor. We cannot guarantee that the color you see accurately portrays the true color of the product.