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FMOGE DIY Wooden Handmade Dollhouse Miniature Kit -Maldives Mode

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Product description

If you like buildings, toy houses, mini rooms or miniature models, then you can't miss this DIY miniature doll house, doll house world, full of imagination and fun!"br""br" Name: DIY Cabin"br" Size: 39*25*26.2cm"br" Weight:2kg"br" Scope of application: jewelry, gifts"br""br" main feature: "br" This is an unfinished model that needs to be assembled by itself;"br" This is an ideal gift for friends, classmates or anyone you care about;"br" Excellent children's toys, stimulate their thinking, encourage their hand-eye coordination, and cultivate their patience;
The doll house is also an amazing decoration. Whether you put it on a TV or table, it will be very attractive.

note:
This product contains only parts and must be assembled by yourself.
Does not include installation tools, glue or batteries, you need to prepare yourself.

packing list:
1 * miniature doll house
1 *Instruction manual (English)

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