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by ASLLEXICON Dec 17, 2015
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awesome design, great detail!!! love the glow in the dark heart/stars

Thank you! I really like that the mobile swivels/moves around!

I'm interested in little things for a dollhouse kitchen. We used Pla-Doh to make a milk carton to put in the refrigerator, a pitcher to put on the table, a baby bottle, and we have a plate that we wanted to put spaghetti and meatballs on, but we couldn't work the doh small enough. Would acrylic paint be good to paint plastic food? Thanks, Beth


It is better to communicate through messaging. You would go to my profile and look to the left and see “Message Me”.
They are cute Pla-Doh designs -smiles! I could walk you through how to design them yourself via: www.tinkercad.com
Acrylic paint can work, but I have found enamel -specifically Testor’s enamel paints, work best for PLA filament.


Todd, thanks so much for the tip on posting--I've been trying for an hour to figure out how to give you credit and how to show that I made something. Problem solved. Now I don't know how to remove it from "my design" since I didn't design it. Thanks, Beth

Thank you for posting it under ‘Makes”. If you or your granddaughter have a special request, feel free to let me know -smiles.

Made my first 3D project last night at our new library. I inherited a dollhouse that was missing a crib. This one is perfect but the mobile didn't survive. Cute idea but I'm not disappointed. Will glue the post back on and use thread and paper animals cut with my Cricut


Awesome picture! Thanks for posting.
Also, thanks for the feedback on the mobile. I will be redesigning this soon.

I made this in a new public library with a college student's help. We did not want to make the supports stronger. There is a lot of vibration with the tray going back and forth and the needle trying to skip over to the mobile. Maybe the mobile could be a separate part that snaps on later? Sorry, I haven't designed in 3-d but I'm great with cardboard! Thanks so much for designing this. I will be bringing my granddaughter to the library on her next visit to do this. I taught her how to make the mattress and hem the sheet. She's 5.

That’s a good idea, I also was thinking of making the mobile a separate piece. Have you seen my other designs for doll houses?
Also, it would be nice to post this as a “Make” (it’s nice to get the credit -lol). To post as a “Make”, click on my design, then click on “Post a Make”, then fill in the details and attach that awesome picture you posted here under comments. Posting “Makes” helps the Maker Community know which designs work and helps the 3D Designer promote their skills.

Many thanks,

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9:29 PM
Someone is using your model on pinshape.



Thank you very much for alerting me to this. I looked at the Pinshape site and Scott is giving me credit for designing the Cradle/Crib. My personal policy is; if a person is giving me design credit and is linking back to my Thingiverse site, then they can fully use my design as they wish. Again, I greatly appreciate you letting me know about this and if you ever need anything 3D related in the future just let me know and I will see what I can do ;-)


looks like the .zip file only contains one model, the other two files are blanks

They are there. Try re-downloading the zip, or download one Craddle/Crib at at time.
If you are still having problems, I can email you the file directly.

I did one a bit smaller with rafts, but I was a fail. Not much quality..

Sorry yours failed. Do you have any suggestions on how I could change it to work on your printer? I would love to modify/fix design to work on your printer. ~Todd

Thanks for you interesting. The main thing would be make it in parts. In this case raster nor supply would be necessary.

It is better always thinking in slicers parts.


I will take your advice; the next time I work on this design, I will make it in parts to be assembled together after print. Thank you for the feedback and I hope you look at some of my other designs. ~Todd