Robotime Miniature Kit- An Expanded Review Of Cathy’s Flower House

Today I will be talking about the one Robotime miniature kit called ‘Cathy’s Flower house’. Simply because it’s one of the three kits from Robotime that I got for my birthday (what a surpriiiise it was, I was so happy !)

In a previous article, I was talking about all the different kinds of dollhouse kits that I found on Amazon and others.

Ok, let’s go!

 

Product name: Robotime Miniature Kit DIY  DG104-Cathy’s Flower House.

Place(s) to buy:  Banggood

Owners: Robotime, a little more info:

Robotime was founded in 2007 and specializes in educational toys for children and adults. They were the first to offer worldwide puzzles in 3D Assemblage Technologie and have more than 400 DIY Wooden model puzzle pieces.

This allows children to assemble their own music boxes and dollhouses, alone or with a parent. To make it even more fun, Robotime also has DIY wooden model kits with LED light and music. Children ànd adults will have hours of fun with these great DIY kits!

I will dive deeper into the 3D puzzles in a later article, once myself or a family member has assembled it 🙂

Overall rank: see below

Warranty: 30-day refund or replacement 

Product Overview:

Unique Robotime miniature kit to make a miniature greenhouse.

Look out gardeners, put that trowel down, because it’s time to make your own miniature greenhouse, complete with LED lighting.

This do-it-yourself miniature room model will keep you busy for hours while you cut, fold, glue, and transform the supplied pieces into wonderful souvenirs. This is a great project for a grandparent to complete with a child or the perfect gift for people who love crafting.

Not suitable for children, unless accompanied by adults.

Content:

– Wood, paper, cloth, and metal parts

– Illustrated manual

– Brush

– Glue and 1 tweezer

– 2 battery’s

Already painted. A total of 231 pieces. Average time to build: 20 hours.

Scale: 1/24, that is pretty tiny!

Measurements : – 195mm high x 175mm wide x 175mm deep .

 

The Good & the Bad : 

The Good:

– Very decent material, although made in China haha

– You love to assemble miniatures, but you don’t want to saw them yourself or don’t have the right material or space to do so. Like the craft saw: material to use for crafting or craft table saw: another material to use for crafting.

– very colorful and a lot of fantasy came into this kit

– You don’t need anything else to start out, there are 2 different types of glue included + a brush + tweezers. You would just need some (fine) scissors and a ruler.

– Most of it is very easy to do, you might get into some trouble with the plants, but I read on Facebook that I am not the only one struggling with them  🙂

– non-toxic

The Bad:

– A missing piece! Not something crucial, cause there are so many pieces in this kit, but still..

– sometimes the colors of the same piece of furniture are slightly different.

– the instruction manual could be more detailed and less confusing

– the pieces that should be together in 1 bag, so you could find them easier to put 1 piece of furniture together, are divided between several bags, thus it takes a long time to find all pieces. I am a fan of puzzles, so I don’t mind, but I’ve seen reviews of people giving the kit 1 star only because of this. I think that is a bit exaggerated honestly! But that’s just my opinion 🙂

I will walk you through a few things I have encountered, including pictures to show you what I mean!

Picture number 1 :

 

The door wasn’t made off ‘transparent paper’ as it said in the manual, but transparent plastic. I could live with that, but it was the first thing I had to make, so that started out confusing.

Picture number 2 and 3.


I had to cut these 2 pieces into 3 pieces each. Turned out I have to paint over 2 edges because of this. Luckily I still have brown acrylic paint, so not a big deal honestly.

Picture number 4 and 5.

 

You need to unfold the red rope, cut it, and then make a flower out of it. Well, this was irritating to do, so I just used some of my own (red)crêpe-paper and that was so much easier!

 

 

Look at the difference, the red one on the right is made with my own paper! I have no clue why they would make it that hard, just add another piece of the paper that’s red, like the yellow piece of paper!

Picture number 6, look at the text, happened in my kit as well.

 

 

Picture number 7 (these pictures look different cause taken with another and better camera ;-).

cathys flowerhouse

As you can see, the ‘floor’ was bent, which made it hard to glue all the side-pieces together. Wich brings us to picture number 8 as a result: I had to cut off a piece because the greenhouse wasn’t fitting at all to the floor anymore.

Picture number 8.

what a hassle

 

 

 

 

I needed to put them away in a box so that my cats couldn’t get to them 🙂

 

 

BUT in the end, it was surely worth the hassle, look at the pictures of the progress and the small video I made off the result on Youtube, isn’t it pretty!?

 

 
 

Robotime Support.

You can find a lot of videos from Robotimes miniature kits on YouTube and pictures on Facebook. You could contact them threw Facebook or email in case of problems.

I am getting a lot of questions on how to contact them: this is their official émail support! (people seem to be getting the most help for missing pieces etc threw this mail ).

Extras:

Dustcovers, very handy if you want to make several kits!

 

robotime miniature

 

 

My Final Opinion of Robotime Miniature Kit Cathy’s Flower House

Cathy’s flower house is overall a very nice dollhouse miniature kit. It has decent quality and hours and hours of fun. A few mistakes here and there, but nothing I can overcome.

Any questions? Then leave a comment here, please..

Happy crafting!

Lizzy

 

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Robotime Cathy's Flowerhouse

$34,69
8.2

product

8.8/10

support

7.5/10

overal quality

8.6/10

Difficulty level

7.8/10

The good

  • One of my favorite designs!
  • No extra materials needed
  • non toxic

The bad

  • It has a few enoying errors to fix
  • pieces belonging to 1 miniature should be together in 1 bag
  • takes a very long time to make

111 thoughts on “Robotime Miniature Kit- An Expanded Review Of Cathy’s Flower House

  • 28/02/2020 at 9:46 pm
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    I loved reading your website and would love you to look at my environment project i had my students complete with house hold products such as empty plastic bottles etc. I love the way you show how to make the dolls house as I did in my project. I think this kind of website is fantastic for schools and student projects which could really open up your audience so keep up the hard work as I love the website.

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  • 05/03/2020 at 2:35 am
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    I really enjoyed your article as I learned a lot about this subject. I have worked in schcools setting up projects for students and have organized projects similar to this for them. I will share this information with people I know who are still currently working in the school system. My work was primarily setting up after school programs for children who were on probation or gang affiliated. We did projects such as basket weeving, creating murals, and prpjects involving song and dance activities. 

    This minature dollhouse kit would do well as a student project for some of the teachers I know. You have explained this very well in your article of how to construct the doll houses.

    I do not like the fact that there are a few missing pieces here and there. That indicated to me lack of attention to detail in putting the kit together. But overall it seems like a worthwhile endeavor. Thanks for presenting this information. I will share it.

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  • 05/03/2020 at 5:35 pm
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    What a fun way of learning art and craft for children. As much as the youngies may enjoy assembling the parts, that is something even the adult may find interesting (speaking of myself on this one lol). I like the dollhouses you have here they look pretty cool, and can make an awesome birthday gift. 

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  • 06/03/2020 at 3:36 pm
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    Wow. I really enjoyed your article. One of my interests is working with wood. I’ve always wanted to build dollhouses; I just never got around to doing it. you did an amazingly thorough job of explaining how you worked around some issues that you had with the kit, including making your own replacements for missing parts. By the way, did you contact Robotime regarding the missing parts? If you did, what was their response?

    Your picture at the top is so big I had to scroll in order to see all of it. Could you make it about 10% smaller? It may not be important for others, because my default font size settings are a little larger due to my “old” eyes.

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    • 07/03/2020 at 2:23 pm
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      Hi Dane !,

      Thank you for your comment on my article. Honestly I haven’t contacted Robotime yet, but you are right , I probably should. Although lots off people seem to have the same issues. We miniaturists always find a way to fix things though , it is a good learning proces 🙂 That is if you have the right crafting materials, as mentioned in these articles of mine : crafting materials

      You are right: the picture on top is way to big, I need to figure it out and make it smaller, but my site is a work in progress, I have only just started it. Thank you for mentioning it though ! Happy crafting !

      PS It is never to late to start a hobby , go for it !

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  • 07/03/2020 at 6:03 pm
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    Quite an interesting one here and I must say that this is really interesting to see. I am a homesxhool teacher for my daughters and seeing this here is quite great to see here since they offer a lot of interest as to what can get the kids very busy and creative while using simple materials to great something worthwhile. Thanks so much for this here

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  • 10/03/2020 at 6:22 am
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    My little sister has been asking me about this Cathy’s flower house for a while now and I just didn’t understand what the deal was with it. I find it very interesting though that you have some very nice information on it and have given details too on how to assemble it together. The pictures will make it easier for me to make when I but one for her. Tha k you for the details.

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  • 11/03/2020 at 6:23 am
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    Hi, Lizzy,

    This looks like a lot of fun! I would like to better my craft skills. I’m pretty sure this would help to boost anyone’s creativity, patience, and discipline.

    The price isn’t bad. I’d love to try this one you mention and then we’ll see. I guess I’ll have to wear glasses to work on it, even though I hate them lol.

    Thanks for putting this together.  

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  • 11/03/2020 at 3:20 pm
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    I like crafting and putting things together with my grandchildren. The greenhouse kit is interesting and will have to check out this kit.  What are the age requirements for these kits? The dollhouse kit is not suitable for my grandsons, the greenhouse kit is more suitable. The instructions look easy enough for anyone to follow. 

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    • 16/03/2020 at 3:13 pm
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      Hello Jannette!

      The age requirment for these kits is 14 years minimum. You could try at a younger age, but then accompanied bye an adult would be much better ! Do not craft it with very small children, as the tiny pieces are easily put in young kids mouth !

      Sure, you could have the greenhouse for your grandsons, but maybe the 3d puzzles from Robotime are more for boys , click here

      Thanks for your comment and happy crafting !

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  • 12/03/2020 at 12:12 pm
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    Many thanks to you for giving us such a beautiful article about Robotime Miniature Dollhouse Kit- An Expanded Review Of Cathy’s Flower House. I think this is an enjoyable method for learning craftsmanship and art for kids. I like the flower house you have here they look quite cool, and can make an amazing birthday gift. I think this kind of site is incredible for schools and understudy ventures. I must say that this article is very educational and informative. I am going to bookmark it. Looking forward to more beautiful articles related to this in the future.Good Luck!

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  • 12/03/2020 at 2:49 pm
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    Thanks for reviewing Robotime Miniature Dollhouse Kit. I’m interested in buying several kits, one for me, and the others for my kids.

    I’m very impressed with this toolkit. I mean, this Robotime Miniature Dollhouse Kit is not only for kids but for grown-ups as well, like me. Or, maybe they have other objects we can create and not just for dollhouse, like if you are a boy and you want to make a miniature hotel.

    There’s just one thing that I am thinking about this tool kit. What if I am a beginner and with beginners, sometimes you make mistake in your creation that you need to redo the process of creating your project. Do I need to buy two sets of the kit or are parts replacements available in Amazon or Ali-Express?

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    • 16/03/2020 at 3:08 pm
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      Hello Gomer !,

      It is so lovely isn’t it, these miniature kits? I really like them as well.

      About your question: I don’t really think that you would need to buy 2 sets, as there was only part off a piece off furniture that wasn’t correctly made. Slighty different color, which you can paint over and missing a few holes, which you can DIY with the dremel . It would be a bit silly to buy 2 sets just for that 😉

      Happy crafting ! 

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  • 13/03/2020 at 6:29 am
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    It feels great reading your article knowing fully well how my kids and I would have such fun arranging these miniature dollhouse together. We one a greenhouse in our compound and that alone would give us a better hint as to how we can make the dollhouse. I encourage such activities with kids because it creates bond between kids and parents when they do it together, and it also help in developing their mental health. Thanks for sharing.

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  • 17/03/2020 at 2:25 pm
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    Great review of the Robotime Miniature Dollhouse Kit! Some of these dollhouses that you build look very intricate and detailed and I was wondering, do you know anything about architectural models? My parents want me to model out some modern designs for one of our current houses and I think it would be really fun to build a miniature model by hand. Thanks!

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    • 17/03/2020 at 3:04 pm
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      Hello Kevin,

      That is a really difficult question, but thanks for asking 🙂 I think that is something specific that only architects should be able to do. Also I believe that in these days architecturals models are all done bye computers. Maybe you could ask an architect ? Thank you for your comment ! 

      Kind regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 19/03/2020 at 2:12 am
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    Despite not owning a doll house, I am a fan of it simply because they are so cute and lovely to look at.

    When assembling a doll house, I feel that one needs to have patience when putting the small pieces of material together. This is one activity to unleash anyone’s creativity especially when he or she need a time to release some stress.

    However, the end product after hard work of assembly is always a lovely piece of artwork to admire.

    Thank you for such a wonderful article!

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  • 19/03/2020 at 9:48 am
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    This article shows how you can come up with a very nice hobby, would be good for schools as a project as well. I had no clue that this type of crafts even existed. I think some people who like to put on miniature railway lines could love this as well as it looks really nice. Especially in times like these where a lot of people have to stay home with their kids, it is a fun way to pass time.

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  • 20/03/2020 at 8:55 am
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    Hi Lizzy, This Miniature dollhouse looks adorable. Although I enjoy fixing things up, I have not tried Miniature products. This look fun and I wish to give it a try,

    I enjoy DIY portion to build this however it looks like it has many parts to assemble. How long will it take to complete.

    Thank you. Marc

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    • 20/03/2020 at 1:50 pm
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      Hello Marc  !

      Yes it is much fun to assemble these ! It will take me about 24 hours to put it all together.

      Kind regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 21/03/2020 at 4:07 am
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    Creating a robotic miniature Dollhouse is amazing fun and educational creativity. I am also interested to this.  Every one specially children  like this type of creativity and like to create, watch and play with this. This type of creativity in children is to develop their mental strength and ability to improve cognitive skill development. 

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  • 25/03/2020 at 2:25 pm
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    Hi,
    I have the same DIY kit but my manual is all in Chinese. would you be kind enough to send me the english version of the manual via email or upload them on any cloud service so i can download it.

    BTW the completed kit looks amazing. Good work

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    • 26/03/2020 at 2:58 pm
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      Hi there!,

      I’m sorry that everything is in Chinese, I’ve heard it before. Could you wait for a while though to get the English version ? As my scanner is broken and it needs to get fixed bye the store. The exact store that is closed now because of Corona 🙁 Maybe you could contact Rolotime ? Thank you for the compliment ! Kind regards, Lizzy

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  • 28/03/2020 at 6:42 am
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    Hello! Many thanks to you for giving us such a beautiful article about Robotime Miniature Dollhouse Kit- An Expanded Review Of Cathy’s Flower House. I’m very impressed by reading your article.  All I can say is this RoboTime Miniature Dollhouse Kit is not just for kids, even for adults like me or, they have other things we can make and not just for doll house, like if you are a boy and you want to build a small hotel. And it’s a very important idea for a children’s school project. The house is very beautiful surrounded by flowers and I will give my baby a birthday present. I can say without a doubt that your article is educational. I will share your article with my friends. Best of luck.

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  • 30/03/2020 at 9:00 am
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    This definitely looks like a project for an older (patient) teen or adult, but I think it could be quite addictive. I love building puzzles and this looks like such fun to do. 

    Did you say you need a craft saw for the job? I wasn’t sure if you said you need one or that everything was cut already? I think I am going to try one. The only worry afterward is having the space to store the finished project.

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    • 30/03/2020 at 3:34 pm
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      Hi Michel !

      They sure are suitable to do at any age, just not for children under 14. Unless accompanied by an adult ;-). You don’t need a craft table saw for this kit, you would only need it if you were to craft miniatures or dollhouses yourself. 

      These are already cut and painted. You just need to glue them together. Oh right, you do need to small scissors though to cut the ‘leaves ‘ off the plants and such. 

      If you ever do buy one, enjoy it! 

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  • 30/03/2020 at 1:47 pm
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    Thank you for sharing this educational article about Everything you need to know about dollhouse and miniatures. I enjoyed reading your article and the lessons you provided.You have explained this very well in your article of how to construct the doll houses even a person like me who does not know anything about arts and crafts l would definitely enjoy building the dollhouse. This article will be great for school children they can learn as a subject at school. I have bookmarked your article l will send it to my friends who are teachers at primary schools they might get brilliant ideas after reading this. Great post.

    Wishing you all the success!

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  • 01/04/2020 at 2:40 am
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    Very cute. I have often toyed with the idea of building miniature dolls houses but I have to stop myself from starting yet another project that I would not finish. A couple of years ago I built a dolls house for our daughters Barbie dolls. I hunted around for kits but the closest I could find was 1:12 scale but of course Barbie dolls are 1:6 scale. So I built it myself from scratch. Her room is quite large so I didn’t have to skimp on the size and I used 3/4″ plywood for the floors and walls. When I put it all together I found I had built a monster that takes two people to lift. I should have realized as I was barely able to lift the wood off the roof of the car when I brought all the materials home. So if asked I would advise anyone to use 1/2″ plywood for a 1:6 Barbie doll scaled dolls house. Long story. Anyway, our daughter loves it and often plays with it. It seems to me that 1:24 is more a sort of decorative scale than something that a child would want to play with. But I could be wrong. Also I guess if your living space is tight then smaller models would be the way to go. Thanks again.

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    • 01/04/2020 at 11:20 am
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      Hi Andy !

      I can just imagine how heavy the dollhouse was for your daughter, it makes me laugh just thinking about that haha ! Thank you for sharing your story and how nice of you to build one for your child ! And yes, these are more meant to be decorative for adults 😉

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  • 01/04/2020 at 7:50 pm
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    This is a very interesting subject to be discussed, but we love it and was so interested in it. Felt discouraged of how many pieces that were gone from the box. You had to make so many different changes to it. That should have been included with it for that price. I think that we could possibly get one if we new for sure that we were getting what we pay for. Awesome hobbies to have and read about and see that you put many together. And have the hand to do it, question do you have to have steady hands for this? I mean it has to look nice so some kind of steady hand no shaking. Well we really enjoyed seeing all the art you have made keep going awesome site may future buy from you.

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  • 02/04/2020 at 6:13 am
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    Dedicating the time and effort to creatively and stylishly bring beautiful creations from woods is what I love and the way you have structured here is massive. Thank you so much for what you have shared here. Since it is stay at home period, this might be the perfect time to get right into it and construct a beautiful miniature doll house for my kids. Thanks for sharing this

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  • 02/04/2020 at 8:38 am
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    Hi, thanks for sharing this amazing article about robotime miniature doll house kit- an expanded review of Cathy’s flower house . This article is very educative and informative and I think this method will help my siblings to learn craftsmanship and art . Also I will love to share this article to school because I know it will be very helpful to them. Thanks for sharing once again.

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  • 02/04/2020 at 7:47 pm
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    Since I have been a kid, I have been a very big fan of the doll house and many people think that I am just crazy to like something like that because I’m already old but I feel like they are a very good way for m to express myself and give to the world what I have in my own imagination. I like this piece and although it has its own disadvantages, it is still very lovely. Thanks.

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  • 05/04/2020 at 3:25 am
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    Hello Cathy, it’s nice visiting your site. This is one very nice product and I love how you have given full detail of how the product is. Having your kids do things like this gives them some sense of responsibility and help them develop their brain in the process of thinking how to assemble the pieces together. I believe it will be so much fun and its nice this product is none toxic and i hope there are no sharp edges that can causes injuries ?

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    • 06/04/2020 at 11:00 am
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      Hi Dane,

      To be clear: these kits are suitable for kids only from 14 years old. Or younger with the guidance off adults 😉 I wouldn’t give these to young children , as the pieces are very small and could be swallowed bye them . Thanks for your message !

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  • 10/04/2020 at 2:51 am
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    Happy crafter,

    I very much enjoyed reading your very entertaining article. I love miniature crafts, that is only to look at them though,  as they look so pretty and colourful. The attention to detail is quite remarkable! I haven’t got the patience to spend the whole day putting one together though.

    I also enjoy giving miniature gifts to friends and family, for birthday parties, weddings or graduations etc, etc. Even now in my adult years, i still enjoy going to the ‘Hobbycraft’ shop, just for the miniature colourful visuals.

    What moved my heart was the educational and fun side for the children. Also, the family get togethers, that really got my attention with the DIY kits.

    You did make me smile though, chuckle and laugh, at some of the comments that you made about the missing pieces, update and pictures. Gosh i would definitely ask for a refund regarding the missing pieces!

    I really enjoyed your article. The finished products are so adorable, which is worth all the hard work and patience.

    Hope you don’t end up being a ‘robot’ with Robotime.

    Oh that reminds me, one question. Does Robotime do miniature kits for the film industry like ‘Toy Story’, ‘The Avengers’ or ‘The Incredibles’. Yep i’m a kid at heart. I’d definitely be doing the kits all day then, 24/7.

    Happy Crafting!

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    • 10/04/2020 at 12:54 pm
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      Hi Dayo!

      Thank you so much for your wonderfull comment, it was you who made me giggle haha.

      About your question, sadly Robotime doesn’t make miniature kits for the film industry, what a great idea ! You might give the makers an idea 😉

      Happy crafting !

      Lizzy

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  • 11/04/2020 at 2:37 pm
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    Loved the post, it was very interesting. I hadn’t heard of this particular manufacturer, Robotime before. I did go and have a look and was fascinated.

    All your makes are lovely. I am curious what you do with the,. Once made do you keep them as an ornament or are you tempted to move things about within the various pieces? Do you keep improving on them, adding extra little pieces? 

    I can see that this could easily become an all consuming hobby, although I must admit I would find it very frustrating if pieces were missing or in the wrong place.

    Your website is very interesting, got caught up with the fairy gardens too.

    Have shared on social media.

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    • 11/04/2020 at 2:42 pm
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      Hi Linda!

      Thank you for your nice comment! I am going to have my partner work on a ‘tower’ off planks in my hallway, so I can put them on top off eachother and make an appartment building, kind off 🙂 Then add some extra’s, like moss, branches, ladders etc. It’s a work in progress, a lifetime hobby. You can add or change as many things as you like, even in small spaces in your house. Another reason why I love miniatures 😉 Thank you for sharing !

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  • 16/04/2020 at 8:41 pm
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    I love dollhouses and the idea of building one up from scratch amuses me.  They all seem to have some type of imperfect challenge to them though.  I had a rough time getting the tabs to stay in the slots even after adding carpenter glue.  It was a great dollhouse once I overcame the problem or made it less noticable.  Sometimes you do have to improvise.  I hope you have or will find the perfect dollhouse kit one day.

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  • 17/04/2020 at 11:41 am
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    Very interesting article.
    Before reading your article, I have heard about such products, and I have never even thought of buying such products for my baby. I think these Miniature Dollhouse Kits have similar effects to players like puzzles and transforming robots. I guess, my baby will love it. I will buy one in the near future when the time is OK, and I will play with him.
    Thanks.

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  • 18/04/2020 at 1:06 am
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    Robotime products are actually durable and of good quality as I’ve gotten some of their products in the past for my daughter. Her personal favourite was the music box, which I and her mother helped her in putting together. It had beautiful lights and the green on her face when the music came on was of pure joy. This miniature dollhouse have good features and I’ll get one for her soon. 

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  • 25/04/2020 at 3:16 am
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    Thanks for this incredible article! am in love with these stuff and you just reminded me that there is things i can do through the lockdown to spend some fun time with my family.

    But may i ask about missing pieces or that the pieces not the same so you have to drill it, did you try to contact theseller to know way and what you can do about that?

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    • 26/04/2020 at 5:12 pm
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      Hi there !

      To answer your question: to be more clear: there was 1 missing piece, so I am missing 1 object. But theres so many stuff that you dont even notice it missing. And then there was 1 piece that I had to drill holes in, wich I could easily overcome without any problems.

      Happy crafting !

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  • 26/04/2020 at 1:04 pm
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    What an interesting article.  I have often wondered about the hobby of miniatures like that.  I just that all pieces were bought as miniatures and just kind of created the look you wanted.  I didn’t realize that part of the hobby included actually building the miniatures.  I would say that must be quite the challenge at times, which probably explains the interest for many people.  My feeling is that activities become hobbies because they challenge you somehow.

    I don’t think I would have the patience to continue with a hobby where missing pieces often happened!   I was impressed that you pressed on though.  The fact that you showed your actual step by step process kept the article entertaining.  Were all those final pictures your other completed projects? Well done!

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    • 26/04/2020 at 5:20 pm
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      Hi Yvette !

      Thank you for the compliments! And yes sometimes it takes some pressing threw it all haha. But miniaturists are known for being patient. Im am going to add a video of the finished product soon , hang on !

      kind regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 26/04/2020 at 1:58 pm
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    WOW! What a great article you have here. Thank you for writing Robotime Miniature Kit- An Expanded Review Of Cathy’s Flower House. I’ve learned a few things from reading this article.

    I love your clear pictures, it’s nice to be able to see clearly what you’re talking about with these images.

    I might make a suggestion though, it would be super nice to be able to see the inside of the greenhouse a bit better. Maybe take a picture of the inside looking down from the top before you put the roof on. I would have liked to see and know what is inside the greenhouse. The plastic greenhouse walls make it a bit blurry to see through. 

    I can’t really tell what’s in there. Can you please tell me if all the plants come with this kit? Or do you only get a few? I want to know if I would have to buy extra plants to get mine to look the same as yours does. 

    Thanks,

    Lynne

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    • 30/04/2020 at 1:38 pm
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      Hi Lynne !

      I will add a video and some more pictures soon , keep an eye out for it ! I am getting my youtube channel ready so then you can see more off the details 😉 

      Yes, all the plants come with this kit, it is kind of hard to put all these together though, but I believe that anyone can do these !

      Thanks for your comment,

      Happy crafting,

      Lizzy

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  • 29/04/2020 at 6:00 pm
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    The greenhouse you have made is very pretty. I love the attention to detail you have provided. I would definitely contact the company if pieces We’re missing , I understand your reasons for not doing so because you make this kind of thing often but if you were just starting out it might put you off for ever which would be a shame. I found your article very interesting and informative.

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  • 04/05/2020 at 9:37 am
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    Love this lots of information very detailed images are nice  I like that you did a step by step with pictures o enjoyed reading your article nice job!!! I will be looking forward to reading more and may even buy one to build myself it definitely got me interested in the product 

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  • 07/05/2020 at 11:51 am
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    Every since I was young, I’ve always loved dollhouses and I owned a few as I grew up. The idea of having a miniature dollhouse now is intriguing. I like the one featured on this post and although the price is a bit high, I find it affordable. With the well detailed process stated in this post to put the dollhouse together, I believe it would provide a relishing challenge for when I get one for myself. 

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  • 08/05/2020 at 11:05 pm
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    hi Lizzy

    I feel like you discussed the topic well and you made your information very clear.Really liked that about the article

    overall great post!

    I was previously unaware of miniatures but now i think that it can be used as fun family bonding task that can be done on weekends.I really like your honesty and transparency when it comes to showing us the flaws within the miniature.Although they are not major issues,it is something to consider when buying the product.thanks again for the great post

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      Thank you for that great compliment Yahya, nice to hear ! I hope you will get to miniatures soon, it is addictive ! 🙂

      happy crafting

      Lizzy

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  • 10/05/2020 at 12:10 am
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    Oh isn’t this just adorable. I’m happy to see this really and I have to say that it is a very nice looking doll house too. I didn’t know that there was something as good as the Cathy flower house like this. I’m happy you gave an expanded review and added the pictures to make everything even better. My sister is acan of doll houses. I have to buy this for her.

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  • 10/05/2020 at 6:29 pm
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    All I can say is “WOW!”  So many good ideas, and cute things to make for the “little girl” in all of us.  I have a friend in my church who was and still is a member of a doll club and has a whole room of dolls and houses.  I am going to refer your site to her as I know she will totally love everything here and probably refer it to others members of the club.  Keep up the great work!!  Who doesnt like dolls??  Not me!

    Dolls, like any craft, bring out the little kid in all of us and our adventurous side.  My mother made my little sister a doll house when she was younger, which she still has today – I think they are great ways to show off our love, and marvel how intricate those small dolls can get to make them so lifelike.  Just curious, do you know what percentage of the population these days still in into dollhouses and miniatures?

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    • 11/05/2020 at 11:22 am
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      Thank you for your nice comment and yes, who doesn’t like these things ? About your question: I have no idea how many people are still into dollhouses and miniatures, but I’m sure that because off Corona, many people have picked it up again . It’s the best way to keep busy inside for sure! (just my opininion:-) )

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  • 11/05/2020 at 3:26 pm
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    What a fun birthday surprise you had.  I haven’t done any of the miniature construction. but have been curious as to how hard it is to do.  As I see more and more projects being offered I get more interested.  My next question is- what do you do with them once assembled?  Will they be OK outside on the patio?

    I have put birdhouse kits together, and some required tools, some were just simple construction- popping things together.  However, I have never attempted something as fancy as this with all these pieces, and details.  Your demo of how you went in steps makes this so much simpler.  I am not as good about following directions as I should be, and sometimes have less than favorable results.  This is a fun share, Thank you, Sami

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    • 11/05/2020 at 6:31 pm
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      Hi Sami,

      Thank you for your compliments! 

      About your question, I do not think that these dollhouse kits are very suitable to be put on a patio, they are way to fragile for that . I would give them a nice and dry spot on a bookshelf or something like that 😉

      happy crafting !

      kind regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 12/05/2020 at 10:54 pm
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    This is all new to me. There’s a wealth of information in this topic. I would love to have one of these kits. It’s great for those of us who aren’t very artistic. Would be a lot of fun for adults and the younger ones alike. This is also good for people with disabilities. It would help their creative juices. Your description on this topic is clear and concise. You did an excellent job making it an interesting read. Adding the pictures make it much more simple to understand. Is it only doll houses or are there others to choose from? Showing the pros and cons give the reader a full picture of whether nor not they would like to try the product. Well done!

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  • 26/05/2020 at 6:32 am
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    Hi Lizzy, crafting dollhouses, miniatures and figurines is very interesting to me. It brought back fond memories of my childhood days in the kindergarden. There are so many varieties of dollhouses and characters to choose from. Like the adorable animals, prince and princess, castles etc. Life was very simple back then. And the girls loved to play with it. A good time for family bonding between the parents and siblings. Playing the different characters. I could remembered cutting the paper characters out and paste them in school. There were lots of fun. It improve the motor skills of the children while setting it up. I learned to be more patient. As i grew up, more fantastic toys were created. Really miss those good old childhood days.

    Warm regards,

    David Koh

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  • 29/05/2020 at 4:00 pm
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    Hi Lizzy, thank you for this wonderful article.. These 3d puzzles are going to be so much fun putting together. Me and my girls are all board gamed out. I would want to purchase several of them. Do you know if there are any discounts offered for the purchase of more than one?

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      Hi Cece !

      I can imagine that during this health crisis, you get gamed out with board games 😉 I don’t know honestly if you would get a discount for buying several kits, but if you buy on AliExpress (they are a lot cheaper there than on Amazon in the first place), you get a voucher of 3 dollars on the next purchase. Not much, but every little bit counts when you want several of them, right ?

      Happy crafting !

      Lizzy

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  • 31/05/2020 at 1:08 am
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    Hello,

    It looks like a lot of fun for the kids and adults to make a dollhouse! Especially this time when kids are out of school. 

    I like your detailed explanation of what pieces are missing or different colors, but overall the result is perfect. And the images are lovely! (I don’t like the idea that the dollhouse is made in China, but looks like almost everything made in China).   

     My grandson likes ( me too) to do little projects like birdhouses, puzzles, so I will offer him to build the dollhouse. It will be good practice for him ( and me too) to make a little house for his younger sister. It will be the first time for him to do a ” big” project for somebody.

    Nice post and pictures, detailed explanation tempting to buy for granddaughter as a birthday gift.

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  • 07/06/2020 at 7:57 am
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    Woaaaa this brings me back to my childhood!

    I always love small things like this since I was a child. I love looking at them and admire every single details: the sign with tiny tittles, the colors of the plants, tiny things in a tiny box etc. This is indeed an art with patience and dedication.

    Thank you for not only such a great post but also a great website as a whole. I also really like your post on ‘From Trash To Treasures Ideas – Make Miniatures From Scratch’. My mouth dropped seeing the transformation, especially how you made the coffee pot from a piece of paper.

    Awesome!
    Tam.

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  • 14/06/2020 at 5:23 am
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    Lizzy,

    What a fascinating hobby! It amazes me how such tiny things can be so beautifully detailed! 

    Your website is welcoming, colorful, and fun to visit–everything I’m personally attracted to when searching for info/ideas. 

    I don’t have a lot of space or time, but would love to learn how to create a dollhouse or garden or something. After perusing your site–seeing photos and printables list and Harry Potter book nook and the red dresser :D–my interest is really piqued. 

    I’m a bit older than you :D, but I also had a love for very small houses, furniture, people, animals, plants, etc as a child/teen. 

    I love your idea to build a “chaotic” treehouse with trolls! Please post photos of your progress. 

    A curious question or 2: What project would you suggest for a total beginner? A beginner who doesn’t want to use a saw (at least not yet). And how much time each day do you spend on your work? 

    Looking forward to what comes next….

    Cheers, 

    Tammy

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    • 14/06/2020 at 2:50 pm
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      Hi Tammy!

      Thank you so much for your wonderful comment, it brightens my day !

      I will sure post photos and even a video of the finished treehouse in the future, keep up with my ‘personal work‘;-)

      About your question: I would start out with a dollhouse kit , preferably a more easy one then Cathy’s flower house, like this one from Robotime . So you can see if it is something you would like to do and make yourself, you don’t need a saw for these. All crafting materials are included, except things like scissors / a ruler etc..

      I spend about 2 hours a day on crafting something, on a kit or working on my treehouse or fairy gardens or sometimes I spend a lot of time on Pinterest looking for ideas lol. There’s always something to be done in the miniature world, it’s such a wide hobby!

      Happy crafting ! 

      kind regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 22/06/2020 at 6:01 pm
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    Wow! What an amazing article on a greenhouse kit. You covered everything in thorough detail and made me want to buy one, even though I don’t have time to put one together, Ha, ha. Other than a few misspellings, your article was complete and very nice to read through. It gave all the details and showed the pros and cons of the kit. I loved it! 

    Keep up the great work. I can see that your articles and website are taking off really well. 

    Molly G

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  • 22/06/2020 at 9:49 pm
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    Hello and thank you for your review.  First of all I have never had any experience assembling such a miniature kit.  However, it does seem to have a certain level of tedium which I can relate to.  My craft of choice is leather working.  The two things I enjoy the most are carving/tooling the leather and lacing.  Both of which happen to be the most tedious things to do. 
    Do you display your miniature kits as stand alone or are they part of a larger display?  They sort of remind me of the kind of detail some people would put into their model train displays.
    It’s unfortunate you had some difficulties with missing pieces and colours not matching.  They sound like quality control issues that hopefully the company is working towards resolving.  The issue with the instructions not making sense could be related to problems with translation.
    Cheers,
    David

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    • 28/06/2020 at 5:08 pm
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      Hi David,

      I think you are totally right about the missing quality control issues and I have read that the support off the company is getting better and better, especially if people would contact the mail address that is showing in my article, then they help you out with any missing pieces or a missing tutorial etc. 

      I intend to one the one hand, spread out my personal miniature work around the house, but the miniature kits will be made onto a ‘street’, right beside each other. Work around it with diorama scenes.

      Happy crafting !

      Lizzy

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  • 30/06/2020 at 7:45 pm
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    Wow! Patience is a virtue. But I do have to say that this miniature kit for a greenhouse looks realistic and fun! I can see where I would get addicted really quick and get lost in time for a day or more not realizing the time passing. It looks like it is time for me to start a new hobby!

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  • 01/07/2020 at 3:14 am
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    Your website is well designed and easy to navigate. As an amateur of miniatures, really someone that likes to admire the hard work that goes into creating dollhouses and miniature designs, I found your website welcoming and easy to find information. I looked for an article on how to start in creating a dollhouse or miniature design. I was able to find the post about miniature dollhouse kits. A pretty good place to start. The post provides 9 examples of miniature dollhouse kits with information for the reader to decide which one is best for them to start. Your website has eye-catching pictures to draw the reader in. The menu is visible and in a central location. I like how you have previous and current articles listed in categories on the right side of the page. This makes it easy for the reader to search for the post that they may need. I think your website is great for experts and the novice or amateur admirer of dollhouse and miniature designs. 

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  • 09/07/2020 at 4:45 pm
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    Hello  

    Thank you for sharing your article about craft for children, The article is so helpful and so powerful. Just as much as I read your article this is as much as I appreciated your article I didn’t know anything about craft but when I read your article I learned a lot thank you for sharing that with us.

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  • 17/07/2020 at 2:52 am
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    Thank you so much for sharing a beautiful and insightful article with us. The prime element of this article is Review Of Cathy’s Flower House. It is truly impressive that you covered this subject so well in your post. I’ve learned a lot from reading your article and developed a lot of knowledge about Robotime Miniature Kit DIY  DG104. I like the Good side of Robotime Miniature Kit DIY of the points mentioned in your article. I bought it a few days ago which has doubled the beauty of my house. Because it is as colorful as it looks.
    Lastly, I would like to say that those who have some extra want with the beauty of the house, then you must buy it which will bring out the beauty of your inner beauty.

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  • 18/07/2020 at 2:07 am
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    Wow, this is a very nice doll house if you ask me. I love to out my creativity to test but I have never tried a miniature dollhouse before. It seems to me like I would need a good amount of patience to be able to pull this off but I don’t mind it at all seeing that I would eventually create something spectacular as this is just enough motivation for me to do it.

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  • 25/07/2020 at 11:42 pm
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    Hey there , my sister is always talking about the robotime kid but I literally did not know what she was talking about until now that I have read your articles, I wasn’t aware of this and I am glad you wrote an educative post and you also looked at the good side and bad side of the toys thanks so much 

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  • 27/07/2020 at 9:58 am
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    Wow! This is really awesome to see. Wow! Pure awesomeness. Considering the fact that you made this yourself, I can only say that this is really awesome. I feel that this your robotime miniature dollhouse kit is really hood and I can actually get something like his for my daughter to play with too. Awesome and I love this

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    • 27/07/2020 at 12:57 pm
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      Hi Sherry,

      Thank you for your comment, but please be aware that these miniature kits are not meant to play with for a child ! Just a little warning, then you are better off with real toys for children 😉 Have a nice day !

      Lizzy

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  • 27/07/2020 at 10:57 am
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    This is a really interesting and fun to read article, I’m not so conversant with doll house but I do love it when I see one. Robotime miniature kit is very full of useful stuffs for your doll house and I like how you’ve taken your time to explain how to make use of it, thanks.

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  • 03/08/2020 at 10:58 am
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    Wow…Im so amazed of the things that you do because this very small or minute doll houses are very tasking to assemble…imagine small pieces and parts of it to be paste and glued together inorder to make a minute doll houses…whew…it takes a lot of patience and time to assemble and make one but it is a very good way of having a quality time to spend with family members because you will have enough time to spend in a collaborative work and cooperation with each other in achieving a single goal of making a mini-beautiful cute house. The downside is for someone with a bad or poor eye-site will surely be having a hard time to make one because the parts are so small and with different colors and adults should be present if small kids are doing the work of assembly inorder to prevent choking hazards incidents from kids playing or putting the small parts into their mouths…anyway the big fun associated with the activity will overcome the small risk of making a beautiful mini-doll house or houses. Have fun building…

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  • 06/08/2020 at 6:55 am
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    I love your site, it is so colorful yet full of informative ideas. I loved crafting when I was a kid, your site just reminds me of my childhood pastime. I definitely love to pick up hand crafting again. It is good you include both the good and the bad of the miniature kit especially the confusing part so we can follow easily.

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  • 06/08/2020 at 7:14 am
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    I have. Alittle cousins l who has always admired the  Cathy flower house that her friend owns and I didn’t know that I would be able to get it online for her easily. This is good and I am looking to get it for her. I like that you were able to share the information about it and it’s very good stuff. Thank you so much for this.

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  • 16/08/2020 at 7:47 pm
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    Oh my Goodness! How CUTE! I am not a gardner but I love this all the same. It seems you do need a little creativity to be able to put some of these pieces together, but overall what a fun project! I absolutely LOVE your collection! Where do you buy the dust covers?

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      Hi Brianna !

      Thank you for your positive comment, much appreciated ! You can buy the dust covers on AliExpress, I found them to be the cheapest there ! AliExpress . Much cheaper then Amazon, where I have seen prices up to 40 dollars ! 🙁

      happy crafting !

      Lizzy

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  • 18/08/2020 at 5:08 am
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    Wow! Such an interesting way to actually learn the art and craft especially for kids and adults alike. There is the fulfillment that comes from being sucecsful with aligning the parts together and making it of be a whole oiecem this is really Greta read.  I fancy this dollhouse a lot and the fact that it looks very pretty. Thumbs up to you for sharing here

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    • 19/08/2020 at 11:21 am
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      Hi Kimberly,

      thank you for the compliments, but please be aware to always accompany children for these miniature kits !

      Have a nice day and happy crafting !

      Best regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 30/08/2020 at 3:03 am
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    Hello Lizzy, when I see these things on television and my son tells me he wants his own, I really feel there is no need to get such things for him going by the fact that he had lots of toys at home. However, after reading this article I am ready to get him his own miniature dollhouse so he doesn’t feel left out. Cheers

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    • 30/08/2020 at 2:58 pm
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      Hello Justin,

      Nice to see that you are going to buy one of these miniature kits, have fun with him together !

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  • 05/09/2020 at 3:17 am
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    Thanks for sharing such amazing article, it’s very good to read through it and to know about this will be very helpful to my wife, she’s into miniatures and I’ll share this article to her so that she’ll be able to take one or two things from it. It’s Evey interesting to read through and I look forward to seeing more.

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    • 05/09/2020 at 1:19 pm
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      Hello,

      Thank you for your positive comment and I hope your wife will enjoy the miniature kit !

      happy crafting,

      Lizzy

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  • 12/09/2020 at 1:27 pm
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    Wow, I really love the designs and it gives me a really high sense of creativity on how they have come up with this one and makes me wonder so much. I really gave not been a fam of miniature houses and even when my kids showed interest in it and had to look upon it and I saw how beautiful it is.

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    • 15/09/2020 at 2:17 pm
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      Hi Justin,

      They sure are a wonderful sight to see and I wish you and your family lots of crafting fun with these !

      best regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 22/09/2020 at 4:07 pm
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    This seems fine and a very good one for me to give a try too. Looking at your explanation, I think that it would be very nice for me to buy the Cathy’s flower house for my child, I am sure that she would like this miniature dollhouse that you shared. I think also that everything is nice about it. Thanks!

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  • 29/09/2020 at 4:11 pm
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    Hello there Lizzy, I really enjoyed reading your article ‘Robotime Miniature Dollhouse Kit – An Expanded Review of Cathy’ s Flower House’. Robotime sounds like a reliable and dependable company and Cathy’s flower house looks really beautiful. Thank you for sharing this comprehensive review of the dollhouse which I was intrigued by

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    • 30/09/2020 at 3:34 pm
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      Hi Beesean,

      Thank you very much for the compliments and I wish you much fun with crafting !

      best regards,

      Lizzy

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  • 06/10/2020 at 2:45 am
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    Oh, this is just so good. I mean, being able to get a small miniature dollhouse for my little one will be so good. It looks like so much fun that he would really love. I think this would also help to teach him and even wider his imagination as well. It’s something that I’ll definitely be looking to try. Thanks!

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  • 06/10/2020 at 6:04 am
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    Quite an interesting one to be honest.  Anyone on this table like my daughter would be grinning with this right now. I actually like the end result of the assembled miniature and it makes for a very interesting sight. Honestly, my daughter us a doll freak and I could only imagine what ut would mean to her being able ti assemble something like this by herself and put her dolls in. Surely would be interesting. Thanks here

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  • 08/10/2020 at 4:23 am
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    Hello Lizzy, 

    Kids if these days have a lot to play with other than just video games and I really like the whole idea of these miniature houses for real. Some of these things always feel artificial and one can’t actually get the best feels out of it, but I like this one for its component parts, the usage of paper and other stuff to give it it’s natural look.

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  • 13/10/2020 at 6:58 am
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    Hello Lizzy, you have done a great work here, I watch your YouTube video, and this Robotime miniature greenhouse looks beautiful. I think that you spend a lot of funny and creative hours with it. I like arts and crafts, too, and this article and the others in your website are a good source of helpful information for anyone that wants to learn, start crafting, and knows where to get the tools and these cool mini house to take action. 

    thank you for sharing

    Alketa

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    • 13/10/2020 at 7:54 pm
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      Thanks a lot Alketa and I wish you happy crafting !

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  • 14/10/2020 at 7:35 am
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    I really like assembling together small models. I used to buy kits from Revell – ships and planes. I have read your review  (your end result is beautiful) and I will probably buy this kit for my daughter (Christmas is around the corner). Can you recommend a kid’s starting age for this project?

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    • 14/10/2020 at 12:14 pm
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      Hello there!

      They sure are lovely, but sometimes as you could read in my review, a little bit hard 😉 . So I would recommend waiting until they are 14+ , and with a little help from your experience with kits, I am sure it will work out fine 😉

      Happy crafting !

      Lizzy

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  • 19/10/2020 at 7:30 pm
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    Lizzy, this is a great product review with lots of real details about the experience of building it. I love that you are completely honest about what works and what is confusing or less than ideal. This kit is something that I’m considering for a gift for my extremely crafty daughter. I think this kit requires just the right amount of time and tools for her to enjoy it. Thanks for putting the time into such a valuable review.

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  • 27/10/2020 at 1:11 am
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    Wow, this article was really enlightening and educative as well, thank you so much for sharing this. I really enjoyed it and also shared it with my friends and family and they liked it as well, I never really knew much about dollhouses  until I read this article, the robotime miniature kit is really nice and I’ll surely recommend it to anyone 

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  • 03/11/2020 at 1:16 am
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    Thanks for this review article on the Robotime Miniature Kit – Cathy’s Flower House. I am not into the baby doll niche, but I find this article very interesting. I believe knowledge can not be wasted as any knowledge gained can be used in the future for different purposes. So I am glad to have gotten to learn something from this article.

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  • 06/11/2020 at 1:05 am
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    This is a very wonderful one for you to come here to tell us about and I must say that it is nice to learn about this miniature dollhouse that I will be able to buy for my little one. The Cathy’s flower house seems good to me and I wouldn’t mind buying it for my daughter who lives toy’s and stories.

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  • 12/11/2020 at 3:51 pm
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    Hi Lizzy. This is pretty cool! I like the little showcase video in the post too. I am quite impressed with the quality actually, It is quite detailed. I will recommend this kit to my sister-in-law. She has a seven years old boy who loves to build things and play lego. He will love to build this small greenhouse and enjoy learning about the concept of home gardening. Although he is only 7 years old, I guess he should be supervised by his mother as there are a lot of small parts in the model aren’t there?

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    • 12/11/2020 at 6:44 pm
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      Hi Olivier !

      Indeed it is very good quality, the kits from Robotime, aka Rolife! It would be a good choice for your sister-in-law and her boy. Although 7 years is maybe a bit too young for these, and I think your sister-in-law will get addicted herself haha!

      About your question: yes there are very small parts in this kit, so be careful!

      happy crafting

      Lizzy

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  • 19/11/2020 at 8:01 pm
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    Hi there! Thank you very much for sharing this wonderful piece of information with us here. I find it very interesting and helpful because it contains valuable information. This looks like a lot of fun! I would like to better my craft skills. I’m pretty sure this would help to boost anyone’s creativity, patience, and discipline.The price isn’t bad either

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    • 19/11/2020 at 8:47 pm
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      Hi Josh, thanks for your positive comment and I wish you happy crafting !

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  • 20/11/2020 at 11:54 pm
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    This would be a great project for someone like me who does so many puzzles and always looking for new excitement in puzzles. These models are very attractive and I could see myself working out on my patio until a project is done. i have no cats nor small children who might disturb them. The only misgiving i have is those mentioned such as the differences in the shade when putting together and the sizing. I love the beautiful colours of the finished products and would love to try one. Thanks for the introduction.

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