Tiny Miniature Dollhouse Dolls With A Little Bit Of Character!

When it comes to miniaturized collectibles, especially miniature dollhouse dolls, the term ‘tiny’ can take on new meaning. These aren’t just small figures; these dolls can be scaled down to such a small scale, that they can fit the tiniest houses.

The most common scale for dollhouses and their components is 1:12, meaning one inch in the doll world is equivalent to one foot in ours. However, for those who adore the exceptionally small, scales can go down to 1:24 or 1:48 or even smaller. These dolls are often less than an inch tall but are just as detailed as their larger counterparts.

By the way, looking for an easy scale convertor tool? It is right there on my site, developed for easy use by me!

As for shopping, one of the best places to find such minuscule characters is on platforms like Etsy, where independent creators showcase their craftsmanship.

Here, you can find dolls that are not just small, but also unique and filled with character, which I’ll talk more about in the next section.

Discovering Unique Characters Among Tiny Dolls

Let’s go ahead and look for some tiny dollhouse dolls with a bit of character! Why? Because there is more out there than just pink Barbie, right?

1. CosyDolls by Agne Mikalauskiene

The artist’s love for dolls began when she received her first one at the age of four, and her collection has been growing ever since!

After graduating from the Art Academy in Kaunas in 2007, she became a dedicated dollmaker.

Always curious, the artist loves experimenting with various materials like textiles, polymer clay, ceramics, resin, and porcelain.

She has spent countless hours perfecting the anatomy of her dolls, and her skills have improved rapidly.

Drawing inspiration from fashion, history, people, books, and stories, the artist never stops learning and evolving.

I’ve seen her creative and peculiar work a lot on social media (her Instagram), and she keeps amazing me with each new creation. With every doll she makes, she shares a piece of character indeed!

These dolls are on a scale of 1:12.

Check out the prices and more details here.

2. JQCrochetCo by Sarah Nguyen

Sarah Nguyen creates very small miniature dolls and a few other miniatures, but the special thing about these is that they are all crocheted!

From top to bottom, clothes and shoes and faces included, all are created with crochet, so the entire doll.

Lots of them also have some cute accessories, like wings πŸ™‚

The sizes are a bit variable but about 3.3 cm (1.3 in) high, it can be a bit more or less. Talk about tiny dolls!

Check out the prices and more details here.

3. Toutebagaiminiatures by Patricia Robertson and her vintage-style dolls

We can’t skip our classical dolls in Victorian style and other vintage pieces, now can we?

Unfortunately, I don’t see her presence on social media, so I don’t know the story, but most of the dolls have a vintage style (Victorian), are handmade, and have quite some character in them!

Oh, and they are on a scale of 1:12!

Check out the prices and more details here.

4. Tiny and Peculiar Dolls by Sally Freeman

The last miniature dolls, but not the least, are by Sally Freeman from the UK.

These dolls are hand-crafted with exquisite detail. One little girl doll stood out, measuring just over 2 inches (5.25 cm) tall and fully poseable. She’s made from polymer clay, wire, fabric, paint, padding, and wool.

Her padded wire frame allows her to sit, stand, bend at the elbows, shoulders, knees, and hips, and move her head and waist.

    Her face and hands are painted with top-quality pigments, and her inset eyes are glazed for a realistic touch. The shoes, sculpted from polymer clay, are non-removable.

    Each doll is a one-of-a-kind (OOAK) masterpiece, and the artist takes custom orders to meet your needs.

    Check out the prices and more details here.

    My Final Conclusion

    One of these days (maybe weeks or months lol), I am going to ‘hack’ another dollhouse kit (I have done so before with Simons’ Coffee by Robotime) , and I am thinking about transforming one into a “Dirty and old bar”.

    I am sure that adding a 1:24 scale doll or 2 can really enhance the diorama πŸ™‚

    Let me know what you think in the comment section below and if you have any more questions, feel free to ask them as well!

    I wish you happy collecting and crafting!

    Kind regards,


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