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This 13-year-old makes hyper-realistic, 3D-printed dollhouses that sell for $700 a piece — take a look

This 13-year-old makes hyper-realistic, 3D-printed dollhouses that sell for $700 a piece — take a look

Written by David

March 30, 2020

While many people are stuck inside self-quarantining, social distancing and finding ways to pass time, Ella Doyle, a 13-year-old from Saint Paul, Minnesota is designing and selling dream homes — dollhouses, that is.

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Doyle first started building miniatures in 2018, after falling down a rabbit hole watching tiny kitchen cooking videos . She started designing interiors for “room boxes,” which are individual miniature rooms, and eventually worked her way to building her own full dollhouses out of wood, with her grandfather’s help.

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Doyle shares her creations on her Instagram, @life.in.a.dollhouse , which has garnered more than 19,000 followers. “I just really wanted to post about it on somewhere else where everybody could see what I was doing,” she tells CNBC Make It . A year after starting her Instagram account, Doyle realized her passion could be a business. Doyle runs her own Etsy shop where she sells handmade miniature […]

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