What brands of paint are lead free and can be used to safely paint a doll cradle?
Lead based paint was outlawed in the US somewhere around 1978. Any paint sold in your local home improvement store will be lead free.
*Lead-free is a relative term. Law allows some lead, but it must be less than 600 parts per million (ppm) on paint manufactured before 2008. After 2009, the allowable lead content was reduced to 300 ppm. If you are concerned about a specific brand of paint, copy down the complete bar code number (including lead and trail digits) and the "batch" number on the bottom or side of the can. Input that info at www.paintcompliance,com for lead information.
I'm not sure what 'doll palace' is, but to take an image from something an edit it in paint, you simply right click on the image, then click on the button that appears that says, "save image" then save it to the file you want to save it to. then, go into paint, click file, click open, then open the picture you saved! have fun!
It all depends what the doll is made out of. If it's a type of rubber or some plastics, it WILL ruin or even melt the doll. I'm not sure what you could use, but be very careful on your advices. Call a doll club or collector. Nail polish remover will take off even permanent marker, because it has acetone in it, which is a paint remover!
Well you can make it out of wood! You can also get some cardboard boxes and paint them white. Get another box to cut out walls for the dollhouse. Then paint the walls white. Next paint the walls the colour you want them. Then stick them in. When the paint is dry you can paint the floor and the walls which are the inside of the box. Then you can get some black paint and…