Here's how we made it:
First, we started with a tri-fold board (this one is Elmer's brand). We used a few for our recent school science fair, and it's the perfect thing to reuse.
I removed the pictures, but left the other stuff on...it's just going to get covered up ;-)
Next, I got out some cute and girly wrapping paper - this is from Target Dollar Spot. It's super cute and you can't beat a dollar for a whole roll of wrapping paper!
Cut a few pieces of paper that are a little longer than your board is tall. Wrap the excess around the board and secure. I just used scotch tape, but you will probably be smarter than me and use something fancy like glue. Make sure to score your paper on the other side where the board folds. It helps to have cute helpers, too ;-)
Keep adding more paper, and try to match the pattern if you can. I used double stick tape to tack the ends down on each other on the front, but I doubt if my kids would have cared if I'd just used regular tape.
Voila! Now get your dolls in their fancy dresses and set them up at the table for a tea party!
I think this would be fun for an ice cream parlour - I've seen cute ice cream wrapping paper out there as well! Or you could do a spa-theme...whatever your girl wants! If dolls don't live in your house, you could easily do some tree paper for a train track or something with animals for a pretend vet office. The possibilities are endless!