This TikToker Spent Several Years Creating a Mini Version of the “Full House” House

published Aug 12, 2022
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Few fictional houses are as iconic as the Tanner family home, lovingly portrayed on “Full House” and its recent reboot, “Fuller House.” Famously located along the Painted Ladies on San Francisco’s Postcard Row, the famed Victorian style home continues to serve as a popular tourist attraction, but for one sitcom fan, it’s also inspiration for one creative DIYer — in fact, she’s spent years lovingly crafting a mini version of the home, leaving no detail untouched.

TikTok user @ShrinkingSitcoms (aka Jennifer Ann) has been working on her mini version of the “Full House” abode for several years, getting much of the work done as the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020. Sharing every single step of the process with fans on TikTok, she has finally finished her masterpiece, setting the clip to — what else? — “Forever” by Jesse & The Rippers.

Jennifer’s attention to detail is what makes her miniature so special, amassing more than two million views and thousands of likes and comments on the video detailing her end result. She left no stone unturned, including Danny Tanner’s beloved red convertible named Bullet and Uncle Jesse’s motorcycle out front. After entering the classic red front door, the miniature includes Danny’s handheld dustbuster, DJ’s adorable pillow person, Jesse’s framed pink bunny picture, a box of Oat Boats on top of the fridge, and even Martin the Fish, who sadly didn’t survive Michelle’s well-meaning bubble bath to keep him clean.

Her creation was noticed by Jodie Sweetin (aka Stephanie Tanner herself) on social media, who left a comment on one of her videos and called the miniature “amazing.” The longtime fan also got to meet some of the stars of the show back in March, proving that dreams really do come true.

It’s unclear whether or not Jennifer has plans to recreate any other sitcom dwellings, but she has been hard at work on an eerily realistic shrinking horror house.