12 Aug. 1982|
Doll bunk bed plans for 18 inch dolls,wood toy box promotional code,table leg plans wood - How to DIY
And I won't put the photos up (my apologies to the sweet Birthday Girl), but I actually caught THREE of them standing on the top bunk. I don't even have a saw, but I know my local hardware store will cut the wood for me (for a price, but still it's totally worth it). With Christmas so close, there's a few more toy plans I'd like to get posted in time for your Christmas mornings. My friend Jaime from That's My Letter requested a Doll Bunk Bed styled like a camp bunk bed, so we got to work on a plan to fit her design needs.
This one is a little more challenging because to get this look, you'll need to work with 1x1 material (look for it in the dowel section, as moulding, or try the wood craft aisle of stores like Joanns, Hobby Lobby or Micheal's or rip 1x2s in half to make 2 1x1s) which doesn't give you a whole lot to attach too. The Birthday Girl has been talking quite a bit about getting her first American Girl doll, so Grace and I thought we'd make her a bunk bed. I already made the farmhouse doll bed for my daughter, but she's managed to pile more than 3 dolls on it at a time. I've banned the news in our home, fearful our little one will become fearful of a place she loves and trusts - her school, and fearful that I will break down in front of her and not have the words to explain why.
But in our case, we wanted to gift the doll bed unfinished so the birthday girl could do the painting.