Monday, January 11, 2010

You Can't Sew with Wood

But hammering and sawing a raw material to create something is the same idea, right? These doll beds are my husband's handiwork for Christmas - three for the nieces, and two for two of our girls. Girl #3 will get hers (not pictured) when she's old enough to use it for something other than a teething toy.

The base is removable.

Now that they're made, my husband is trying to devise a way to make them collapsible, since they're so large - about 20 x 15 inches.


  1. We are the lucky cousins that have the three! They can be stacked into a triple-decker bunk bed system! Thank you Thank you!

    P.S. Am impressed that you managed to post on GoMhd connection. I never could. With photos, I mean.

  2. Wow, they are amazing! He can start a business with those beds, I know my little one would love one!
    Too bad shipping costs a fortune! ;o)

    Warm hugs,

  3. Collapsible....hhhhmmmm. Maybe hinges to connect the headboard to the bed frame - sort of like the old folding cribs....Remember those? then the platform that hold sthe mattress would hold it square.
    MY Prince Charming is building Grandson #1 a toy chest. Then he'll make 3 more, just like it, as hope/cedar chests for me & our 2 girls. I'm excited about it. (guess you already know that.....)
    Those beds are adorable! Can't wait to see what you whip up as bedclothes.


  4. Those doll beds are simply fantastic!!


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