Build A Wood Doll Farmhouse Bed Tutorial. PDF version A doll bed modeled after our Farmhouse Beds, suitable for 18" dolls.
This bed is slightly wider than traditional doll beds, to look more like our Farmhouse Beds. Handmade from this plan >> Dimensions Dimensions: Dimensions are shown above. Materials and Tools Shopping List: 2×2 (3 feet total) 2 – 1x3s (10 feet total) 1 – 1×2 (8 feet total) scrap 1/4″ plywood (you could even use sturdy cardboard here) 1 1/4″ Screws 2″ Screws Wood Glue Tools: measuring tape square pencil safety glasses hearing protection drill circular saw sander countersink drill bit Cut List Cut List: 5 – 1×3 @ 6″ (Headboard Panel) 5 – 1×3 @ 3″ (Footboard Panel) 2 – 2×2 @ 4 1/4″ (Footboard Legs) 2 – 2×2 @ 11″ (Headboard Legs) 2 – 1×2 @ 12 1/2″ (Bottom of Panels) 2 – 1×2 @ 15 1/2″ (Top of Panels) 2 – 1×3 @ 16 1/2″ (Top of Headboard and Footboard) 2 – 1×3 @ 19″ (Siderails) 2 – 1×2 @ 14″ (Bed Frame) Step 1 Panel Line out your panel boards as shown above.
Step 2 That’s so you can easily line up the panel bottom board on center. Free Wood Doll Bed Plans - Jeff Greef Woodworking. Build Wood Bunk Beds For AG & 18" Doll. Today was my daughter's friend's birthday.
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. Not entirely sure why I waited until Wednesday afternoon to start cutting boards. Good thing this bed only took me an hour or so to put together. Well, I DO know why. I have a very good well thought out reason. Because if I'd built it last week, it wouldn't really be new by the time we gifted it. And can you blame them? 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. That darn orange crayon! And I know that American Girl dolls now come in different complexions and hair styles to match their owners . . . But I do not recall "Beach Hair" (we'll be sweet) as an option. There's room for two. The top bunk is just the right height for playing. It won't break the bank to build. Build A Wood Dress Up Storage Rack. PDF version Creating a dress up center for your little princess (or prince) is easy with these straight forward plans.
Features a large open base area perfect for accessories and a hanging bar for outfits. Handmade from this plan >> Dimensions Dimensions: 36" x 36" x 12" Materials and Tools Shopping List: 1 – 10 foot 1×12 board 1 – 6 foot 1×10 board 36″ long 1″ diameter dowel 2″ screws wood glue wood filler 120 grit sandpaper primer wood conditioner paint paint brush Tools: measuring tape square pencil safety glasses hearing protection drill circular saw jigsaw sander level countersink drill bit Cut List Cut List: 2 – 1×12 @ 36″ (Sides, round top corners 3″ down with a jigsaw) 1 – 1×12 @ 34 1/2″ (Bottom) 2 – 1×10 @ 34 1/2″ (Sides of Storage Box) 1 – 1″ diameter dowel @ 34 1/2″ (Closet rod) Step 1 Storage Box Predrill holes along the long edges of the bottom with a countersink bit.
Build An Olivia’s Doll Crib. PDF version A doll crib designed for 18" dolls.
Features a bottom drawer. Handmade from this plan >> Dimensions Dimensions: It’s not a little piece. Materials and Tools Shopping List: