Posted by burntmuffin on 23rd December 2010

Dolly’s Bed

I read this post on, and thought, hmmm…. I’m going to give this a shot.

It has been many years since I’ve done wood work at school. And let me tell you, trying to saw a bit of wood by hand and have the edges nice, straight and neat is really REALLY hard. However, I wasn’t going to give up. And after a few afternoons in the garage (with Miss S who made lots of chalk pictures on the floor):

I present to you Dolly’s Bed.

Dolly's Bed

It was so much fun, I made 3 more.

3 Dolly Beds, All In A Row

We had a blast, especially Miss S who found out that the 3 other beds were for her friends for Christmas. Mr K thought it was so cool that he started making something too. Perhaps that will be in the next post.

If you’d like to make a bed, here are the plans from I’ve made some modifications to the ones I made as I didn’t get the exact wood sizes as specified – so the beds I made are single beds for 12-14 inch dolls. have posted a few tutorials on how to make theĀ Pillows & Pillowcases, Fitted Sheet & Quilt.

If you feel like giving this a try, go for it! It’s very satisfying to hammer in nails, to sand, paint, make a mess in the garage and not have to clean it up immediately. :)

    2 Responses

  1. Cara says:

    Haven’t checked out your blog for a while. Have been busy with the birth of little miss, but am looking at getting back into my crafts again. You have been busy!!!!! I don’t know where you find the time. Beds look fantastic

  2. burntmuffin says:

    Thanks, it’s much easier now that Miss S is ,3 and she loved hanging out in the garage hammering nails into bits of wood.

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