Doll High Chair

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About This Project

Pine 1x2's and 1x4s for the seat

I love this design, Ana has created the perfect toy, esp to give as Birthday presents! The size is perfect, very sturdy, I put mine together with Kreg Jig. I've made 7 so far, the first time I made it, I didn't have a 1x8, and ended up Jigging 2 1x4's together. Worked so well, I do it every time now. I like to make these, fully sanding the piece before I put it together, and letting my niece or whoever is recieving it, paint it themselves. It's a great way to spend an afternoon with your aunt
Blog is under construction, I will be posting additional high chairs as I make them

Required Skill Level: 
Intermediate
Estimated Time Investment: 
Afternoon Project (3-6 Hours)
Finish Used: 
Kilz primer, and semigloss paint. This is a project I let the kids paint, and I always tell them, "It always dries different." When they go down for their nap or bed, I come behind and touch it up. My nieces have used glitter pens to write their names on them, and I've spray Poly'd which holds up well
Estimated Cost: 
15 if I bought the wood, use scraps and leftover screws

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