Wardrobe for American Girl Doll

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About This Project

Particle Board for box and Pine for doors

I Loved this plan ever since the first day I saw it! I was very intimidated though by the star cut out.

I modified this plan a little, mine is about 6 inches taller than the plan, because I had to fit my daughter's Pottery Barn kids washing machine inside which I believe is bigger than the machines in the original plan. My middle shelf is only about half the width of the shelf pictured, I wanted to add extra space beneath, plus it was the cheapest piece of shelf I found.

For the star cut out, since I did not have a protractor, I cut out little templates with my miter saw at the different angles, I labeled each piece, so I could reuse them if I ever build another one. My daughter loves this wardrobe, so does my son! I am planning on making this again for my son, but making it grey and calling it a "Hockey Locker". Thanks for the plan Ana! This is my favorite plan so far!

Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Estimated Time Investment: 
Day Project (6-9 Hours)
Finish Used: 
Berry Pink Spray Paint, Spray Poly-Acrylic
Estimated Cost: 
$25

Comments

Very nice job! I love that color of pink, too. Where do you find hangers for the doll clothes? I make a lot of clothes for my granddaughters' dolls, so I guess I need to find hangers!