Pink and Gray Baby Bedding Ideas

Mar 19th

A handmade pink and gray baby bedding is one of the most intimate furniture construction projects that can be taken. Typically constructed by parents-to-be, a handmade crib is often inherited from parents of children sleeping in them. While some handmade cribs have intricately designed with exotic woods, most are simple and basic pine designs. Getting the mattress base elevated and off the floor, and deep, protective sidewalks are the areas of primary design predominantly.

Woodland Pink Crib Bedding Set
Woodland Pink Crib Bedding Set

Instructions

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Use a measuring tape and angle hook to measure and mark cut lines on 2-by-2-inch pine wood for four, 18 inches in length. Pink baby bedding with Measure and mark cut lines with 3/4-inch plywood for three, two of them at 34-by-30 inches and one at 58-by-34 inches. Use a circular saw to cut the 2-by-2s and 3/4-inch plywood pieces. Use two L-brackets on each of the 2-by-2-inch pieces to attach them vertically to the inside of the four corners of the 58-by-34-inch piece of plywood.

Sit the base unit in the crib upright, with the plywood mattress base under the four gray babies bedding. Use a tape measure, angle hook and ruler to draw a vertical line on the top surface of the 58-by-34-inch plywood base, along the long axis and 3/4 inch from the edge. Repeat this procedure, drawing an identical line on the other side. Measure and mark an identical set of 18 boreholes on each of these rows, 3 inches apart starting at a point 3 inches from the end. Use a drilling machine to drill 3/4-inch holes half-inch deep in all 36 drill holes. Measure and use a jigsaw to cut 36 3/4-inch pine doweling 31 inches in length.