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The headboard panel was cut 6″ x 12.5″ and the footboard was 3″ x 12.5″. I pretty much followed the plans for the rest of the build. I did add a piece of 3/8″ thick board cut 1.5″ x 6″ to make two panels in the headboard. I also added some cove molding to the inside of the headboard and footboard panels and routed the top and bottom header boards with my ogee bit.
This gave everything a more finished look. Then I puttied all my nail holes and sanded everything down.
This was how the headboard looked when it was ready for paint. I gave everything a coat of primer and two coats of spray paint. The other bed I built exactly according to Ana’s plans. We wanted a more country feel for that one.
Here you can see the difference between the two headboards. I realize the black is hard to see, but it really does look quite sophisticated in person.
I made all the bedding myself. I didn’t really use a pattern, because I was sort of winging it. I will say, though, that I found this tutorial for making a fitted doll sheet at From an Igloo, and it was immensely helpful. She even has a tutorial for making pillows and pillowcases for your doll beds. It’s awesome!
I love modifying Ana’s plans. They are just so versatile, and you can always put your own twist on your builds to make them reflect your taste. I just love the way these beds represent my nieces’ personalities–completely different, but totally cute. They are sturdy enough that they will be around a long time, too. I can’t wait to see how they like them.
Did you build any of your own Christmas gifts this year? I’d love to see them!