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Thread: Doll Clothes Rack

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    Doll Clothes Rack

    When I saw the cute clothes rack on the Board, I showed it to my hubby and the next day he made two in no time for our great granddaughters. He did add the caps to the legs to prevent wobbling. He has to put on the pink one yet. I hope the pic uploaded.
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    Very nice Did he spray paint the tubes?

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    Two little girls are going to be very happy this Christmas! very creative .... The bottom of the stands well designed.

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    ​Very cute!

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    Greenjellybean, your DH did a great job. Ours is assembled but I was thinking of putting duct tape on it. I like your DH's idea better. It's probably quicker. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda

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    very cute!

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    I put a wooden dowel rod in a cardboard box, and fixed the flaps to look like closet doors, with button door knobs. I made her a lot of American girl clothes and didn't want them to end up on the floor all wrinkled! I got hangers on Amazon but the shipping worked out to more than the hangers cost! Newbie on amazon!!

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    Very cool! I made a two-tiered one several years ago and covered it with fabric tubes. I also used casters so it could roll around. He did a great job!
    Sue In Bloomfield, NY

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    Yes they are spray painted, he lightly sanded to remove the shine so the paint would stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbud2 View Post
    I put a wooden dowel rod in a cardboard box, and fixed the flaps to look like closet doors, with button door knobs. I made her a lot of American girl clothes and didn't want them to end up on the floor all wrinkled! I got hangers on Amazon but the shipping worked out to more than the hangers cost! Newbie on amazon!!
    I usually save items to my 'wish list' on Amazon until I qualify for free shipping for non urgent items. I think the total for free shipping is $35. We purchase so much via Amazon that it doesn't take long to add up.

    Linda

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