Dress Up Tower
Pottery Barn kids used to sell one for a couple hundred dollars, but it wasn’t pink with a flowery design on the inside :) For my daughter’s 4th birthday I made her one using Ana White’s plans. The left side has a mirror and the right side has 6 fancy clear acrylic (look like glass) knobs from Lowes. I used contact paper on the inside and was easy to work with and hasn’t peeled off at all.
The plans are listed on ana-white.com.
Aug 1, 2012 / 1 note

Dress Up Tower

Pottery Barn kids used to sell one for a couple hundred dollars, but it wasn’t pink with a flowery design on the inside :) For my daughter’s 4th birthday I made her one using Ana White’s plans. The left side has a mirror and the right side has 6 fancy clear acrylic (look like glass) knobs from Lowes. I used contact paper on the inside and was easy to work with and hasn’t peeled off at all.

The plans are listed on ana-white.com.

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