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post #1 of 4 Old 01-18-2018, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Hello from New Jersey

Been trying to get in to woodworking for the past 1 and a half.. Kinda of tough with 4 kids but doing things little by little. I have a lot of projects I wanna try that are way over my head and hoping this forum can help get me through them.. Who knows maybe I can help some as well..... Who am I kidding maybe down the road.
Projects to date so far.. I made a bed for my daughter, sea saw, a couple of kitchen drawers, cross cut sled and started cabinet doors. By all means none of them were perfect and can see every imperfection as they haunt me. I have lots of questions but I will try to pace myself.. Ok I will stop ranting.. Thanks in advance
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Welcome Bryan! Nice projects!
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post #3 of 4 Old 01-19-2018, 08:08 PM
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Welcome to the forum. That bed is precious for a little lady! I have seen some really imaginative beds for kids. One that stands out is a baseball bed where the tops of the posts were wood bats. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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The beds suppose to have a roof but at the time I had to get my 2 year old out of the crib to make room for another one to go in the same crib.. Plus my wife always love the finished product but thinks it gets done while I'm sleeping.. alreadly planning on making a bunk bed for the two little ones. At that point I guess I'll put the roof and try to sell it

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