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post #1 of 2 Old 10-04-2008, 10:34 AM Thread Starter
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Furniture Kits?

My wife and I are going to have our first child in April, and I would like to build my kid's crib. I just don't have all the tools I need, (Plainer, etc.) Is there any place I can buy a kit that has all the wood rough sized so I can assemble it and give it my own personal touch?
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Have you tried to Google baby crib kits? I found a few different ones on there. Stay away from veneers, look for solid wood kits. you will find out they love to bite things and you don't want them doing that to a veneer.


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