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My Daughter-in-law found a project on Ana White's site and asked me to build it for my granddaughter. It is a small cart on which she can hang her princess dresses. It is a very simple project. Perfect for a novice like me. My wife did the lettering and picked out knobs (to hang necklaces and other jewelry on).
 

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Cool project. I'm certain the little lady will love it.
 

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That's what wood workings for:thumbsup:.
 
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Nicely Done :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
 
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The picture with it filled, and the little lady is so neat.

Wonderful, she will remember it forever.

Nothing like dreaming, at 76 I still do, will until I die.

Nice,

Dale in Indy
 

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I sent this picture to family female friends, one has sent me back a message, ASHLIE WANTS ONE OF THESE.

What are rough measurements, if I may ask?

I would make, send to Dallas, and they can paint. Not easy to ship painted stuff, scratch to easy in shipment.

Dale in Indy
 

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Smith Brother said:
I sent this picture to family female friends, one has sent me back a message, ASHLIE WANTS ONE OF THESE.

What are rough measurements, if I may ask?

I would make, send to Dallas, and they can paint. Not easy to ship painted stuff, scratch to easy in shipment.

Dale in Indy
Hi Dale,

The complete dimensions can be found at:

http://ana-white.com/2010/11/craftiness-not-optional’s-dress-storage

Hope your friends enjoy it!

Steve in Austin.
 

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Very pretty and sweet, like the colors and the paint job. I'm sure the little princess is proud of it. She'll make great memories playing dress up with it. Way to go grandparents!
 
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