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    Doll Armoires done and ready for the tree

    I built two armoires, one without the dentil. Actually, one Armoire has to be boxed up as it's a birthday present for one of the grandkids in Janurary. A few pics with the doll bed.
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    Super nice Bryan. Man those dolls have better furniture than me . Looks like the armoire should have a big screen TV in it. Your granddaughters are lucky for sure and should love and treasure them

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    Very, very nice! If I had something like that when I was a little girl I might not have grown up a tom boy! Those are some very well-loved little girls!

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    Those are just too cool, Bryan. Great work.
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    great job on thoe bryon, that grandaughter is gonna be hard pressed to have anything nicer for her dolls from grandpa
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    Bryon, that is now on the list for next Christmas for my daughter or maybe her birthday in July, thank you...Very Nice, Well Done.
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    Great work Bryan. It is begging for an LCD TV.

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    Those are AWESOME 1
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    another happy grandkid!
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    Where did you find the plans for both pieces, especially the armoire?

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