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Super Hero Command Center

  • December 28, 2014


My 4 year old Super Hero Son needed a place to store all of his costumes and super hero accessories. I found a plan online for a girls dress up cart and decided to modify it to fit my needs. I spent about $50 in materials but did use some remaining 1x2x6's I had in my shop. I am a beginner and continue to learn a lot with each project. He absolutely LOVED waking up to this Christmas morning and it makes my heart smile when he tells his friends "My Mommy made that for me."

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Super Hero Command Center

by brandihessenius
Dec 28, 2014

My 4 year old Super Hero Son needed a place to store all of his costumes and super hero accessories. I found a plan online for a girls dress up cart and decided to modify it to fit my needs. I spent about $50 in materials but did use some remaining 1x2x6's I had in my shop. I am a beginner and continue to learn a lot with each project. He absolutely LOVED waking up to this Christmas morning and it makes my heart smile when he tells his friends "My Mommy made that for me."