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The Circle Crib

  • November 11, 2014


My Girlfriend and I were expecting a baby and wanted something a little different then your average Crib. While scrolling through Pintrest for nursery room ideas we stumbled across a picture of a amazing crib and new exactly what we wanted. I had roughly 8 months to complete this project and no idea where or how to start. It was a very slow start of building pieces and taking it apart to get it all to work. After a few months of working on it, it all started to take shape but still not a easy task, i still had to figure out which materials would work best for bending, and learning how to apply joint compound to make every seam a smooth finish. Then 8 months later i had finally finished the task. and couldn't be happier with the results, besides the few changes in design i would have made to make it easier.

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      • 2X4,1X4, PLYWOOD, MDF, HARDBOARD, JOINT COMPOUND, TEXTURED WALLPAPER, AND PAINT

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  • Hello, I love this crib and have been looking at it for a while. I have a little girl on the way and can't find the plans to build this anywhere. Could you tell me where you found them so I could buy them? Thank you!!
    By mamamonise, on August 23, 2015

  • I am in love with this! Do you happen to have any of your plans for it?
    By Bdmelton, on August 1, 2016

  • Hello, I know it’s probely Webern a while since you built this but was stillness hoping for some help. I’m cutrently trying to make It but am running into some trouble with the base. Any chance you have any pics of what it looked like under the circle board? How did you make the base exactly... or how did you put/hold it together and how were you able to insure it was a perfect circle? Just really trying to figure out the best way to make the base! Would really appreciate a reply!:) thank you!!
    By BrianaNichole17, on November 6, 2017

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The Circle Crib

by adamjamesmilner
Nov 11, 2014
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My Girlfriend and I were expecting a baby and wanted something a little different then your average Crib. While scrolling through Pintrest for nursery room ideas we stumbled across a picture of a amazing crib and new exactly what we wanted. I had roughly 8 months to complete this project and no idea where or how to start. It was a very slow start of building pieces and taking it apart to get it all to work. After a few months of working on it, it all started to take shape but still not a easy task, i still had to figure out which materials would work best for bending, and learning how to apply joint compound to make every seam a smooth finish. Then 8 months later i had finally finished the task. and couldn't be happier with the results, besides the few changes in design i would have made to make it easier.