- mattresses: Ana White's doll mattress sewing tutorial. I stuffed ours with 2" foam cut to size. I did not tuft ours.
- bunking: this post on Ikea Hackers was the goal, and I found exactly those brackets at Home Depot. They were a giant pain to hammer in, and my pinky finger still hurts from where I missed, but they worked. If you go looking for them in Home Depot and have as limited a knowledge of hardware as I do, this is what you can look for:
- bedding: I used some of the ideas from this blog for bedding, but rectangle blankets, pillows, and pillow cases are pretty straightforward
Now, pics of ours!
I really am the world's worst spray painter. I will not be giving you close-up pictures of my paint job. From a distance, they look relatively uniform and white. Good enough.
Mattresses fit perfectly!
|blanket and pillows|
Emily sleeps up top with Gracie. Jack and Jess share the bottom bunk. They're brother and sister, so that's totally above board. ;)
and just for your entertainment, Hazel makes Penny the horse play the part of pack mule librarian. She's wearing a purse stuffed with the books that came with mini-Isabelle and mini-Marie-Grace. Poor Penny. I should make her some saddle bags. Surely that would be more comfortable!
Thanks for looking!