Baby Moon Crib


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This is how i made it... (ps you can find more instructions on the web)

Materials I have used:

1. Wood/MDF
2. Pencil
3. Wooden bar (for drawn circles)
4. Broomstick
5. Jig saw
6. Compressor with Staples gun
7. Wood glue 8. Drill and screw
9. Computer with printer

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Step 1: Mdf Circle

To start you need to know the size of the mattress (I bought one, size 80cm 40cm 10cm).

Now you know the minimum size you can start with the base plate, hereafter I have drawn and saw the moon on the MDF using circles.

1. Wood/MDF
2. Pencil
3. Wooden bar for circles
5. Jig saw
6. Compressor with Staples gun
7. Wood glue

Step 2: Paneling of the Moon

Now you can start the paneling of the moon..

1. Wood/MDF
2. Pencil
5. Jig saw
6. Compressor with Staples gun
7. Wood glue

Step 3: Finish

Foot:
I used some planks drilled a hole, one that fits the broomstick in the planks. Screwed and glued it together.

Stars:
Printed stars with a computer, drawn on the wood. Cut out with a drill and jigsaw

1. Wood/MDF
4. Broomstick
5. Jig saw
7. Wood glue
8. Drill and screw
9. Computer with printer

Step 4: Done

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    7 Discussions

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    RowanCant

    2 months ago on Step 4

    Great design and project. Worth painting the MDF if you are putting a real baby in their though.. babies suck everything and the glues in MDF aren’t very good for your health

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    AlyshaH4

    9 months ago

    Can you tell me what size mdf board you used. I bought 2’X4’. I’m trying to make a smaller one and I’m hoping I can make it work.

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    lvdst1AlyshaH4

    Reply 9 months ago

    This are the demensions of the circle

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    cann1

    Question 1 year ago on Step 4

    This is supper cute! Did you use this as your primary crib? How long were you able to use it?

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    lvdst1cann1

    Answer 1 year ago

    Made it for my sister's baby. She used this primary, I think three months?

    3 babies further .. it is clear that the time baby is dependent

    Its family proof

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    seamster

    3 years ago

    This is such a cool crib! Very unique, and appears to be very well made. Nice work :)