There are many folks who have furniture pieces in need of repair-maybe they don’t know where to take that piece or think it might cost too much to be repaired. Often times people don’t want to let go of a particular piece of furniture because it holds sentimental value. To some folks the furniture in their home holds memories they aren’t willing to let go of even if that item is on it last leg. That baby crib in your attic may be falling apart but it was your last child’s crib and you don’t want to let it go. Maybe now that you’re about to be a grand parent you might want to grab the crib from the attic and place in that spare bedroom. But if that crib has taken up space in the attic for twenty years it might need a makeover. Taking the crib from the attic and observing it will let you know exactly what you need done. That memory making crib may only need some polishing up with minor repairs adds Tom McPoyle. To read more log onto Tom McPoyle’s blog-site at: http://www.woodworkchat.com/?
After you’ve repaired that old baby crib to place in the spare bedroom, you might want to make something special for the new baby. Your kids will love the idea of a handmade cradle made from the love of your own hands. Something like that can never be replaced with a store bought cradle. Something made with your own two hands will be more appreciated and can be handed down generation after generation. If you’re thinking of making a baby cradle then begin with a plan. What kind of cradle are you thinking of creating? Do you want a simple cradle or do you want something with finer details? Planning is essential for any wood working project if you want tit to be a success adds Tom McPoyle. To read more log onto: http://www.woodworkchat.com/?