Expecting the arrival of a baby can involve a flurry of activities. Among which is deciding if you are better off in buying a ready made commercial baby crib or learn how to build a baby crib for your own bundle of joy.
In my case, having completed some woodworking pieces and furnitures in the house, I’ve always known there’s nothing more special than something you’ve built with your own hands.
As it was, I was determined to put in the time and effort to build a baby crib. After all, it is something that my young tot is going to use for the most part of his infant years. Might as well build something special.
While I was learning how to build a baby crib, I’ve always known that safety for my baby is going to be topmost priorities.
Here’s some of the safety measure I’ve put in place in building a baby crib.
Jeremy Summer –
About the Author:
I’ve always been an avid fan of crafts. Having finished my first woodworking piece has got me hooked on building my next one and my next one until it just sort of dawned on me that a lot of furniture in the house is MY handiwork.Such a rewarding thing that is. To be able to see and use something you’ve made with your own hands.Lest you think I’m just good with the craft, I’ll be the first to tell you, I’m not. I just have some help with a very good woodworking plan resource which I’m using up until now. See if it will bring you the same benefits too.