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    I just finished my new grand daughters 3 in 1 crib. It is made out of Hard Rock Maple and against my wishes painted white. This was a purchased plans and not real easy to follow. Put about 400 hours and over $1000 into it including shipping. Very rewarding project. When I go and visit I will take some pictures of it assembled.
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    Charles

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    Charles, once again gorgeous. I agree, natural finish to show off your work and the maple wood.

    Is it possible for you to post your photos like i do without having to open the attachment? much easier for all to enjoy.

    Rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #3
      Again very nice work, I do like the natural wood, but you do what one needs to,
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      • #4
        Beautiful



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        • Big Jim
          Big Jim commented
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          Thanks, Snuffy

        • PLUMBER RICK
          PLUMBER RICK commented
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          That's what I'm talking about.

          Rick.

      • #5
        A fine heirloom quality piece. Something that will be used by future generations.
        Glad we got to see it prior to painting.

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        • #6
          Any time Boot!

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          • #7
            I finally got finished downloading my pictures from visiting my new Granddaughter. Here is some pictures of the crib assembled. The last picture shows the hand made quilt my wife made for it. Thanks for the comments everyone.

            PS: Can anyone tell me how to attach the pictures directly to the body of the message?
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            Last edited by NW Diver; 09-24-2014, 04:21 PM.
            Charles

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            • ArizonaPlumber
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              No, no I can't. It magic and I'm sworn to secrecy.

              Nice job.

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            • #9
              Congrats on your new Grand daughter. Very impressive craftsmanship.

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              • #10
                Thanks Plumber. Hey I will even learn the secret hand shake to figure it out.
                Charles

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                • #11
                  IIRC I just attach each picture using the Upload Attachment Button. Pick the size you want and presto, it's there.

                  Now take your right hand and place it under your chin. Then wiggle your fingers. We don't use a hand shake. We go old school and use the "High Sign".

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                  • #12
                    Originally posted by NW Diver View Post
                    I finally got finished downloading my pictures from visiting my new Granddaughter. Here is some pictures of the crib assembled. The last picture shows the hand made quilt my wife made for it. Thanks for the comments everyone.

                    PS: Can anyone tell me how to attach the pictures directly to the body of the message?
                    Here is a tutorial for posting images:
                    https://www.ridgidforum.com/forum/ge...m-the-easy-way
                    Dan

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