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  • December Casey

    Kids dress up station from an old entertainment center. Very clever! Use tap touch lights (no wiring!).

  • Kelly Covert

    I can picture all of my nieces having one of these for dressup

  • Linda Nguyen

    What little girl wouldn't love this. Old Entertainment Center into Dress Up Station. Complete tutorials @ Vintage Revivals

  • Kameron Burns

    Little girls dress up station!!! Perfect for re-use of an old entertainment center!

  • Erin Mello

    little kids dress up station made from old entertainment unit

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Turn an old dresser into this fabulous dress-up closet. I can't even imagine a better way to display such a fun toy room staple.

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As soon as I can get Gibby a new dresser, his old one will be converted to a dress-up closet like this. Maybe a little more co-ed than girly, so Gib's fireman coat and other boy stuff won't be forced into a girly fru fru closet!

Ikea dress up station. The guy did it for 100 dollars but idk how he spent that much. Just get a shelf and use some pvc piping as a curtain rod for the drapes. Get some cutesy fabric for the drapes and voila. Probably would cost less than $25 that way.