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This looks very pretty. But not very practical. I would modify this so that even a very young kid could clean up the stuff without adult help. I would replace the hangers with pegs and hang the clothes up that way. I would also move the baskets down lower so the kids could get into them (and hopefully put stuff away) without lifting them up.

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!

Ready to make your own? First, grab an old knit Tshirt and decide where you want the top of the waist line to hit your little girl. Place a pin there and measure down about 2 inches. Then cut the shirt off there. ***Don’t throw the rest of the shirt away….I’ll show you how to use it on a different project. Then cut two large rectangles for the skirt section of the dress. My two pieces were 33 inches wide x 25 inches long. The front of my shirt was 11 inches across, so I tripled that ...

Dress Up Center. Don't get me wrong, this is a super cute idea. But years of experience have taught me that children don't hang anything on hangers. Ever.

Dress up organization! My girl isn't so little anymore but this is cute. We had a quilt rack like that!

I have been looking for something like this....but I don't want to build it..I want to buy

Jane in Pink Adelaide Original 6mo to 6yrs by AdelaidesBoutiqueLLC, $44.00 -in love with this. Averi needs it :)

Transform an old dresser into a dress up headquarters