Pink Carry Tote (aka Dress Up Rack)

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    John Moore

    Dress Up!

    For Christmas, my daughter got a big box of “dress up” clothes. She loves to dress up.

    My wife saw an idea for a dress up rack on-line (screwed together). I changed the design to a large carry tote and made this for my daughter.

    She came home from school today to this surprise. She was all smiles. Now she can see all her outfits at one time.

    It is 36 inches wide and 36 inches tall. The rack is 12 inches wide. The two side boards are 10 inches wide. All the wood is pine.

    I did buy the letters pre-made, I painted them white, and glue them on the front.

    Lakeland, Florida USA

    Greg Merritt

    That’s awesome John! Great memories created for the both of you.

    Steve Follis

    That is pretty cool!! John, I believe you should take credit for making that smile too!

    Memphis, Tennessee


    John, that’s a great modification of the tote and it looks like it’s being put to good use 🙂


    Charlie Hall

    Nicely done, John!

    David Gill

    Nice job John the smile will make the effort all worth while

    Wigan, Lancs. England :

    Eddy Flynn

    fantastic John what little girl wouldn’t love this you can’t buy those memories .

    Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK


    What a lovely idea and very well executed. Your daughters face says it all.

    Keep Calm and have a Cup of Tea

    John Moore

    Thank you everyone. My daughter has been dressing up like crazy. I posted the photo with my daughter on FaceBook. I had a friend request one to be completed by the end of February for her grand-daughter. So you might see another one soon.

    Lakeland, Florida USA


    Going to have to borrow this idea for my kids as well! Very clever!


    Great Idea for Your princess!

    Enjoy the learning path...!!

    John Moore

    Going to have to borrow this idea for my kids as well! Very clever!

    Please feel free, I simply borrow the idea from Mr. Sellers.

    Lakeland, Florida USA

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