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CHILDREN'S FURNITURE PROJECTS

CHILDREN'S FURNITURE PROJECTS
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Includes step-by-step instructions and complete plans for both contemporary and traditional projects for a childhood's worth of furniture that will be treasured and passed on to future generations.

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