Post by Mad Bess Cash on Jul 16, 2007 15:21:07 GMT -5
Flower Trundle Bed GTF $65
"Your American Girl and a friend can stretch out side by side on this wooden trundle bed with a curved headboard and footboard. It comes with two soft mattresses and two fluffy pillows. The trundle slides underneath for storage."
I think this trundle bed is made very well. It survived a week long trip through the UPS system in a box without any cushioning! I love the subtle coloring of the bed which makes it match any color of sheets/covers you make for it.
My cats have tried it out and they think it's pretty well made too.
Kaya and Josefina trying the new bed
Although it seems like Josefina is having a bit of trouble getting to sleep on her stomach.
I got this bed for FREE from my older cousin a few years ago and I love it. I also got the bedding set that matched. Its really well made and sturdy. It's really different from any of the other furniture items I have so that makes it even better. I just wish I could have gotten the matching Armoire. I give this bed an A.
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My dolls: Samantha, Molly, Emily, Josefina, Julie, Kirsten, Marisol, Chrissa, Brianna (#6), Kit, Rebecca, Lanie, Brooklyn (#29), Bitty Twins Kristy and Chris
Ahh, finally! When my stepsister gave me her three AG dolls last year, she also gave me a bed...and this is it.
I checked the bed itself this afternoon. The pieces themselves are good and sturdy. There's a few minor scratches on the headboard, but nothing too horrible.
The front and back boards wobble where they're connected to the bed, but that is probably due to long storage and hasty construction. (Dad's a great cruise ship captain, but he's not quite as good with tools.) They're not so wobbly that my girls can't sleep on it. The trundle was in mint condition, no wobbles or scratches.
The four girls do fit on the bed and the trundle, but the trundle does require a bit of squeezing. I've never seen anyone fall off, but the bed is also leaning against the wall.
At any rate, it's better than the 20-year-old wicker baby doll bassinet I was using for Samantha's bed.
Last Edit: May 23, 2010 20:30:15 GMT -5 by starwenn