Hey friends!

I’m so excited to share my next ‘Ana White‘ creation!  Many of you remember the beds she designed for my girls that I shared a few months back.  I wanted something girly with a lot of charm for their nightstands, and she delivered just that!  I love them!  Want to see??

Yah… How cute is that??

The best part… I had Lowe’s rip my boards from a 3/4″ sheet of MDF and I was able to make 2 tables for under $60!  Take that Pottery Barn ;-)!

You can get the full plans for these cuties over HERE at Ana’s site, but I will share just a few tips and pics with you here!

I used my Kreg Jig™ to build these!  For those of you still on the fence about getting one, I think we have now given you about 400 reasons that you need one! I love mine!

This is what it looks like on the inside where I attached it with the Kreg Jig™

And the outside…

Love it! Makes everything to clean and pretty… And perfectly sturdy!

I used Gorilla Wood Glue to attach my boards as well.  This is another FAV of ours!  We are currently giving a WHOLE lot of Gorilla Glue away for Mother’s Day! Make sure to get entered HERE!

My favorite part about these tables is the feet! I used these finials from Lowe’s for mine!

I used my jig saw to make my decorative pieces.  I made one and then copied it for the other 3.  I am not good with a jig saw, but these were super easy!

My final step was painting it!  I just used 2 coats of an Olympic color called Pink Peony… Doesn’t that just sound cute!

And because I know that my kids will be using these I also finished it off with a coat of Rust-Oleum Ultimate Polyurethane!

I love this stuff! It dries quick and protects my hard work from my crazies kiddos! 😉

I found my knobs at Hobby Lobby!

That’s it… I took some pics for you guys and I was done!

What do you think??

My girls love them!

I would love for you to share them and Pin them below!! 🙂

Remember you can find the full set of easy plans HERE at Ana’s site!  Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a great Tuesday!


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  1. Those are SO super cute! I can’t believe you created BOTH of them for $60! I want to learn to do this kind of crafting/building so bad!!! I’m so intimidated by saws & wood, etc… This is probably the third post I’ve seen of your girls’ room & I fall harder & harder in love with their bedding each time – where did you get it/what’s it called??? LOVE your blog! Thanks as always for sharing!!!

    Christine aka The Stampin’ Ninja

  2. They look awesome! Is there a reason you chose MDF or pine? I’m knew and still trying to figure out the which kinds of wood to use!

  3. Good job! Love it! checking out her other plans for furniture I could use, I’ll have my son-in-law do the work tho, no way with RA could I manage to use saws etc. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Whitney~your creativity inspires me. For Mothers Day, I hope to get the Kregg! I have mentioned this tool to all of my kids in hope of receiving the perfect gift!