Grace's French Bakery

How to Make Grace’s Bakery

First of all can I just say, WHEW!  This was a project and a half!  But, with patience and help from my awesome hubby, the Bakery replica is now complete.  This post is only to show you how to make the bakery.  And by Bakery, I mean the shell of it.  This is just the complete structure.  I have been working on this since the day I got Grace’s real French Bakery, January 1st.  I have made this design that I am sharing with you, but I have not finished the details yet.  So, I am now working on the painting and the fine tuning of the artwork on and in the bakery.  I will do a completely separate post of what comes with the Bakery on the inside, such as pastries, wall art, and furniture.  In the meantime, you can get busy making the structure too!

I am really excited about this project.  The original French Bakery from American Girl is priced at $500.  That is a lot of money!  I understand that not everyone can spend that.  But I also understand how much everyone loves this new piece of American Girl furniture regardless of the price.  My intentions with this project are to make sure that those who cannot purchase it, can at least make it for a fraction of the cost.  Please keep in mind that this is still a big project, so it’s not cheap even to make.  So far, the project has cost me  $65 for lumber, $5 for trim moulding, $72 for hinges (the best kind), $15 for plexiglass, $2 for knobs and the wood glue, nails etc. I had on hand.  That’s about $160 so far depending on what you have on hand.  I will be able to do the inside of the bakery for under $100.  That will be the total, about half the cost of the real thing!  For such a big piece, that’s amazing!

Please let me know what you think.  Leave a comment with any questions that you have.  You can also message me directly through the American Girl Ideas Facebook page.  Also, please post the pictures of your bakery on the Facebook page!  I love to see other ideas.

Links to all of Grace’s Bakery Plans

***Important***Please do not post, upload or sell these plans.  These plansare property of and are offered here for free.  If you want to share these plans with a Facebook group, website, blog, or friend, you can simply link back to this post.  Thank you.

Shopping list:

1 – 3/4’’ plywood @ 2’ x 4’
4 – 1/2’’ plywood @ 2’ x 4’
1 – 1/4’’ @ 8 1/2’’ x 3’’
Wood Glue
1 – 3/4’’ Nails for 18 Gauge Nailer
1 – 1 1/4’’ Nails for 18 Gauge Nailer
6 – Hinge Packets (2 per pack) 12 total
11’ of Molding
1 – .75 Kreg Jig Screws

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Cut List:

*Make sure you label each piece of wood as you cut with a pencil.  This will save you a headache!

1 – 3/4’’ Plywood @ 32 11/16’’ x 16 3/4’’ – Bottom
2 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 23 3/8’’ x 12 7/8’’ – Left and Right Sides
1 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 31 11/16’’ x 23 3/8’’ – Back
2 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 20’’ x 10 7/8’’ – Large Doors
2 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 20’’ x 5 3/8’’ – Small Doors
1 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 32 11/16’’ x 3 3/16’’ – Front Panel
1 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 31 11/16’’ x 1’’ – Door Stop
2 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 12 7/8’’ x 2’’ – Right and Left Skirts
1 – 1/2’’ Plywood @ 32 11/16’’ x 4 1/2’’ – Main Skirt
1 – 1/2’’ x 1/2’’ @ 6 1/8’’ – Shelf Support
1 – 1/4’’ Plywood @ 8 1/8’’ x 2 5/8’’ – Shelf


18 Gauge Nailer
Tape Measure
Kreg Jig
Jig Saw
Miter Saw
Table Saw
Hearing Protection
Safety Glasses
Sanding Block
Short Level

Optional – Scroll Saw

***Grace’s Bakery Instructions PDF

 Step 1:

You have already cut the bottom (floor) of the bakery.  It should look like a rectangle.  The first step is to create the curve.  I made mine into a point because it was easier for me and looked even.

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Step 2:

Cut the notches for the hinges out.  Take your time, this will ensure your doors open and close properly.

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Step 3:

Cut the bakery side window out.  You can leave this step out, but you will be missing an order window!

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Step 4:

Cut the notches out for the hinges shown below.

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Step 5:

Cut the square window for the bakery.  Again, you can skip this step, but your bakery will not have sunshine!

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Step 6:

Cut the notches out for the hinges on the small door.

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Step 7:

Cut the notches out for the hinges on the small right side door.

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Step 8:

Measure and draw the bay windows on your large doors.  This will help you cut a perfect window.  Follow the measurements given below.

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Step 9:

Start the construction by adding the left and right side of the bakery.  Use wood glue and nail into place.  The sides go all the way to the back of the floor.  *Normally in my projects I use the Kreg Jig and screw into place.  I did not do that for this project because I didn’t want any screws or pocket holes to show inside the bottom of the bakery. *

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Step 10:

Put glue on the sides of the back and slide into place.  You will then nail from the outside through the side walls into the back.

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Step 11:

Screw your hinges into the notches on the side walls and then attach the small doors.

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Step 12:

Screw your hinges into the notches of the small doors and then the large doors with windows.  They should now easily open and close.

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Step 13:

Attach the front panel by using wood glue and nailing into place.

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Step 14:

From the inside of the bakery, attach the door stop.  When you nail into place, be sure to use the 3/4″ or smaller nails.

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Step 15:

Take the top right skirt and drill three pocket holes. Then attach the skirt with pocket hole screws.

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Step 16:

Repeat step 15 for the left side skirt.

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Step 17:

Before attaching the front main skirt, cut your arch on top.  You can also cut a small window if you want.  The measurements for both are in the diagram below.

Then drill 4 pocket holes, on the inside, for attaching the main skirt to the front panel.  Also, nail from the front of the main skirt into each side skirt.

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Step 18:

Attach the shelf support by using wood glue and nailing into place.

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Step 19:

You should have already cut out the shelf.  At this point it is still a rectangle.  Cut it to show the curve and then glue and nail it into place through the window.

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Step 20:

Add the trim around the bakery.  Measure around your bakery and cut your trim accordingly.  No one’s trim will be exactly the same, that’s why I did not include measurements.

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Now your bakery “shell” is complete!  Be sure to spackle the nail holes, let the project dry untouched overnight, and sand down the entire piece really good.  I will be doing a Part 2 to this project.  Part 2 will cover the door knobs, plexiglass windows, bakery furniture, art and decor.  Stay tuned for that.  Until then, this should keep you busy!!

118 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

    1. Jess
      October 11, 2016 at 8:17 pm –

      Looking forward to making this but I was wondering what tool you use to cut the small indents for the hinges. Thank you so much!

    1. Maria
      September 21, 2016 at 10:03 am –

      Hi Rudy, thank you soo much for taking the time to make these plans, me and my husband are working on this every weekend you are right it is a big project but my daughter got Grace for Christmas 2015 there were no bakerys left. Actually barely anything left for that matter, anyways i have been trying to look for part 2 and cant find it to see the door knobs and other details. Was that ever posted? Thanks to your hard work my little girl will be getting bakery this xmas 2016. Thank you , Thank you, Thank you

        • Rudy
          September 24, 2016 at 6:37 am –

          Part 2 was never posted. Instead, I posted several reader completed versions to help you out. Those show what type of paint they used, handles, knobs, and several other finishes. Drawer pulls work great for a lot of doll projects we’ve done. Also, if you want smaller, Hobby Lobby has beautiful tiny handles in their unfinished wood section. We used those for the Wellie Wisher Playhouse.

    1. Rosanne
      March 29, 2016 at 12:59 pm –

      My husband and I built this for our niece, on request (and financing) of her parents, my sister and her husband. My niece had been very disappointed the “real” bakery was no longer available. Your designs were perfect and saved us so much time! We surprised her with it last weekend, and she was so thrilled… brought tears to everyone’s eyes. I will send pictures to [email protected], would love for you to post them to your site.

      Thank you so much for posting your designs. The finished product is remarkably close to the original!

    1. Ken Loveland
      February 22, 2016 at 10:48 am –

      Managed to put together the whole thing including the furniture with “scrap” wood I had left over from other projects. My Granddaughter really flipped when she saw the finished product. I made a sink as part of the stove unit by using the plastic container that small parts come in, then put a couple of coats of white enamel paint on it. Made a double oven with wire shelves – drilled holes same size as wire through both sides of oven, inserted the stainless steel wires, and covered the holes with wood filler before painting. Would send pictures if I could figur out how.

        • Rudy
          February 22, 2016 at 12:15 pm –

          That’s awesome! We would love to see pictures. Please send them to [email protected]

        • Rudy
          February 22, 2016 at 12:21 pm –

          I just saw your post in the brags section. It has been updated so you should be able to see it now.

    1. Trish
      January 3, 2016 at 1:41 pm –

      Were is part 2?Please?
      Thank you for your time and effort in this project.

    1. ava
      December 30, 2015 at 7:11 am –

      I this a project you could do with your kids??

    1. Kevin
      December 17, 2015 at 7:44 pm –

      Thank you very much for the plans! I made the bakery, island, and mini fridge for my niece for Christmas. Just finished it tonight!

        • Rudy
          December 17, 2015 at 7:45 pm –

          That’s awesome! Someone special is going to be very happy ?

    1. bo hamrick
      December 14, 2015 at 7:31 am –

      Can you let me know which hinges you bought? and from where? thanks

        • Rudy
          December 14, 2015 at 7:56 am –

          I bought them from Rockler Woodworking and Hardware.

    1. Julian
      December 11, 2015 at 10:00 pm –

      I’m curious why the skirt pieces are separate pieces? Couldn’t you just add those dimensions to the back, sides and front panel pieces?

    1. Laura
      November 26, 2015 at 8:52 am – Do you have a printable PDF of the plans? Thinking about asking FIL if he can replicate this!

        • Rudy
          November 26, 2015 at 9:44 am –

          The PDF is in the post ?

    1. Marie Kelley
      November 25, 2015 at 1:59 pm –

      Hi!! I love this!!! Would you by chance be able to post the link to part 2? I would love to see he end!!

    1. Jeannette
      November 14, 2015 at 8:50 am –

      Oooh! I’m going to try this! I can’t believe it’s sold out. I tried breaking the news to my daughter that Santa ships at all the same stores and it’s sold out but she calmly reassured me that he builds them. ??
      Thank you so much for sharing your ideas!!!! Will you be posting part II? ?

    1. W.
      November 10, 2015 at 7:34 pm –

      My daughter and I just spent the weekend at my parents making the bakery. Your plans were great. Now on to paint and furnishings. Thanks!

        • Rudy
          November 11, 2015 at 7:03 am –

          It’s so good to hear that! Share the finished product please!

    1. Jackie W
      October 24, 2015 at 5:32 pm –

      Is there a Part 2 with the door knobs, plexiglass windows and paint colors? My husband is going to create this for our daughter for Christmas. We’re so excited and your instructions are great! Thank you for sharing the plans!

        • Rudy
          October 24, 2015 at 6:52 pm –

          I never posted a part 2. The plexi glass is screwed into place form the back, the knobs are from Home Depot and attached just like regular knobs. I need to look for the paint colors. I did post the names of those somewhere. So excited for your build!

    1. Brarbar Mack
      October 22, 2015 at 4:30 pm –

      You did such a great job with this project! Would you consider making Caroline’s Parlor?

    1. ginnie
      September 30, 2015 at 12:39 pm –

      Thank you so much for this! I have been working on one for my daughter for Christmas. I did make some changes. I made the whole thing bigger for starters, but you have inspired me so much! I never used a jigsaw before reading your blog! ?

    1. Meagan
      September 5, 2015 at 1:09 pm –

      That is amazing! Oh and I had a idea. Like I was thinking and I thought that it would be cute if you made a little church building. Like with white pant on the out side. And cut pews on the in side.

    1. Lina
      August 30, 2015 at 5:01 pm –


    1. raven
      August 29, 2015 at 2:10 pm –

      can I have the safe in gare shop.

    1. Ari
      August 19, 2015 at 9:03 pm –

      Sooooo cute!

      I have Grace mini doll. I’m going to build one for her. Also, not to pressure, but when is part two coming out?

    1. Lina
      August 15, 2015 at 7:45 pm –

      I Love this!!! Im going to make it out of cardboard! Thank you for sharing…

    1. Lorena
      August 10, 2015 at 11:38 am –

      I was so in love with this set at the store, I ooowed and awwwed then my husband whispered in my ear “is this a DIY project?” yup yes sir! Well you just saved us hours of figuring the whole thing out. Thank you so much!

    1. lindsey
      July 16, 2015 at 10:19 am –


    1. Jessica
      July 6, 2015 at 4:24 am –

      Thank YOU! This was on my list to build and you just saved me so much time not having to figure out the plans. Can’t wait to get started.

    1. Laura
      July 2, 2015 at 7:54 am –

      That is so cool!!!! I am going to try and do that and beg my dad to to built it over this summer immediately!!!!!!

    1. Susan Echols
      June 29, 2015 at 11:09 am –

      Do you use a jigsaw to get the perfect arches on the windows or do you have a cnc router? My jigsaw skills leave a lot to be desired!

        • Rudy
          June 29, 2015 at 3:23 pm –

          I used a jigsaw.

    1. Nancy
      June 12, 2015 at 1:39 pm –

      Love the bakery! Is there anyway to get these instructions in a pdf format or some way to print these instructions out with the pictures of the cuts. My neighbor is going to help me with this project making the cuts for the wood and I would assemble.

        • Rudy
          June 12, 2015 at 5:52 pm –

          I can add that to the post right now.

    1. Katie
      June 2, 2015 at 4:13 am –

      That’s soooooooo amazing, Rudy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

    1. Phyl G
      May 25, 2015 at 4:50 pm –

      We finished our bakery and delvered it to our granddaughter for her 9th birthday on Sunday May 24th. Very grateful to you for the plans which you shared and also the great printables. We did have to do our own decorating and come up with our own stove/sink combo piece snce we had a deadline and could not wait for yours to be posted. I tried to post pictures to your brag area, but my attempts have all been rejected. Anyway, thanks for your help, not sure we ever would have finished otherwise. Everyone who has seen it has been blown away, especially by how much it looks like the real deal!

        • Rudy
          May 26, 2015 at 3:57 pm –

          That’s amazing! I really want to see yours! The pictures on the brag page have to be 2MB or smaller, that’s why it won’t go through ? If you have time, I’d love for you to try to submit again. The pics just need to be smaller. I’m so glad everyone loves it but especially your granddaughter!

    1. Melanie
      April 28, 2015 at 4:26 pm –

      Thanks for your wonderful work. Certainly helps those of us in Australia that love the American girl theme. As you can imagine this piece can’t be shipped, so your DIY instructions are excellent. Thank you again.
      Can you share with me the colour paint you used, inside/ outside?

        • Rudy
          April 28, 2015 at 6:08 pm –

          Yes I can! I have them saved for the final bakery post. It is almost complete.

    1. Phyl G
      April 22, 2015 at 1:49 pm –

      One idea that I had before we found your website was to go to Habitat Restore and buy a used kitchen cabinet of the approximate dimensions of the shell. Our local Habitat usually has odd cabinets really cheap (20 to 35 dollars). This would require some reworking, but could be a good cheap starting place for those whose skills and budget are limited. Lay the cabinet on its side, remove any shelf, cut some windows in the ends and cut out most of the other side (the new top.) Make new doors, or just cut the old one in half down the middle and rehinge at each side. Not a perfect copy, but with some paint and accessories could be a cheaper alternative.

        • Rudy
          April 23, 2015 at 8:05 am –

          Thank you for sharing this AWESOME idea! I hope it helps others!

    1. Gloria
      April 20, 2015 at 7:51 am –

      What an awesome replica. I am giving it a try. Did you find a red paint color yet? If so, do you mind sharing?

      Thanks so much!!!!

    1. Kelly
      April 13, 2015 at 7:41 am –

      Oh great Rudy because I haven’t got a clue of what I’m doing and if you can write up something for me I would so appreciate it. BTW I’m referring back to the apartment on top of the restaurant idea again if you don’t remember. I’ve been out of the loop for awhile. The winter up here has been brutal for viruses and the like!!
      Keep well, Kelly

        • Rudy
          April 21, 2015 at 8:32 am –

          I haven’t forgot about you!

    1. Jacqueline
      March 10, 2015 at 6:58 am –

      I want to thank you for all the help you have given through your blog on doing this.

      I made mine using your plans in foam core board and it turned out just fine. Now I have to start on the fridge and island.

        • Rudy
          March 10, 2015 at 9:05 am –

          Thank you! I am so glad you were able to make your own version by using my plans!

    1. Mary
      March 8, 2015 at 8:49 am –

      Rudy, my little cousin loves baking and really would love this set. Sadly, there is no one I know who has the woodworking skill. I understand you might be doing a giveaway but chances of winning are low. This is just a suggestion that you DO NOT have to take. I was hoping you could at least make the shell for the bakery and I could figure out the rest. Of course, I would give you the money for all of your hard work. I totally understand if you can not accept this, and hope that I don’t seem greedy. If this can not work out, I will be happy to enter the giveaway. Thank you so much for all of your kind work.

    1. Sarah
      March 6, 2015 at 10:40 am –

      Cheryl, would you post a picture of the completed bakery? Thanks.

    1. Phyl Grayson
      February 27, 2015 at 12:04 pm –

      Our granddaughter requested we build this for her birthday in May. We have the skills and tools, but I can’t tell you how grateful we are for the dimensions and cutting guides. You have save us hours of guesswork and design time.

        • Rudy
          February 28, 2015 at 7:54 am –

          What a fun present to get from grandparents! The oven/sink design is almost done and then I will work on the island. Those two things will be the last pieces to make before putting the final touches together! I can’t wait to share my final product with everyone!

    1. Sally Sand
      February 22, 2015 at 4:48 pm –

      Thank you so much for responding! I really appreciate it. It is so kind of you to share your wonderful ideas with everyone. When do you think you will complete the bakery and post a complete photo of it.( I understand it can take a long time to make)

    1. Sally Sand
      February 22, 2015 at 3:46 pm –

      Do you paint the bakery before or after you assemble it?

        • Rudy
          February 22, 2015 at 4:35 pm –

          I painted it after I assembled it.

    1. Kelly
      February 17, 2015 at 4:59 pm –

      Ok, maybe I’m just building a separate dollhouse!!! I was trying to figure out how to do the measurements adding more inches to the walls and Oof…I think I’d need an architect to figure it out!LOL!! You guys did a brilliant job on this!!!

        • Rudy
          February 17, 2015 at 6:32 pm –

          Wait! I was going to draw up a sketch for you! I was just going to add an apartment to the top. I thought it was a super cute idea!

    1. Kelly
      February 16, 2015 at 5:00 am –

      I love that you put all this detail into your instructions, but I’m wondering, I would like to turn this into a “Townhouse/Bakery” for my daughter. As if Grace opened her own Bakery in Boston. She would have her apartment on the top floor and the bakery on the bottom, so I would just double the measurements as if I were building two without separating the “Height” piece and maybe add a little more for depth, say about 6 or so inches. I know I would have to work out the the notches for the 2nd story floor shelf and I’m probably going to kick myself for trying to undergo this project. But I think it will be pretty straight forward if I just use basic doors and windows for the top floor separating them from the bottom floor and just use paint instead of wood to create a faux roof for the restaurant…Am I crazy and should scrap this Idea all together? Your thoughts for an over ambitious mom?

    1. Cheryl
      February 13, 2015 at 7:50 pm –

      Now that AG has added a $35 shipping surcharge to Grace’s bakery, this DIY project is even a better idea! Thanks again for your hard work on these plans.

    1. Cheryl
      February 4, 2015 at 7:52 pm –

      For flooring, I was thinking of using moddge podge to adhere scrapbook paper in a check or diamond pattern. Do you think this would work? Do you suggest it?

    1. Mary Stewart
      January 30, 2015 at 1:35 pm –

      I would love to win one and totally understand if that’s not possible. This is amazing! I could not spring for the AG $500 one but your version is doable! Thanks so much for sharing!

    1. Nicole
      January 30, 2015 at 7:54 am –

      double WOW. I wonder if my hubby could make this. This would be awesomeeeeeee. This is great. Thanks for sharing. You rock.

    1. Cheryl
      January 28, 2015 at 7:51 pm –

      Wow, am so excited! My husband just completed the bakery shell and it looks so great! I tried the OG red kitchen set. Inside and it looks cute too. I can’t wait for the plans to be posted for the inside of the bakery. We found Velspar paint that is a close match to the AG paint colors. Thanks so much for all your hard work. Our Dgd is going to be so thrilled!

        • Rudy
          January 28, 2015 at 8:49 pm –

          That’s awesome news! I can’t wait to see it!

    1. Laura
      January 26, 2015 at 2:59 pm –

      Love the step by step projects! Very cool!

    1. Sue D
      January 21, 2015 at 5:53 pm –

      Wow-thank you! Can’t wait for part 2.

    1. Kristin Ramirez
      January 20, 2015 at 9:40 pm –

      Another great project for my dad to do.

    1. Jacqueline
      January 19, 2015 at 7:02 am –

      Oh thank you so much for posting this! I am thinking in making it, but I would be doing it with foam core board and maybe will change it a little, so I can dismount it to put it away flat.

    1. Sunny Slone
      January 17, 2015 at 1:58 pm –

      This is incredible! That’s a huge savings, we could never afford the bakery set otherwise!

    1. Debora
      January 16, 2015 at 5:38 pm –

      You are very clever and you have done a really great job on this. Thank you for sharing your gifts with the rest of us. I love that you use good tools and do such a good job. No need of spending that much money and then doing a shoddy job! You’re the bomb!

        • Rudy
          January 17, 2015 at 8:11 am –

          Thanks! I hope this helps a lot of people get that bakery! Especially around Christmas time!

    1. Stacy
      January 15, 2015 at 2:57 pm –

      This is amazing, truly!!

    1. Amanda
      January 14, 2015 at 6:35 pm –

      Wow, it looks likes a very detailed replica! I can’t wait to see your finished project! I’m sure it will be gorgeous!

    1. Jen Martin
      January 14, 2015 at 5:55 pm –

      This is amazing. Thank you for your hardwork and inspiration.

    1. Karina B
      January 14, 2015 at 5:20 pm –

      This is amazing!! Great job!

    1. kathy drulard
      January 14, 2015 at 2:18 pm –

      Fantastic work on this project!

    1. Gretchen
      January 14, 2015 at 1:41 pm –

      This is fantastic! I can’t wait to put my hubby to work! ?

    1. Michelle Cyr
      January 14, 2015 at 11:59 am –

      This is great!

    1. Lauren
      January 14, 2015 at 6:07 am –

      can’t wait to see the finished product

    1. Crystal Brashear
      January 13, 2015 at 9:27 pm –

      Super cute! I have also seen people use the OG closest and redo them.

    1. Dinahdoll222
      January 13, 2015 at 7:53 pm –

      Thank you so much! I am so excited by this! I was just talking to my father in law the other day about doing this but you have done the all the measuring for us!!!! I just don’t think I can spend $500 on this. I’m maxing at about $300+ for an item. Can’t wait to see the other posts on this!

    1. Mackenzie
      January 13, 2015 at 5:59 pm –

      Im so glad you posted this!!!!! Ive been waiting ever since you got the bakery for yo to post thx!

    1. cara
      January 13, 2015 at 4:46 pm –

      So cool! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Janie Stratton
      January 13, 2015 at 1:02 pm –

      I think if people want to buy for a million that it was rude first of for the one lady to start with no one should it’s not worth….bhall…..I think it is really nice for you to buy and then go through all the work to figure out a pattern and then share it with everyone for nothing. I want to make one or purchase one but I’m going to give it my all to try to win too! Thanks again.

    1. Stacy
      January 13, 2015 at 12:27 pm –

      Very talented and beautiful!!! Wish I could build this!!

    1. Stephenie
      January 13, 2015 at 12:11 pm –

      Wow! you are very talented to say the least! Thank you sooo Much for all of your hard work and time! For those of us who can’t afford the original this is such a blessing to be able to have and use your plans to build a replica! I can’t say thank you enough!

    1. angelica
      January 13, 2015 at 10:47 am –

      Amazing! I want to try this.

    1. Linda Buzard-Moffitt
      January 13, 2015 at 10:21 am –

      Looks Great Thank You for the step by step and the cheaper version of it because I would never buy the real one but this is something Me and The Hubby might actually do ?

    1. caroline
      January 13, 2015 at 9:38 am –


    1. rebecca
      January 13, 2015 at 9:20 am –

      Cute! I am making mine out of the cardboard you buy at the store for school projects, i think it’s called tri-fold.

    1. Debbie
      January 13, 2015 at 7:51 am –

      Wow this is amazing! Great job! Thanks so much for sharing! Can’t wait to see the finished project.

    1. Alexys
      January 13, 2015 at 7:32 am –

      Very impressive. I wish I knew someone who could build this for me.

    1. caroline
      January 13, 2015 at 7:22 am –

      goodbye 500 dollars and hello to sucess

    1. sara
      January 13, 2015 at 5:41 am –

      Is it possible to put hinges on the back corners so that the sides of the bakery can open up as well?

    1. susy
      January 13, 2015 at 4:28 am –

      Amazing that you would take the time to do this and share it for free. Very generous and kind of you. Thank you!

    1. Lisa Rivera
      January 12, 2015 at 9:51 pm –

      Looks great! Nice job!

    1. Kahle
      January 12, 2015 at 9:03 pm –

      Oh my goodness! I bet at this point you completely understand why they charge $500! I’m impressed! Beautiful replica so far, can’t wait to see the rest!

    1. Kahle
      January 12, 2015 at 9:02 pm –

      Oh my goodness! I bet at this point you completely understand why they charge $500! I’m impressed! Beautiful replica so far, can’t wa to see the rest!

    1. Jennifer Suire
      January 12, 2015 at 8:21 pm –

      Amazing job!! Thank you so much for sharing all of your hard work!! Now for me to get my husband on board to help make it!