How can I re-purposed a plastic toddler bed?

by Lalaslulu
My grand daughter has out grown her toddler bed. It's a plastic one that holds a crib matters. I would like to make it into something to be used in her "Big Girl" room. Since it's plastic I can't cut it up and make shelves. I'm at a loss! Any good Ideas out there??
  6 answers
  • Elaine Christian Elaine Christian on Jan 02, 2015
    I got one(wooden) from a friend and turned it into an outside flower bed...
  • Funnygirl Funnygirl on Jan 02, 2015
    They have on Pinterest a way to turn a crib into a desk for a child.Not sure if you cando that but it looks like a great new use for a crib that's been outgrown .Look under cribs repurposed.It that doesn't work out.What about removing the mattress,taking it outside and helping make a garden bed in your yard.That is something most kids would love to do.Great way to teach them how to grow a garden.If it really is made of plastic,they now sell spray paint for plastic items so you could also change the color if you wanted too .Make sure you take a picture when you figure out what you decide to do!
  • Lalaslulu Lalaslulu on Jan 03, 2015
    The problem is this one is plastic. All the parts that we would use to re-purpose to shelves desks and other things, are prefab plastic.
  • Lalaslulu Lalaslulu on Jan 03, 2015
    Thanks for the answers, but I'm still hoping for more ideas.
  • Lalaslulu Lalaslulu on Jan 03, 2015
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  • Debby Debby on Jan 03, 2015
    I would make it a chaise lounger with lots of pillow and paint the plastic a more "Big Girl" color or even "upholster" the head board and side panels.