Wicker headboard – The crib is a popular style of bed for babies from birth to four months of age. When choosing a bassinet made, look for one that has a seal of the Association of Juvenile Products Manufacturers (JPMA) on it; this label verifies that the bassinet has met safety standards JPMA. If you buy a crib unassembled or build your own, make sure the legs are reinforced by braces, which strengthen the structure of the bassinet and prevent wobbling.
Wicker headboard, identify the legs of the crib. Bassinet will have either four separate legs or two sets of two legs together. Place the top of the legs to the base wicker bassinet as indicated in the instruction manual. The legs are joined by a folding key or click joint.
Wicker headboard, place a prosthetic leg between each leg. Clamp screw on the legs with an electric drill or insert wooden notch is included in the packaging, depending on the style of the crib. Use a drill to drill a pilot hole at the top of each leg of the bassinet. Put a washer on each bolt of wood. Place a block of wood on top of the bassinet leg. Place the block under each corner of the wicker basket.