"The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul. No matter our talents, education, backgrounds, or abilities, we each have an inherent wish to create something that did not exist before." President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Bookcase Revamp......Play Kitchen PART 2 of 7

Play Kitchen Part 2:
Magnet board, Recipe Holder and Hooks

Small used Bookcase : $20
Magnet board : Old pan $0.50   Recipe Holder : $1.00 
(found at a thrift store)
 Hooks : Ikea $2.00
I made some hot pads from left over fabric from the curtain. 
I also made some fruit magnets out of scrap paper, wooden circles and diamond glaze.
The kitchen is finished!!!  My goal was to find and use as many things at the thrift store as I could.  I am soooo pleased with it.  I have broken it down into 7 parts to show you some fun and easy things you can do to make your own play kitchen.  Once you have found the piece of furniture you want to use (nightstand, bookcase, entertainment center)  it comes together pretty fast.  Just keep your eyes open for little things that will work....that was the most time consuming part :)

for parts 1-7

8 comments:

Lynette said...

Ahh! Super cute! I need to get a kid in my house so I can make this cute stuff!

Michelle said...

So cute and creative!

Jess said...

That's AWESOME!

Orange Peanut said...

Very clever! I can't wait to see the entire thing!

fawnda said...

This is so awesome! I can't wait to see the other parts!

Me said...

I gave you a blog award

Lori said...

That is so cute!

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Diane said...

That is so cute!! I love it!!! :) That is an awesome idea! :) Can't wait to see the rest of your play kitchen!

p.s. I'm doing a giveaway and sale (sale starting Monday) on my blog. Come enter if you want. ;)