Saturday

Play Kitchen-Part 2

Ok, it's time for the reveal of the play kitchen! I am so excited about this. I hope I have a little girl one day so I can make one for her.



I found these plates and bowls at Target and the cups are from the dollar store...



the faucet is from the Restore, the "sink" is a plastic bowl from the dollar store, the burners are the lids of cookie tins (spraypainted silver)



I got the cute little spice rack on the side from Goodwill. The fabric for the skirt was on sale at Hancock Fabrics. I love how it brings the yellow and purple together.


The knobs are from Homegoods.  I never knew Homegoods even had knobs but they have some cute ones and they are $7.99/4 pack.



I took a $0.99 frame from Goodwill, spraypainted it and framed some material in it to make a dry erase board.  She can use it to write her grocery lists and such.



Shelves for extra groceries...


and of course you can't have a kitchen without food!  I was going to attempt to make some felt food but ran out of time so I bought this from Target instead.  Maybe one day I will tackle that project.


Happy Birthday Emily!!

23 comments:

Elisa @ whatthevita said...

Love this! SO cute.
What I want to know is.. where did you find that yellow fabric? LOVE. NEED.

Teri said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE it! Adorable! :)

McCarthy Designs said...

Your play kitchen is so cute! What a great Aunty! I am sure your future niece will love it. xx

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

How darling.Trish

Chic Modern Vintage said...

That is the sweetest.

Mrs. DeVore said...

Thank you! She loved it and I'm so glad! It's makes all the hard work worth it. Elisa, I got that fabric from Hancock fabrics a couple years ago. It was in the clearance section and it's actually outdoor fabric. I used it for pillows in my bedroom and had some leftover. It's Laurie Smith fabric, I'm not sure if they carry it anymore at Hancock, but you may be able to find some online? Good luck!

Mama Thompson said...

absolutely LOVE it!

Elisa @ whatthevita said...

Thank you, DeVore! I checked Ebay and etsy, no luck so far.. but now I am armed with the name, I shall go on seeking... :-)

Design Actually said...

Wow, this play kitchen is amazing! I just found your blog through Three Men & a Lady and I am so impressed. I love all of your thrifty finds and creative repurposing!

annette.jacobs said...

The girls adore their play kitchen and have been "cooking" for us. The have such great imaginations, who knew you could make watermelon pudding? Thanks Aunt Bethany!

Mrs. DeVore said...

Thank you! Annette, I'm so glad that they like it! Watermelon pudding sounds pretty good to me ;)

Infarrantly Creative said...

You've been featured on my blog. Wow girl...you got skillz!

Tami (Pixeltrash) said...

Super! Love the yellow and gray. Very sweet!

homesweetprogress said...

I LOVE this!!!! Have been planning on making my own for my daughter very soon. This is gorgeous! You could seriously sell these for quite a bit of money in my opinion.

A Mom After God's Own Heart said...

This is absolutely adorable! Love it!

Party Box Design said...

omg this is AMAZING!

Brittany said...

Love this! Thanks for sharing. I'm featuring it on my blog sometime soon. :) little-inspirations.blogspot.com

kati said...

Awesome I love this! I featured you on my feature your favorites friday. I hope you can stop by.
http://dragonflyfeathers.blogspot.com/2010/10/featuring-my-favorites-friday-no7.html

Annette said...

Let me get this straight....did you actually drill a hole into the top of the nightstand to install that sink/bowl? lol! Really? AMAZING!

Alice said...

My little boy loves his play kitchen too. His Daddy is always in the kitchen. So don't worry about the gender. xo

Bren said...

Love this! I am contemplating taking this on for my son's first birthday. I would love to be able to give him his own little kitchen that is original and homemade. You did a great job.

Mrs. DeVore said...

Please help me create something like this with my night stand. It is rectangular and has one door that opens to show a wire rack attached to the door and just plenty open space and the back is open. The top is recessed a bit with fake green leather I don't have any ideas. TYou, Ree

Mrs. DeVore said...

Can you email me a picture? I can see if I have any ideas dwellingsbydevore(at)gmail(dot)com

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