Sunday, December 13, 2009

W.I.P. The Play kitchen!

I'm not finished yet. I need to take about 3mm off of the oven door in order for it to close. >___>
But everything else is pretty much done, So I felt like showing you!

I need to paint the inside of the fridge's door.
I'm kind of happy with how full the fridge is :)

Yes, this is a dog bowl. The faucet is a real one taken on ebay for realllllly cheap! All the little ustensils were bought at the dollar store.

Burners are old CD which I've drawn a swirl with sharpies on. Buttons were old washer buttons found were I found the TV cabinet (the guy gave them to me...)

I painted this backyard scene and made the (tiny) drapes

Here's the before shot:

what I still need to do/find:
A grid
something to make an oven element
long enough screws to screw the burners' buttons.
Something nice to put next to the window; art, spice rack....

She's supposed to get "stainless steal" pots and dishes for Christmas from her god-parents.

I feel like showing this to:


Also ladies, I've updated my Etsy shop with great felt food you can get for yours or some else's kids (or for yourself...They make nice pin cushions!)

If you have any ideas to improve this, feel free to tell!


  1. It looks fantastic! I totally love your hand painted touches like the pie and the window! Everything is darling! Your LO is going to have years of enjoyment!

  2. That is just ADORABLE! Great job, I'm sure she'll have LOADS of fun. Love the clever burners!

  3. That is too cute! WOW! You are a fantastic artist, I can't paint to save my life, so I will stare at your work and fantasize. Thanks so much for sharing it.

  4. Oh my, this is beautiful! Mariann will remember this gift and tell her grand-daughter about it one day. So special.

    I had a pink set way back when (I was three the Christmas I got it) and I remember the sink hooked up to a hose, so one warm days my mother would set it up outside and I would go to town washing dishes and baby dolls!

    You are very talented. I enjoy your blog.

  5. That is an adorable kitchen. You are so creative! I must keep this project in mind for when my little one is big enough for her own kitchen. Great work!!

  6. So cute!! Great job, can't wait to see it all finished : )

  7. Beautiful! I am adding this to my bookmarks for reference on this year's big gift for out our girls! The blue paint color is stunning!


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