This is the play kitchen I made for my kids last Christmas. The counter is made from a piece of leftover counter we had after remodeling our kitchen, which I think is neat because it matches our kitchen, and I was able to use something that would have otherwise gone to waste.
I make most of my kids toys, and have made everything from Waldorf dolls to a wooden viking ship. I post pictures of a lot of what I make on my blog.
My blog, where I write about homeschooling, crafting, and just about everything else:
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My Etsy shop, where I sell Waldorf inspired, natural toys: www.etsy.com/shop/SteppingStoneToys
I'd love to see pics also! Thinking of trying to make a play kitchen for DS in the near future.
cancer-beating wife to DH since 7/4/09, mother to DS 5/1/11 + DD 8/21/2013
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