Monday, August 27, 2012

Play Kitchen Remodel

When my oldest daughter was two she received a wooden play kitchen for Christmas from her grandparents. She was so little she could barely see over the top of the kitchen. Eight years and four more kids later this wooden play kitchen is sill played with and well loved. So well loved that the paint on the burners was chipped and needed refreshing. Why stop there I thought? Why not do a kitchen remodel? That is exactly what I did and boy am I glad I took the time. The adorable factor was kicked way up! It is amazing what a little paint and fabric can do. Now many more fantastic "meals" can be created by my five darling little chefs!

For the knobs I added scrapbook stickers and then sprayed them with Mod Podge sealer.

 I simply hot glued the ruffle onto the kitchen door. I also used my nifty hot glue gun to add the embellishments.  I just love an upgraded kitchen don't you? Simply adorable and perfectly simple to do.

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  1. That is too cute. And it is a little more feminine now. If you daughter is like mine, a small change to a toy is the same thing as getting a whole new one! I bet she loves it.

  2. Oh these colors are perfect!! Can I come play?? Ok, can Emma?? I love this and especially love the detail of the H & C stickers. You are always so clever!!! Huge hugs!! xxx

  3. Hi! We have the same kitchen and I'd like to paint it as well. Did you have to sand and prime it? Did you remove the doors? Thanks for your help!:)