Wooden Popsicle Set

“P” is for popsicle, and “A” is for absolutely adorable! There’s no other way to describe this wooden play popsicle set from Jamie at That’s My Letter. While the Pottery Barn Kids inspiration may cost only $24, Jamie points out that it’s on backorder and is not personalized like her tasty treats. Plus, that’s still $24 more than you’ll spend if you’ve the scrap wood and craft paint on hand to make your own. Wouldn’t this be an awesome handmade gift for a birthday or Christmas?

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Bakery Play Stand

It’s so fun to watch kids engage in imaginative play. Besides just being cute, it really reveals a lot about how they perceive the world around them. This little bakery stand by Darlette at My Strawberry Patch is just too darling and perfect for playing pretend. Darlette created her stand using PVC pipe and some […Read More]

Pink Play Kitchen Set

Brook from Being Brook had dreams of building a play kitchen for her daughter’s birthday and set out to find inspiration online. With a couple of jumping off points in hand, including plans from Ana White, Brook made a few modifications of her own and let hubs take the reins on the construction. The play […Read More]

Canvas Play Grocery Store

Jennie from Willow Bean Studio shared a great project on Someday Crafts for kids who love imaginative play – a cute canvas grocery store. Her hubs built a wood frames which Jennie covered with canvas. She then used Heat and Bond to add the colorful lettering, apple, and window sill. After cutting an opening for […Read More]

Red Retro Kids Play Kitchen

A couple of years ago Brittany from Mommy Words turned her laundry closet into a play kitchen area for her daughter. As a part of the transformation, she built a retro sink, stove, and fridge and painted them a bright red. The coolest part is that the sink actually works! I love all the authentic […Read More]