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Play Kitchen Made From An Old Entertainment Center

You may remember this play kitchen I made for my playroom.  It took me forever, but I thought with one under my belt, another would be a piece of cake.  Wrong!  There are so many little details to these kitchens!  Just gathering supplies is a project.  Well, lesson learned.  This will be my last kitchen, made for another lucky little girl to receive on Christmas morning.  Ho Ho Ho





 This is how it all started.  I have another one in my garage. Anyone that wants it can have for free!  I won't be needing it. :)  Update...the other entertainment center is gone!  Can't wait to see her new creation!
If you should decide to make such a kitchen, just know it's not cheap.  I spent a lot of time bargain shopping and still spent $157.  But, in the end you will have a high quality kitchen, custom made to your liking, and much more durable than the plastic kitchens you can buy for much cheaper. 

Here is a list of expenses:
Entertainment center:  $20
Wood for doors:  $25
Paint, primer and polycrylic:  $35
Hinges: $15
Knobs/Handles:  $10
Dog Dish: $7
Faucet:  $15
Shelf/Clock/Curtain Rod:  $7
Plexi-glass:  $5
Brackets to attach microwave:  $6
Magnetic door catches:  $7
Tape: $5

Total: $157

If anyone has any questions about making one of these babies, please email me.  I would be happy to help in any way I can.

6 comments:

  1. YEA!!!!!!!!! My little lucky girl is going to LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!!! I know I do!!!! And the vanity is perfect. You are AMAZING!!!

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  2. oh that is so cute!! the colors and design are so fun!

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  3. you are so creative!! im your newest follower, we have very similar style! check me out too: www.prettyinpaint32.blogspot.com

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  4. How did you make your burners?

    This is adorable!!!

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  5. This is Awesome!! Absolutely adorable, you did a wonderful job. How long did this take you once you had all materials for the project? I would love to know. Thank you for the response. I have got to know how you made the burners look so close to real?

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