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In the non-bloggy world, I'm a Middle School French teacher, as well as a wife and mamma to growing boy-girl twins...currently in the terrible two toddler stage! They're known here as Double Trouble and today I'm sharing some projects I sewed for them for Christmas. Thank goodness Santa has a sewing elf in his workshop so he can bring presents to encourage pretend play and their burgeoning foodie-ness.
As much as I love a play kitchen, I didn't want a hunk of plastic taking up residence in my living room. After saving a pile of versions of slipcover kitchens on Pinterest, I winged it with my own dining room! chair. The "oven" door even opens!
The back of the slipcover stove has pockets for storing kitchen gadgetry... or produce. I'm pretty sure there's a Melissa & Doug wooden lemon stuffed in there somewhere!
DT have played with it each and every day since Christmas! And when we need another dining room chair, the kitchen just slides off and folds up. GT loves frying up hotdogs or eggs for her guests!
Just when you thought BT couldn't get any cuter, he's sporting a sushi print apron and oven mitt. I used Peekaboo Pages' Toddler Apron and Toy Oven Mitt tutorial. Now I'm thinking they might need chef's hats!
Now it's your turn! Link up your finish from this week and click your way over to some of the other linked blogs. I can't wait to see your finishes!
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Oh that's adorable, what a fab idea and your little ones are darling. What a treat to see them :DReplyDelete
Everything is super cute - including DT. Well done!ReplyDelete
What a brilliant solution and idea, and clearly it is a hit if it gets played with every day!ReplyDelete
That is such a fun idea! And your little people are adorable! :-)ReplyDelete
Oh my pants are your kids cute! And I've never ever seen a slip cover play kitchen before which is so clever. I found a pattern for a cardboard version but it was still large. Yours wins!ReplyDelete
Adorable and very creative!ReplyDelete
Oh clever, I really like that idea. They look like they are having a great time.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of a slip cover kitchen before, but that is the coolest thing ever! DT is so cute in their little kitchen aprons and mits <3ReplyDelete
I have never seen anything like this before! How genius is that! A great solution for small spaces and the fact that it isn't plastic...ReplyDelete
Chef hats are a must! I love the fact that they play with it all the time...that oven door opening! There was never anything like this when my kids were little!
You are a GENIUS! I would not be at all surprised if Pottery Barn Kids or some other corporate giant saw your fabric kitchen idea and started mass-producing it for sale in their catalog!ReplyDelete
That slipcover play kitchen is genius!!!! This would have been so much better than the hunk of plastic that did sit in my living room when my teens were toddlers!ReplyDelete
What a cute idea!ReplyDelete
This is amazing. GT and BT are adorable and seem to enjoy their time in the kitchen. Such a clever project.ReplyDelete
That is ingenious!! I love it! They kids look very cute. Thank you for hosting this week.ReplyDelete
That's fantastic. What a great idea. I have never seen something like it.ReplyDelete
Adorable little faces. Looking forward to another meal of eggs cooked by DT.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic idea - at that stage I didn't want a big plastic thing in my house either and living in NZ I couldn't find a wooden one. I wish I had thought of this!! Hours of fun to be had.ReplyDelete
That is brilliant!! Love this!ReplyDelete
This is such great idea! I love how you made a full kitchen and yet it can be rolled up for storage.ReplyDelete
Amazing job at winging it!!! And being partial to sushi, LOVE the sushi apron/set!!!!ReplyDelete
What adorable projects! Thank you for hosting the linkup!ReplyDelete
That is so cool! I need to find some kids to make one for!ReplyDelete
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