The one room I wish I had in my Brooklyn apartment is a playroom (I can say this because I already have a craft room). I would love to trick out a space with so much creative play, Oliver and Sommer’s brains would hurt from excess imagination.
Harry is one lucky kid with a mom that would would put this hardware store together for him for Christmas. By Kate’s Creative Space, Harry’s Hardware Gas & Auto covers all the pieces a hardware store needs. Seriously, just go to her blog to check out the details of this adorable tableau.
The potential with this DIY dollhouse from the Land of Nod blog, Honest to Nod, is huge. I love everything going on here from the colorful clouds, to the train-track walkway, to the bright wallpaper choices. Just darling.
My friend Jocelyn Worrall made this cardboard kitchen for Parents magazine a few years ago, and it’s still one of my faves. The oven dials are made from Play-doh lids. Enough said.
These are genius, free printables from Kitschy Digitals that would go perfectly in the cardboard kitchen.
See what I mean? Now I’m really ready for my…I mean their…playroom.
January 18, 2013|
Decor, Early Elementary, Everyday Crafts, Food, Preschool, Toddler, Toys, Upcycled