Hey guys!  I wanted to share my new favorite toy with you 🙂

Oh… The kids love it too!

Remember the play kitchen I was inspired to build??  Well… Here is how she turned out!

What do you think???  The kids love playing with it almost as much as I do!!  If you have any questions about where I got some of the accessories just ask or check out my build post HERE!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  I’m off to cook 😉


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  1. I am making this for my kids. Can you tell me where you got the kitchen faucet and how much was it? Also what did you use for the sink? Thanks!

  2. Beautiful! I have been wanting a play kitchen for my sons (and soon to be here daughter) but didn’t want to shell out the $$. Love how you built this!

  3. Such an adorable kitchen!! Your blog is one of the very 1st blogs I ever came across. I have been so inspired by all of your beautiful projects over the last year. I am never disappointed!! I recently started a blog of my own & am so excited to part of the blog world.

  4. WOW I love this kitchen, I have saved the idea, because eventually my children have got to give me a grandchild, dont they?? HAHA. Also I have just spent the better part of the last hour looking at so many of your posts, you are so talented, and I cant wait to start making some of what I have seen. I am your latest follower and you are now on my blog roll!! Thanks for sharing, Sue

  5. Unbelieveable!! What a wonderful job you did! My favorite thing is the little curtain. Where did you find the bright paisley fabric? I MUST know so I can buy some for my daughter’s room:).

  6. WOW…this is absolutely ADORABLE! What an inspiration you are to all of your BLOGGERS!!! I always LOVE getting an email from the SHANTY SISTERS to see what GREAT projects you’ve been working on! SO fun!

    P.S. What color did you use to paint the kitchen? Love that light blue color! 🙂

    Autumn 🙂

  7. I love how it turned out!! I started making the play kitchen off Ana’s site several months ago… I used some salvaged plywood and the sink turned out a but crooked. It now resides in my munchkin’s closet as a shelf. After seeing your kitchen I have been inspired to try again though. Did you use a nailer? Do you think it would be too hard to make it without one?

    1. Stephanie~

      I did use a brad nailer with 1 1/2 nails. I got mine for around $60 and it was the best investment ever! You can for sure do without but I would use drywall screws and pre drill all your holes! Hope this helps!!

  8. You.Are.So.Talented. Your kids will enjoy for many years to come !! What a great mom you are.
    Enjoy this special time….they grow up way too fast !

  9. Look at you!!! Makes me want to have kids all over again just to have a play kitchen!!
    This is just adorable!!! What a nice job!

  10. OH MY GOSH!!! Adorable!!!! I love it! Now I will feel like a horrible mother for not making my kids one since you posted the directions and all! —It is gorgeous! I hope your kiddos love it!

  11. This is prettier than my real kitchen (and a little cleaner too) Simply fab!!! You are so talented!

  12. THIS IS SO CUTE! I love it! I’m going to feature it next Friday on my blog. Stop by and grab a button if you’d like. Thanks for the inspiration!

  13. Whitney that is beautiful! I love the curtain… I wish my children were small enough to want something like that! I love it!

  14. I am so jealous…and my kids are all grown up. LOL I absolutely LOVE the glass knobs you used for the stove.

    Have a great 4th of July holiday.