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DIY play kitchen - another nightstand makeover. Where do they find all these free nightstands?!? I want them too LOL

Outside kitchen - good for water, mud or sand. "I want to give my kids more reasons to be outside than inside (when it's practical). I want them to learn through play and spend time in their imaginations. This is just one of the ways I can fulfill my need to create while encouraging theirs. "

Heart braids. make a pony tail & tie w/ band, put hair back up through middle of pony tail, split hair into two sections, twist each section away from middle, bring together and tie with band - and it sits as a heart ♥ (was easy to do one...took a little work to get the three connected, but it was cute when i finished.)

Mud Pie Kitchen at Natural Learning Community Children's School

Easy instructions on building a Mud Kitchen out of old pallets...for free! Country Kids is doing this!

Making this for Ella ;; mud kitchen - simple, perfect= hours of play! I had one growing up!

Happy Whimsical Hearts: Star garland for the birds (use sunflower butter instead of peanut butter)

I had a mud kitchen cabinet when I was little. My grandma stocked it with cookie cutters and bowls and all the things you see here. It sat near the spigot of an artesian well that produced the coldest, clearest water needed for the best mud cuisine.

A cake stand to keep soap and lotion from making rings on the sink