DIY sand and water table made from a thrift store kitchen sink, palette wood and leftover wood from other projects. Added knobs to the side and built a bench to go with it! Super cheap and fun project!
With the summer months stretching out ahead of us you might be wondering what on earth you’re going to do to keep the kids entertained, especially if it gets too hot to be outside. If you’ve got a few cardboard boxes in the corner of the garage and a few tools check out this collection of cardboard playhouses kids will love – and be inspired to make one for your own children!
Playhouse is 8 by 9 feet. Built-in cubbies offer plenty of storage for games, toys and other play equipment. A large chalkboard provides a spot for playing school, hosting club meetings and drawing. The blue rocking chair is made of recycled milk bottles. Windows and skylights naturally light the space, but there are also crank lights and a crank radio.
I LOVE all of the amazing play spaces that I’ve seen on Pinterest. We bought our house 3 years ago and our yard is still lacking in the fun department. Sure we have a water table and a few outdoor toys, but nothing compares to some of these creative play spaces I’m sharing with you...Read More »
PVC playhouse, just add sheets! My dad made this for my one year old daughter as a Christmas present, and it has been up in our living room ever since! I purchased some pink and white sheets at Walmart and strung some Christmas lights around the top! We have our snack in there everyday, and it's home to all her favorite stuffed animals. LOVE THIS!