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  • Katherine Smith

    Made a table similar to this one with a tote I had (so I have a lid when I don't want the kiddos using it). We painted it and use it indoors for our sensory table. Now that our store bought sand and water table is getting worn out from years of use, I think we will make one of these soon for outdoors, too!

  • Krista Fusco

    DIY water play tables

  • Cathy Dalrymple

    They already have a plastic water table, but I really like this, I could even make it longer, so more can play at a time!! Totally think I am going to do this! DIY Kids' Water Table by inspirationthief: Made for about $11 with scrap wood and a plastic cement mixing tub from Home Depot. Wonderful with water outdoors or sand or rice indoors! #Water_Table #Kids #DIY #inspirationthief

  • Sabrina

    DIY Kids' Water (sand table) Table by inspirationthief: Made for about $11 with scrap wood and a plastic cement mixing tub from Home Depot. Wonderful with water outdoors or sand or rice indoors! #Water_Table #Kids #DIY #inspirationthief

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