Toy Kitchen Supplies – from Pallet Wood!

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Since I am giving my kids the Toy Kitchen this christmas, I thought why not add something they can actually play with? So here you are, a few supplies to use in order to cook up great meals! Enjoy, and remember to be Inspired!

More Ideas

As I pondered how to go about fulfilling my girls’ wish for a toy kitchen, I came up with several other ideas to “enhance the experience”, so to speak. What I mean is additional stuff that they can use to (role)play in their kitchen, and this project here is the only one I did due to obvious time constraintswith regards to christmas.

I might tackle some of these more elaborate ideas in the future, depending on their needs at the time, I want to share some of them with you, hoping that they might inspire you.

  • Small bottles for liquid ingredients, like vinegar, oil, tabasco and the likes. Turning them seems like the best option.
  • Pots, pans and bowls. Turning them would probably be the easiest way if you have a lathe large enough, but making them as polygons from slats cut on the mitre saw would work just as well.
  • Vegetables, like carrods, tomatos, pumpkins or mushrooms. Again, this would be a simple project on the lathe.
  • Other items could be made from flat stock with just a saw, like bread, fried eggs and even juicy steaks.
  • From thinner stock, slices of bacon, sausage, cheese or salad could be made for stacking.

I do not think there isn anything revolutionary in that list, but I would consider it a good starting point if you want to make something for a kid in your life.

I hope you found this helpful, please share it if you did. Thanks for reading and watching, and remember to be Inspired!

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