A little over 2 years ago we build our daughter Madison a play sink and refrigerator. Life got busy and I never got around to releasing the plans for those nor did I build the stove like I promised. Until now. The plans for the other pieces shown will be available soon!
This post will show you how we made this kids farmhouse oven inspired by a similar version from Pottery Barn that use to sell for about $270! Luckily we didn’t have to pay anywhere near that much! We were able to build this oven for about $100.
While building the oven itself wasn’t too difficult, we wanted to jazz it up with some custom vinyl decals made with our new Cricut Maker. Whenever we’ve personalized anything in the past we’ve had to order custom vinyl decals which we were limited on what we could get, we had to wait for them to come in the mail, and it wasn’t cheap. Now we just hop in the Cricut design space, lay it out, load it up and hit cut! Why did we we wait so long to get one. And if you thought Cricut machines were just for vinyl decals and crafting, think again. The all new Maker can even cut wood veneers which opens up a whole new word of possibilities! I can’t wait to experiment! Nevertheless, lets get into the build.
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How to Build a Kids Kitchen Oven
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