found at: http://www.hometalk.com/637444/sweet-pea-garden-bed
Visit www.hometalk.com for FREE PLANS! This is simply adorable...
This is a one of a kind Barbie Chuck E Cheese playset that I put together for my granddaughter with pieces from different Barbie and Bratz playsets, along with a few unknown brand pieces- since there has been no Barbie Chuck E. Cheese Playset made by Mattel or any other toy company, I took it upon myself to make her one. The color-block background is made of construction paper and posterboard. She absolutely loved it!
This Adirondack chair for kids can be made using old pallets. All other materials can come from salvaged materials from previous projects you have stored in your garage. It’s a project anybody could easily build since it is furniture for the little ones! But don’t forget to make it a little bigger so that they can use it for years to come. http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/easy-diy-projects/diy-pallet-tow-chair/
Make a DIY cardboard bulldozer for the kids. For more photos and instructions, visit : http://greyhouseharbor.com/diy-cardboard-box-bulldozer/
Cat Skid Steer Twin bed. Decal sets are available on line. http://www.stanleyswoodworks.net/11322.html
John Deere Tractor bunk bed, complete with cab, wheels and bucket with arms. Decal sets are available online. http://www.stanleyswoodworks.net/11322.html
Sweet dreams in a John Deere bed http://www.fwi.co.uk/blogs/rural-life/2012/10/sweet-dreams-in-a-john-deere-b/
Changeable Play Stand (Lemonade, Market, Post Office, Theater, Bakery and More!)
Ana White posted free plans to build a play stand inspired by Land of Nod, that transforms into a Lemonade Stand, Market, Puppet Theater and Post Office and more. This is such a brilliant idea. Thanks Ana! http://ana-white.com/2013/11/plans/changeable-play-stand-lemonade-market-post-office-theater-bakery-and-more
With some work, and minimal cost, your little princess could own a dress up cabinet like this! For instructions go to: http://lizziscreations.blogspot.com/2012/08/furniture-fit-forprincessupcycled.html?showComment=1347076172798 Thank you, Lizzi for posting this on your site.
Here’s the breakdown of what it cost to make: Dresser: $10
Rod: $1.49, Michaels
Mirror: $6.00 (with 40% off coupon), Hobby Lobby
Crown Screw Covers: $3.58 (with 2 40% off coupons) Hobby Lobby
Behr Paint Sample in Pink: $2.94, Home Depot
Hook: $3.50 (50% off sale), Hobby Lobby
Primer: 3.98, Home Depot
Spray Paint: $3.87, Home Depot (used nearly 2 cans, but already had one on hand)
Grand Total: $35.38
A VERY lucky little boy could be the proud owner of his very own hardware store and garage. This is simply amazing! Thank you so much, KatesCreativeSpace for posting this on your site. I'm envious of your talent.
Every little boy would love to be grilling with Dad.
What child wouldn't love to have this!?! It's made from an old dresser hutch ...too cute for words!
Check out the chandelier in this amazing play kitchen! I love this. Here's the link to it: http://www.lushome.com/20-kids-room-decorating-ideas-kids-furniture-revamp/72545
I know of a little boy who would love this! Get instructions by visiting the link below. Thanks for sharing your great idea, The Frugal Granny!
I found this adorable DIY puppet theater at http://craftshackoc.com/470/ What little girl wouldn't love this!?! It costs less than $10.00 to make. Visit CraftShack.com to get the instructions. Thanks, Charlene, for sharing your adorable puppet theater idea!
I just spray painted baby food jars and their lids with Sunshine Yellow. Then I used a Sharpie and drew on the Lego men faces. I filled them with Lego candy found in the bulk section of my grocery store, Save On.
Great idea, Johanna!
Click the link above for detailed instructions. Thank you,Erin's DIY on the Cheap! This is adorable!
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