I have been eyeing the IKEA play kitchen for some time now.
Unfortunately it is not foldable and not storage-friendly.
It's not like I live in a mansion.
Then I saw this cutie in the shop.
This is an impulse buy on my part since Tiger loves to pretend cook and eat.
It is very pink but it is for mei mei too ^.^
This is a picture of the original set:
|Picture from alibaba.com|
Mommy replaced the ugly blue windows with a cute cloth from Daiso.
I also left out the tacky stickers.
Then I printed out some labels for the stove, sink, oven and refrigerator
and velcro-ed them.
A laminated sign board with Tiger's Chinese name completed the setup.
He already has some felt fruits and tons of utensils.
Tiger couldn't manipulate the tight stove knobs but hey, no problem.
Since this is a Made in China product, I'll leave it on and Tiger only have to slap the stove to on & off.
Just like a super high tech touch-stove!
The middle lid of condiment container was broken.
So, I made some clip art labels and mod-podged them.
His old place mat for table setting.
No chopsticks for now.
Little J came to play twice and they didn't fight...
Well, more like Little J didn't bully Little Tiger ^.^
The cutest little chefs having a huggy huggy time after a hard day at work.
These little boys are best friends now.
They can actually share a chair!
This chair is probably the most stable and comfortable one you can get for RM 30+
The New Setup, again :)
Guess who's cooking for reunion dinner this year?
@@@ 4 days to Chinese New Year @@@