Childrens Stove-N-Store

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Introduction: Childrens Stove-N-Store

About: Recently I read that there are over 60 million American households that participate in some form of crafting in a given year. Well, I am one of them . . . . . I love crafting !!! So please enjoy some of my c…

Introduce your children to the wonderful world of pretend with this easy-to-make Stove-N-Storage.

Place burner decals on the lid of a small plastic bin and fill it with shiny stainless steel cookware and tasty plastic treats. When the kids are finished playing, store it away under a bed or a closet.

Step 1: Things You'll Need

1) Plastic storage tote

2) Stove burner decals

3) Toy cookware and plastic food

Step 2: Cutting Burner Decals

Click on image above and hit 'print scrn' on your keyboard then copy and paste it into Photoshop (or other photo editors). Resize the image to the size burners you want. I used 6X6 inches for my burners

Cutting burner decals:

1) Die cutter (preferred method)

I used my Black Cat Die Cutter but you can use any die cutter, i.e. Cricut Cutter

OR

You can take the image file to your local Decals, Sticker, Labels company and have them make the vinyl decals for you (we have several near our home)

2)Print image it on sticker paper and cut out (time consuming and not very durable)

Step 3: Place Burners on Tote Lid

Step 4: Then Let You Children's Imagination Run Wild . . . . .

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    4 Discussions

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    parisusa
    parisusa

    4 years ago

    So sweet! My kids loved playing kitchen! A portable option is fantastic!

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    KarenK116
    KarenK116

    Reply 4 years ago

    I love that too.

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    4 years ago

    This is such a cute idea! I love toys that double as storage. :)

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    KarenK116
    KarenK116

    Reply 4 years ago

    I think I play with it more then the kids . . . . hahahaha