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Wow! That's adorable. When I was little, my Nana made me a Barbie mansion, complete with carpet, mirrors, handmade furniture, handpainted art on the walls, curtains, etc. It was the coolest thing ever, and I still think about it to this day. I bet Thea will be doing the same about her kitchen, and all of the other things you'll make her throughout the years! :)

Jennifer C.

Your grandchildren will play with it someday...my dad made these about forty years ago.

suzanne l vinson

How beautiful. The work of your hands!


seeing this makes me think of the indigo girls song, "hammer and a nail." you have definitely learned how to use those hands. beautiful work!


I am so impressed by how amazing your kitchen it. I just love it and I still can't believe you did it all yourself. You are such a power crafter!!!


you rock! i love love love this kitchen so much. you did an amazing job!!


Holy cow!!! It's gorgeous!!! I'm so impressed, I don't even know what to say!


this is so, so awesome...oh my!


jack said

i want to play with that

all i can say is wow


Excellent work- what a piece of art! Thea is one lucky girl :)


Fantastic job, mama! How wonderful that Thea will always think of that kitchen and know that you spent your time making sure it was perfect for her. A *true* gift. xoxox


WOW! what a masterpiece, I love it! I don't think I have ever seen such a beautiful play kitchen - you did an amazing job, kudos to you, it must be a great feeling to give your Thea something so special, that you made yourself :-)


Wow - thanks so much! I really had such fun making it. There were definitely some curse words and some tears, but it's finished - and she loves it. She pretty much hasn't stopped playing with it since I brought it home. Now I'm trying to figure out what is next! :-)

Nikole Sarvay

Jennifer -

Those are so wonderful! How fantastic to have something passed from generation to generation.

Thanks so much for sharing!


Nikole Sarvay

Oh, Karin, I love this. Thank you, thank you. xoxo

Nikole Sarvay

Catherine -

Jack can come play anytime!


amazing work, nikole! i love it!


It's amazing! I LOVE LOVE LOVE it! You are gifted! Love the new site.


I love your new online home! I have enjoyed following your journey thus far and will continue to enjoy sharing in your life. Beautiful creative projects that you have posted! You are inspiring me! Blessings to you!


Hi Nikole!

Of course I'll be happy and honoured to be able to follow you in this new blog/new phase of your life. And, of course, I am totally amazed with the kitchen... Wow!!! You are a great mum!!! Congrats!


Nikole, I've been hearing lots about this project from John and I'm so glad to see the finished piece. This is amazing! What a lucky, lucky girl Thea is. The cookies and pasta you made for her to play with are simply the best. You are so talented. I hope we have the chance to meet in person at some point!

I'm thoroughly enjoying my work with John, but I so envy you your job...


The kitchen looks great! Well done! Thanks for linking to my photos - Stella loves her play kitchen too!


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hello friends, to be honest I really like the kitchen is one of my favorite subjects when I was in college made several university studies on culinary arts.

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Thank you Thank you!! Those are so cute and look a lot easier to make then the fabric ones I have made in the past. Can't wait to try it out!!!

Amy Christie

after coming across your blog and your play kitchen, i was inspired to make one for my toddler. it was a lot of work but i'm glad i did it. i posted pictures of it on my blog. http://thisheartofmine-ac.blogspot.com/2010/06/birthday-project-part-iv-end.html
thanks for the inspiration. and i do enjoy reading your blog.

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