Tuesday, March 20, 2012

children's table and chair set for my little lady...

My sister Alana bought this children's table and chairs set for little miss at a garage sale last summer. The grand total was $2.50 (now that's what i call a deal)!

I finally got around to spray painting the set and sewing a little table cloth for it. Here's how it turned out.

The little play area finally came together this past week. We added the table and chairs to the PINK kitchen set (stove, sink, fridge) that the hubs built for Averi when she turned 2 years old. (it was of course inspired by the children's pink pottery barn set)

That husband comes in pretty handy! Little miss has loved playing with her pretty pink kitchen.

So, now that she has her table and chairs... she has opened up her little sweet shop for business. She serves the best brownies!

oh... and cupcakes as well.

So, if you're in our area Averi says you can stop by and she'll serve you some sweet treats (but she did inform me that she is closed on Wednesdays).

If you're lucky you'll get to meet this little guy as well! B-boy is Averi's FREE helper who sometimes breaks things and messes up her shop so he never gets any tips either.

We're happy to finally have the table and chairs done. It's turned out to be a great little play area and little miss is glad to have claimed the space for now. She knows her days are numbered with another brother on the way :)



Linking to:

Farmhouse Porch-Cowgirl Up: http://farmhouseporch.blogspot.com


Primp: http://micheleravendesigns.blogspot.com


The Vintage Farmhouse: http://www.thevintagefarmhouse.com


Miss Mustard Seed: http://missmustardseed.com


French Country Cottage: http://frenchcountrycottage.blogspot.com


The Shabby Nest: http://shabbynest.blogspot.com


Pink Saturday: http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com


Simple & Sweet Fridays: http://rootedinthyme.blogspot.com

22 comments:

  1. I'm loving it. I can't wait to have one of these-A granddaughter that is! Maybe I can make her a little kitchen like this. adorable.

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  2. What a lucky little girl she is to have such a beautiful (and fun) playroom! My little girl is 21 :(... maybe someday I'll have a granddaughter! :)

    Tania

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  3. So sweet! Love that cute room!
    Your newest follower!
    ~Wendy

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  4. Sweet, sweet, sweet! The room and the babies!

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  5. Mimi,
    Love the room you've made! My grandma name is Mimi. I want a room like that myself!

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  6. oh my goodness the whole room is adorable! i love the ruffled tablecloth, and love the shape of those chairs! very sweet!

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  7. Absolutely darling~Thanks so much for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

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  8. That is BEAUTIFUL! It always amazes me how much a lick of white paint can transform something nice into something extraordinary. And as for that adorable Little Miss - well having a wonderful business ethic at her age (as well as a wonderful sense of style) she's bound to go VERY far in life! Thanks for sharing. x

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  9. Soooo sweet! Sure would love a fridge in my pre-k class. I just did their stove & sink over. I will try to get a post done for my blog. :D

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  10. That is a dream kitchen playroom, any girl would love it - absolutely darling.

    I can't believe you got an entire table and two chairs for less than a greeting card costs - now that's frugal!

    VERY WELL DONE!

    And little miss is a doll and her helper is too.

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  11. how simply gorgeous! I love what you did with the tiny table and chairs, I wish I could find some at that price! Happy Pink Saturday <3

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  12. Sweet and gorgeous pink!

    My Pink, have a great weekend.

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  13. This is one precious post. I love the chef and baker even more than the adorable play kitchen.

    Oh, how I hope to have grandchildren some day. I miss the play kitchen days.

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  14. What a cute and lucky little girl. Most any little one would be pleased having a room like that. Nicely done.

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  15. Very pretty! Please come and link with me in Color Connection meme at my PINK Collection entry.

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  16. How adorable! I'm thinking I NEED a little pink kitchen at my house for when my little granddaughter comes to visit! Have a most lovely PINK SATURDAY!
    Come by to visit my pink when you get a chance!

    Now, I'm off to sweet-talk my hubby into this!!! LOL

    Waving from Our Back Porch,
    Rebecca

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  17. How cute is this post. Would love if you could share it on Simple & Sweet Fridays. Everyone will love how creative you are, especially how much it cost and what you did with it...

    Jody

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  18. Yes, this is so sweet. Enjoying the pics! Thanks. You might think about removing the word verification, it can increase your posts.

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  19. I found same two chairs from goodwill and painted them white TOO. I knew I had good taste hahaha

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