curb shopper) became a table and chairs set.
marketstand / kids' gardening bench that awaited its next incarnation.
mudpie kitchen & bakery were born!
I have a lot more ideas for this space, and look forward to watching it develop organically as summer play goes on. I've been trolling my surrounding neighborhoods on garbage day, watching the curbs for a table like this for a sand element. And I'd love to create a nature art easel like this. A salvaged mailbox is on my list, as are buckets of shells and rocks ...
For more inspiration, check out this mud pie kitchen and this "little house" and these cool tire planters, as well as this sweet space. And if you've got some great ideas for a natural kids play space, please share!
My boys also enjoy the Little House books. They are great on audio. We just found a book that is just the Christmas stories from Little House. We read it last year. Your play area is cute and I think we might make an area in December when we read it again.
How cool! I keep adding little bits for my kiddo (a tent, which he doesn't care for, and a "banging wall", which he loves). I hope to do a mudpie kitchen next year. What awesome memories your children will have of this space!
This is such a wonderful space that you have created! Oh my goodness, I feel inspired to get outside and the do the same for my kiddos.
Fences are a decorative piece that helps make the home have great curb appeal.
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