Gilding positively adores the handmade gift, always has. What’s more, as a child–ok, so even today–Gilding loves ‘the cardboard box’. Oh, the fortresses, castles, caves, wormholes, the endless possibilities that could be imagined with a room of cardboard boxes. Gilding’s Father was never so insulted by anyone as he was by Baby Gilding’s penchant for preferring to play with the cardboard box than the toy that came in it.
And fortytworads is a mother and crafter after Gilding’s own heart. Using detailed and illustrated instructions designed by fortytworads for a mere $7, and some durable material of your choice (corrugated cradboard is suggested), you can biult the child of your heart that ‘My Little Kithen’ they’ve always wanted but space and funds wouldn’t permit you. Add a few odds and ends you probably already have around the house and voila, a unique kitchen built with your love, a one of a kind with your own personal touches, and a toy that noy only can be easily assembled, disassembled and reassembled, but can also be recycled away for old and replaced with a whole new unique one without breaking the pocket book or eco-friendly conscience.
**Note: this creation is child safe as it does not require the use of glue, screws, or nails–instead, it is held together with a few cleverly designed joints.