If you have a young aspiring chef in your house, your son or daughter has probably asked for one of those play kitchens that you may have seen advertised.
But cooking up pretend food can be expensive! Those kitchens often sell for $100 or more.
Your child will love this DIY kitchen set
On her Facebook page, DIY enthusiast Jessika Taynara demonstrated how she used old cardboard boxes to make an entire play kitchen —refrigerator, stove and sink — for much less.
In just a few days, the video has been viewed nearly 40 million times!
Although it’s not as durable as the plastic play kitchens sold in stores, the DIY route could be a great way to go if your child loses interest in toys quickly.
If your son or daughter is old enough, perhaps they can even help you build it!
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