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Matt (Upper Cut)
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#1 posted 01-18-2009 10:35 PM
OK those are awesome! More details please!What kind of paint is used for the inside of the stove?What material was this built out of?Where’d you get all the fixtures?
-- Matt Gradwohl, Upper Cut Woodworks, http://uppercutwoodworks.com/
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#2 posted 01-18-2009 10:37 PM
Great looking project there. I’ll bet some little gal will enjoy that for years to come.
-- Jerry--A man can never have enough tools or clamps
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#3 posted 01-18-2009 10:49 PM
Great looking project, that’s one lucky girl
#4 posted 01-18-2009 11:11 PM
I moved the apostrophe to the other side of the s cause I actually have two girls. I am not sure if they could actually care less or not to be honest. They just push ‘em around in the play room, and use them as walls. They certainly don’t appreciate as much as I do. For the details: I actually found some drawer liner contact paper that had the look of an oven’s inside. I used MDF, because it was my first furniture type project, and I wouldn’t have to worry about end grain. The sink is a mixing bowl that has a very thin lip (nice fit in a rounded over edge). Burners are from a salvage yard, and the faucet is real.
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#5 posted 01-18-2009 11:35 PM
Your girls are lucky to have you for their Dad.TodayYu Da Man
-- Dominic, Trinity, Florida...Lets be safe out there.
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#6 posted 01-18-2009 11:43 PM
-- Lew- Time traveler. Purveyor of the Universe's finest custom rolling pins.
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#7 posted 01-19-2009 03:24 AM
Great Lookin Kitchen the Kids must Love them go girls where the Food
-- Jim, Kentucky
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#8 posted 01-19-2009 03:25 AM
For children of this and next generations…they will remember who made this beautiful toys.
-- /\/\/\ BarryW /\/\/\ Stay so busy you don't have time to die.
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#9 posted 01-19-2009 04:29 PM
Hopefully they will appreciate these later as they are older. You did an awesome job here, and your a great dad. Note to Ken and Barbie (toy dolls) Your kitchen sucks and was made in China, should have hired the wooddude to remodel your kitchen. LOL
-- Dan Wiggins
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#10 posted 01-19-2009 04:58 PM
Really outstanding. You know, if your daughters don’t apprecaite them, sell them on etsy.com. Pottery Barn for Kids gets more than $1200 for a set of MDF play appliances, and yours look better than anything they have on the website.
-- Mark, Florida, http://penturner.wordpress.com/
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#11 posted 01-19-2009 05:04 PM
Those are just sooo cute.I would have loved to have a set like that when I was young.Very nice job on them.
-- Dustygirl..Hastings,Ontario.. How much wood can 1 gal chuck if 1 gal can't cut wood?
#12 posted 02-04-2009 03:43 AM
Thanks for the nice comments
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#13 posted 09-26-2009 01:00 AM
I realize this is an old post, but I wanted to make a statement. Our granddad made a kitchen like this for my sister 60 years ago. Her girls used them, and then they were put away in the barn. We are now cleaning and repainting them for my grandkids. Therefore, they may outlast the table.
-- Mike The Termite ~~~~~ Working safely may get old, but so do those who practice it.
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#14 posted 12-28-2009 06:50 AM
Very nice job. With two daughters myself – 8 & 5, I better get going…
-- Eagan, MN
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#15 posted 03-01-2010 09:12 AM
SO beautiful, must get A LOT of use I am sure. Many great meals for many generations to come!
-- Jen loves wood!
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