Miniature Tea Set.

When my daughter was planning their 24 hour road trip to the city where I live, she had to be creative and thoughtful with ideas to keep her three year old little girl busy.  She needed fun things that would keep her occupied while sitting in a car seat.  She saw this idea on Made by Joel's website.    

Here is her version.

She found a geometry set tin and painted it with acrylic paint.  She drew the stove elements and sink with felt pen.

She found the tiny tea set at the local thrift store.  The three pieces of fabric were meant to place mats.

The little tea set fit nicely inside the tin.

She cut up little pieces of felt that could be used as food.

Now they have all arrived, and we have already had many tea parties together.


She shared a couple of considerations to think about.

1.  Make sure the tin is easy for a child to open 

2.  If this is a travel toy, you could paint the stove top on the inside of the lid. 

3.  Remember the miniature tea set pieces are choking hazards and should be used for children over the age of 3.

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