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Wooden play kitchen for kids with rear wall in blackboard film and new doors designed with adhesive foil

This DIY Kids’ Kitchen Will Brighten Their Day

Project from Antonia -

There’s big round of applause coming from the kids’ room! Small chefs and master bakers are finally getting what they deserve: A great DIY kids’ kitchen that makes playing and cooking even more fun! The DIY play kitchen has copied the best of real kitchens and current living trends, and therefore comes in fresh mint. Combined with a cool blackboard film, it is a unique piece, where hardworking overtime at the stove and creative baking adventures in the afternoon become a new favourite pastime. Mums: Don’t be jealous!

You will need…

  • One roll of d-c-fix® blackboard film
  • One roll of d-c-fix® Uni mint paint
  • d-c-fix® tool kit with doctor blade and cutting knife
  • MDF slab 68 x 33 cm, thickness of 3 mm
  • Nails

  • Hammer
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Measuring tape

Let’s go

Step 1

First, transfer the dimensions of the rear wall onto the backing paper of the blackboard film and cut the foil piece to size.

Step 2

Then remove the backing paper and attach it to the MDF plate with the doctor blade – start at the centre and then brush with firm strokes from the inside out.

Step 3

Then attach the rear wall, which has just been covered with blackboard film, to the rear side of the kids’ kitchen with a hammer and nails.

Step 4

The next step is to measure all doors and transfer the dimensions to the back of the adhesive film in mint with a bit of cutting allowance.

Step 5

Cut the adhesive foil pieces for the doors and affix them to the doors with the doctor blade.

Step 6

Cut the excess adhesive film on the edges up to the corners of the door, pull the edges and smooth well and firmly with the doctor blade.

You’re done!

Wooden play kitchen for kids with rear wall in blackboard film and new doors designed with adhesive foil
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