The hob and oven handles were bought from Ikea and the hobs them selves were made by cutting circles out of an ikea placemat which was conveniently in the sale for £1. I wanted to keep the whole project as cheap as we could and reuse as much as possible too so the tap was one we had left over form doing a bathroom remodel in our old flat a few years ago. The sink is a bowl borrowed from granny, I love that I used to use this when baking as a child and now it has a new home as something fun for Emmie. We painted the whole thing in the left over paint from our kitchen as I just love the colour and the basket and frame for her chalkboard were ones that we had already too :)
I managed to find the lovely wooden toaster and jam set on ebay for very little after a few weeks of searching and the pots we bought from Amazon with a gift voucher we had found completely forgotten about at the bottom of our drawer so it kind of felt like they were free too. The one thing I knew I wanted to splash out on though was the felt play food bought from a fellow work at home mum over at mummy made it me. They really are as lovely as they looked on her website and I love that it is also supporting another mummy's little business.
I'd like to say that this was all finished in plenty time for Christmas but lets just say that Santa's little elves were still busy on Christmas eve in our house. But once it was done I popped backed on my trusty sewing machine and made a little apron and tea towels to go with the oven glove that came with her pot set. These were made out of 2 tea towels I have had for ages but, with their little pompom trim, they had always been too pretty for me to bear using, definitely better as a cute little apron.