Have you ever purchased something and then had to search and search for the PERFECT matching accessories? No? Okay maybe it's just me then :)
Each year I like to purchase gifts for my little ones through Chrisco... just like the ad's say 'Why not spread the cost of Christmas over the entire year?' I love the fact that right when I start to panic about Christmas presents I get a letter in the mail reminding me of the handful of gifts I have been paying off all year! This year I bought my middle princess Miss 6 a gorgeous little KidsKraft kitchen set through Chrisco. I love it and know she will too... how do I know this? Well you see she asked Santa for it last year but sadly Santa couldn't 'make' on in time and Mummy couldn't find one either...
So I set off to find some ADORABLE accessories for the kitchen and I struggled to find something I though matched the cuteness of the country styled retro kitchen :(
And then... I found the PERFECT thing!
I was looking at the Kids Central website and saw the 'Let's Imagine' Wooden Kitchen Sets. Not only are they super adorable but they are made from WOOD... there is something wonderful about good quality wooden children's toys.
Better still I found the same play sets at ELC Toys (a distributor for Kids Central) as part of a buy 2 get one free offer... BARGAIN! I absolutely loved all of the Let's Imagine kitchen range BUT my most favourite item would have to be the Spice Rack...
Could it possibly be any cuter? I just love that the little felt herbs actually live in their own canisters and that it includes a mortar and pestle!! CUTENESS OVERLOAD!!! Oh I can't wait to see my princess playing in her little kitchen this Christmas... and as if that wasn't enough I had to splurge on one more kitchen essential...
This gorgeous little apron came from Lee Ann's sweet little shop on Etsy called Annie's Attic and matches my little ones kitchen perfectly! The good news is that there are MORE in her store as well as a cute 1/2 apron for mummy! :)
I'd love to know... When it comes to children's toys do you prefer to wooden toys or plastic ones that are a little more friendly on the purse strings?