I was inspired by this post on Pinterest that has a lot of cool ideas for things to do with cardboard. We had HUGE boxes from ordering bigger car seats for our cars, and I didn’t want to just clog up our recycling bin with them. I also liked the Family Fun site that has a VERY cute cardboard kitchen. I ended up using mostly what we had around the house – and like most kitchens, it could use some updated fixtures. My daughter has requested pink liner in the cabinet (which I know should TECHNICALLY be a range hood instead, but hey, let’s go with it), so that’s on my to-do list. The $6 came in for buying a few kitchen items at a local thrift store: the toaster, cookie tray, bowl for kitchen sink, pot and lid. All in all it was fun to make and has been a hit with both of my children….not bad way to spend $6 compared to $60 for the big plastic deal.