The new American Girl Gourmet Kitchen is fabulous! You can watch our review on it HERE. However, it is priced at over $200 and currently it’s on backorder! So, we made DIY plans so you can make your own. These plans will work with both foam board and wood! So, depending on your skill set you can still have this adorable kitchen in your dollhouse. This time we used foam board for our project and it was only $10! If we would have used coupons it would’ve been even cheaper! You can’t beat that price! You only need one sheet of regular foam board and one sheet of the half inch foam board. I do highly suggest using the Logan FoamWerks kit to cut foam board. You won’t regret it! It gives you nice, clean cuts. Also, be sure to enter our current FoamWerks giveaway.
Gourmet Kitchen Set Plans Printable
Watch and tell us what colors you want your kitchen to be!
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I love this .Great job.I know what my next big project will be.
Can you do full printable instructions and templates please?
Can you make the shapes that we can trace instead of using the cut list
IT IS AWESOME! I’ve been waiting for this craft forever!!!!! You are so creative and I love your videos! I LOVE designing things and cant wait to make this! ?
Amazing job! How many sheets of foam board do we need to purchase for this project?
I’ve been waiting for this!
I love it. I’m always amazed at how I like what you make better then what is for sale. Guess I shouldn’t be surprised anymore. ? I think my kitchen should be white with green ivy on the cupboard’s side. Could you make a sink to go with it?
This is so cute. Could you please make a DIY kitchen timer like the one in the picture? Can I get a shout out if you do?
November 26, 2016 at 7:53 pm –
Hi! We love your crafts, although this one’s measurements in the pictures were very hard to read. We used the cut list for all the pieces, but when it came to cutting gaps in the middle and left side back walls, they were not on the cut list! We saw they were only in the pictures so we zoomed in, printed it, and set it as our back round but we still couldn’t figure it out. We finally just guessed what we saw and thankfully its working out! Thank you!
Also, could you try to make either a trundle bed or McKenna’s loft bed?