April 9, 2014
Preschool Class Craft #4: Dollhouse Chair
Just like every year I try and find something innovative that I can build as the auction craft for my son's preschool class. I wish I could take full credit for this idea, but I used this photo as a jumping off point to make my version of a dollhouse chair.
Thankfully while making this, it only took one time and I am happy with the results. I even made a template, because my son wants me to make him one.
We didn't end up winning it in the auction, I conceded the bidding war, so I need to make another one for Colton.
To incorporate the kids into the build, I thumb printed each kid in the preschool class.
I turned their thumb prints into Christmas lights that went along the roof line.
I love how it turned out. For the short period of time that we had it, Colton used it as a chair to watch TV, a secret hide out for his super heroes and shot pigs out of the windows with his angry birds. I can't even imagine all the possibilities that a child could come up with to use this awesome chair for.
If you want to check out all the other auction crafts that I have done while my kids were in preschool, click on the links below.
Preschool Class Craft #1: Garden Planter Bench
Preschool Class Craft #2: Read Me Bookcase
Preschool Class Craft #3: A Pirate's Chest
Only one year left of doing class auction crafts!