Some of the miniature dollhouse kitchens are
for my apartments so I will have
to find substitutes.
I came up with this baby changing table and pad.
Since it was
for what I need. I am
This will be a sink area. I do not know in
which apartment this will go in.
One step that I don't have to do.
Backside not bad either.
I peeled away the pad that was on top. I want
to keep that cause it might come in
handy for something else.
I removed the pink drawers.
That will be another project.
because the spaces are not wide enough
to hold much.
I wanted a bigger area to hold a pot if needed.
It is really best to remove the shelf.
At this time I was planning on
A friend gave me this one.
I easily broke off the 2 side pieces
on either side of the sink. It was only there to keep
the pink pad in place.
The plastic sink was okay, but
fit very well in the front.
The plastic thingy is too big for this changing table.
Notice how the flashing helps
The protruding sink does not look bad at all.
I did paint the insides of the changing table
with a thin coat of paint.
It needs to look a little worn as it
goes into an apartment.
I am not one to play with clay.
I do not have the power to mold it.
She did not like the plastic
While the clay was being formed
When she was done shaping it, with this
Pep baked the little sink according to the
While that was being done, I
painted the top where I took off the sides.
You can tile this little area if you want
After it baked and cooled, I took the
warm sink and very gently wedged it
into the space.
I glued in the faucet.
It looks well used.
And has character!
I must admit that I do love this look!
For the drain - I used
a very think coffee stirrer. While the sink
was still warm, I applied a little pressure
and made an indention.
I wanted the stopper to look like it
was still in the drain hole.
For show - you can glue a tiny bead
in the middle of the stopper - OR NOT.
When finished, mix up some glue with white
Let it harden a little, then paint it around the sink
to act as caulking.
If you tile the top, then there will not be any need
You do not have to caulk yet.
Decide which one you want and go from there.
Lastly, I took clear fingernail polish and coated
I painted on several coats for extra glossiness!
But I have not caulked it yet.
I must wait to see where this sink will be
used at to see if I must add tile or caulk it.