I mean, can you even? I have a penchant for anything miniature, so when I saw this play kitchen made from an Altoids tin, I almost keeled over and died. Of course, I shouldn't have been surprised when I discovered that it was thought up by the incredibly talented and creative Joel Henriques of Made By Joel.
While there are a few pieces that Joel created that require special tools and much, much manual dexterity (like the tiny spoons cut with a scroll saw), you could likely find lots of pre-made options for utensils through doll house suppliers. Cutting the food out of felt and ultrasuede, though, couldn't be easier, and you can make whatever foods your child desires.
A perfect take along activity for kids over three (watch out for choking hazards with the tiny pieces), I can imagine my kids' younger selves entertaining themselves at a dinner out while waiting for their real life food to arrive.
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(Image credits: Joel Henriques)