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Yet Another Excuse to Shop at IKEA {Industrial Style Kids' Art Cart}

With just a simple cart from your local IKEA, you can create a mobile arts and crafts station. It's great to keep the kids art supplies at hand and the wheels allow us to tuck it away when not in use. Beautiful AND functional? As if you needed another reason to run to IKEA, right?! Be sure to check out my post for more details and to see what we put in the cart.

To see more: http://makinglemonadeblog.com/kids-art-cart-ikea-hack/

Got a question about this project?

  • Penny
    Penny Utica, NY

    aaaawwwwww...:( there is no ikea around here....

  • Michelle
    Michelle Riverton, UT

    My friend has 2 of these. She uses them for books and magazines in her living room and in her basement it holds piano books, etc

  • Rosey
    Rosey Moorefield, WV

    Unfortunately, this is not for sale on line. Aww.

  • Connie Collard Bruscato

    Bought mine on line last December...have you tried Amazon?

  • Think2inkme
    Think2inkme Glendale, AZ

    i bought one of these years ago , still in the box until i can figure out how i want to use it . but i fell in love with it when i saw it .

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