Little Tikes Cupcake Kitchen (Giveaway)

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The Little Tikes Cupcake Kitchen is a whole lot of sweetness in a compact package. With the smaller profile of this kitchen, it can easily be slipped into any sized room for hours of pretend play. The muted colors suit our living room far better than our former play kitchen (which now lives in the church nursery) and the kids have had a blast preparing cupcakes and tea parties galore. This toy was seeing a lot of play time before the big storm last week but with zero power and no school for a week, the kids were really getting a lot of serious play time in, and I can’t even tell you how many tea party picnics they had with their baby dolls (yes, even my son) in the living room enjoying some of the treats made in the Cupcake Kitchen. (My batteries were dead, no photos. Sad. Very sad).

This kitchen does not take a long time to assemble. An 18 volt power drill made fast work of the screws that do need to be put in but I think you could do it without a drill – it might take longer. I had the entire thing assembled with stickers in under half an hour. (This is something that I want to know when I think about toy purchasing that requires assembly, so I’m sharing with you).

This kitchen has a storage drawer (love this feature), a little sink on the side, a burner with a saucepan (and a lid!!),2 2-year olds in constant motion! along with the 4 cupcakes, cupcake tin, 2 plates and utensils. Everything you need for a little cupcake party- plus 2 containers of “shots” – which I know many of you will think I am crazy and tell me they are called jimmies or sprinkles but where I grew up, we call them shots. Super cute, super fun, and since there’s a door that closes on the oven and a storage drawer, a self contained toy!! I really like that the colors aren’t overly girly- I tend to not purchase items that are color schemes in specific gender colors. My son loves to cook cupcakes as much as his sisters, and why should he have to do so in a pink frilly kitchen? This kitchen is just as much fun for him as his sisters, and I’ve not heard a single complaint about the color scheme from the kids.

This kitchen is recommended for ages 2-5 and I’d say that age range is dead on. It retails for $39.99 so not only will it not take up half of your living space, it also won’t break the bank!

One of my readers will win a Little Tikes Cupcake Kitchen!

I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review. Opinions are my own.

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  • one of my favorite toys was a easy bake oven

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  • I loved my easy bake oven and my teddy bear!!

    Shannon F.
    shannybakes@hotmail.com

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  • My favorite toy was strawberry shortcake dolls
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  • i loved my easy bake oven

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  • Barbie Airplane

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  • I had a radio with a microphone that I got for Christmas one year. I loved that thing!

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  • I was a Barbie Girl

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  • I loved my barbies and barbie townhouse! Oh and my Care Bears!

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  • I loved My Little Ponys

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  • My Cabbage Patch Kids were my favorite toys.
    mamaswears at gmail dot com

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  • We had a very old fashioned kitchen that we loved, and I loved my Lite Bright.

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  • My favorite toy was my dolls.

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  • my fave was my pony

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  • My favorite toy was a baby doll that my dad bought me. It had on a white gown and came with a white satin pillow. I am 42 and still have it tucked away.

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  • My favorite toy was a Cabbage Patch Doll

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  • This would be perfect for my grandchildren!
    carriedust@yahoo.com

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  • I had a lambie that I took everywhere!

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  • I loved Barbies…

    My kids would feel so blessed to have something like this. Unfortunaly its out of our budget so this would be a great win. Thanks for the chance!

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  • My favorite childhood toy was my dolls

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  • My favorite toy was my Cabbage Patch Doll
    hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com

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  • Favorite Childhood toy was a little wooden Noah’s Arc.

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  • I would love to win this for my child for Christmas.
    choochoo1717@hotmail.com

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  • My easy bake oven!

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  • my favorite was the easy-bake oven

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  • my fave was my easy bake oven and my lite brite
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  • my fave childhood toy was my monchichi

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  • my favorite was my easy bake oven and my light brite
    corinne.soto517(at)gmail.com

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  • My favorite childhood toys were my cabbage patch dolls!

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  • My favorite childhood toy was this Quintuplet set of little tiny dolls and also Polly Pocket!

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  • my cabbage patch kids collection

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  • The right link for sharing this giveaway is

    https://www.facebook.com/IceQueen81/posts/125896834185593

    Messed up and didn’t put the full link in the Rafflecopter Sorry about that

    green_eyed_princesss at msn dot com

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    • all set thanks cindy! good luck!

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  • My dolls were always my favorite toys. I especially loved this homemade doll I received one year for Christmas. Also loved my cabbage patch kid that I got for Christmas too. I think those 2 dolls were my favorite :)

    green_eyed_princesss at msn dot com

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  • My favorite childhood toys were legos and marble works. I also really loved my toy kitchen.

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  • I loved playing with LEGO’s

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  • My favorite toy was my blankie!

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  • I loved playing with my Little People and Star Fairies.

    b(dot)cardone(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  • i had a my child that i brought everywhere..

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  • My favorite childhood toy was my Dallas horse and Barbies.

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  • We LOVED Fisher Price Little People. Thank you.

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  • My favortie childhood toy of all time was a cabbage patch doll. I still have it today. I am so glad they are making a come back.

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  • My favorite childhood toy was a doll that when you pulled the string in her back, would roll her head. I know, weird.

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  • I loved my Lego Farm Set

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  • My favorite toy was a stuffed animal snoopy that was in my crib before I was. I still have him!

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  • My favorite childhood toy was our Little People playsets.

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  • I would like to win this kitchen for my granddaughters. My favorite childhood toy was my Barbies. I had almost all the Barbies made at the time and their accessories.

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  • My favorite childhood toy was a giant Micky Mouse Plush toy

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  • My favorite childhood toy would have to be an old metal rocking horse that we used to have. It was mounted with springs on a big frame. At some point the handles by its ears came off and my brother and I started filling it with marbles and change…I think my parents got rid of the horse shortly after that…ca-ching ca-ching ;-)

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  • My favorite childhood toy was a snow cone machine.
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