DIY Kissing Booth or Lemonade Stand

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Who wouldn’t fall in love with a chubby cupid in a kissing booth? As a theater teacher I am always looking for a good DIY, add in a theme and I am here for it! So before Amelia was born I had already planned out her monthly photo shoots after looking into ways to mark her milestones. Each month I feel like it grew bigger and bigger, but February was definitely one of my favs.

Step One: Get a crate from Micheals, Joanns, or Hobby Lobby (don’t forget to use your coupon). I bought this one already painted for under $10

Step 2: I just used scrap wood for the side posts cuttings at 2 feet and the top board the width of the crate.

Step 3: Attach. (Pro-tip: If you are painting it is so much easier to paint BEFORE you attach.)

Step 4: Decorate and admire the cuteness! The best part is that I can take the Kissing Booth sign off and attach anything to it. I’m thinking Lemonade Stand next!

kissing booth

All in all the project cost about $15.oo and is super versatile. Although I am not thrilled about how much space it takes up in my garage. It is such a great prop to have around the house though. As Amelia gets bigger I can see her using it as a lemonade stand or for imaginative play like store or restaurant – it makes the perfect little booth.

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Madison is a Texas A&M Graduate who is beginning her 6th year as a Technical Theatre teacher and 3rd year at Gregory-Portland High School. She and her wife moved to the coastal bend to be closer to family as they began the fertility process to grow their family. Madison and her wife were thrilled to welcome their daughter, Amelia, to the family in May via Reciprocal IVF. Madison has also begun working toward her Masters degree in Educational Administration at TAMUCC (gotta keep it in the Aggie family!) Talk about one busy mama! Madison enjoys time outside and has always loved to write for her own personal blog in her free time. She is so excited to start this new adventure of motherhood and to be joining the wonderful community of Corpus Christi Moms on the blog!