Toddler Sized Animal Stools: A How-To

Fox and Bunny Toddler Animal Stools

 

Are you ready for a crazy adorable, super cute project today? I hope so! Last week I saw an image online that inspired me to make some sweet little stools for Charlie. They’re just her size, and just so darn cute. And again, the best part? They’re made from REAL wood! Scrap wood! The kind you have hanging around your garage so you can build these little suckers for free. But, if you don’t have wood just lounging around your home like I do, you can easily make two stools for less than $10 and 30 minutes. Including painting.

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I didn’t include a pattern, because the charm is in the imperfections. The “template” for this project is so that you can customize it any way you like. I chose to make a bunny and a fox, but you could easily use those round ears for a dog, the pointed ones for a cat, maybe even get a little crazy and try out some antlers for a deer? Or rounder ones for a squirrel. Or bear. You get the picture. Change up the shape of the ears and get decorative with the paint and you’ve got an endless array of possibilities ahead of you!

 

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As you can see, you’ll need to keep the ears large (each about

14 thoughts on “Toddler Sized Animal Stools: A How-To

  1. These are absolutely adorable. We did a marvel theme for my sons nursery and now we’re trying to think of cute ways to update it for him. (just turned 3)

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