How-To Make A 15-Minute Portable Kid Play Table

by Kate Ladd April 26, 2017 1 min read

How-To Make A 15-Minute Portable Kid Play Table

We know we're biased, but we just can't repeat often enough how easy our peel-and-stick baseplates are to use to make a play table for your LEGO® style bricks. Last fall, we partnered with Heidi at One Creative Mommy and she made these adorable portable play tables for her daughters. 

Heidi used a 24x24 inch hardwood board and one pack of our peel-and-stick baseplates. AND THAT'S IT! Easy, right?

How-To Make A 15-Minute Portable Kid Play Table

Head to the post on One Creative Mommy to read the step-by-step tutorial and see more images. Thank you for partnering with us, Heidi!

Have you made a portable play table with our peel-and-stick baseplates? If so, we want to see it! Tag us in a picture on social media so we can share your creative ideas with others!

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Kate Ladd
Kate Ladd


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