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?
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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Shared materials are a thing of the past this school year so we've been getting creative with ways to make individual learning resources with our products. In this blog we share how to use ourStoryBricks® andPeel 'n Stick Baseplates to turn a small $1 container into a multi-purpose learning box which fits conveniently inside a student's desk.
Hoping to give your kids a great play table to create on whilst also solving the never-ending problem of storing building bricks? We've got a great IKEA hack for you which ticks both play and storage boxes!