I found the nightstand at a Goodwill for $15; the bottom was busted so we decided to put a rack at the bottom, a tension rod and curtain and that could be the storage for their pots and pans.
For the stovetop we used another piece of plexiglass. We laid mosquito coil on top of the plexiglass and spray painted black over it, leaving a coiled burner shape. BF used a jigsaw to cut out a rectangle on top of the nightstand, we laid the plexiglass painted side face down, and screwed it on from the top. We also added a backboard so we could attach a small shelf to put spices or hang towels from.
Once the EL wire came in (I ordered 3 packs) BF built a box under the stove top plexiglass to put 2 under as burners, and shaped the last one as a heating element in the oven (EL wire can be cut down to size). He attached switch boxes under a switch plate we put towards the back of the nightstand near the back board, and hot glued plastic pieces to the buttons (they were too tiny for kiddie fingers) to make it easier for the boys to turn off and on. And to save on batteries (each EL battery pack takes 2 AA) and to make it easier to switch out batteries, he wired them to an old Tickle Me Elmo battery pack, cut a hole in the back of the nightstand, and mounted it there.
The monsters love this kitchen set, out of all the things they had asked Santa for, this stove that wasn't even on their radar is their favorite and I can't thank BF enough for all his help!!