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Printed Cotton Canvas Play Tent: Available in petal damask, dove damasl or antique stripe. Comes with Collapsible aluminum poles, velcro tabs to open and close the front door, and a matching storage bag. #Tent #Kids
maybe i can make this instead of paying $300. Insane!
You can make these, but the pattern is a little tricky!
@ Angie Gunter the diva would LOVE this
There is a great pattern for these tents in either Simplicity or McCalls. I made one and they are very easy to do.
My four little girls would love these for a sleepover!
This looks like such fun!
I have a few princess that would love this
Whatever happened to an old sheet, flashlight and a little imagination?
Oh my ! I remember being a little girl & we would build tents to play in !! So cute.
White sheets and PVC pipes & elbows, yep, I can make this!!!
@Heidi Harris, this would be great for evie when she gets older
I wish I could have had one of these when I was little :)
How cute is this for a 3 year old girl!
That is so cute
I wish I was a little girl again
Nancy Young where can I find the pattern for these I'd love to make these for my daughter's slumber party!!
Adorable! Love these, what a fun sleepover!!
So sweet. Was Christmas gift for our granchildren
KONY 2012!!!!!!!!! The time is here. Get ready to fill the streets in April!!!!!!!!
What ever happen to the cardboard box lol
Looks like great fun
my daughter would love this!
Only $229 lol!
WHAT!?!? $229 I can make that with old sheets and wooden sticks lol!!
Seriously! My girls turn dining room chairs around in a large circle and cover with sheets! lol
How cute is this!
Gorgeous, but yea, I'm gonna ask my fiancé if we spent $229 on our 4 man outdoor tent! Haha
Love this for my 4 year old......but too expensive
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what about something for little boys? price is a little steep, but still adorable
I would have loved this when I was little.
Why can't we spare the cost and let kids figure out how to build their own fort?