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  • Kelli Stipe

    Hallway Tent -- use tension rods and a sheet to make a tent in the hallway for the kids...decorate the sheet with fabric paint or markers, and it can be easily stored when done. Awesome!

  • Toni Davis

    Kid stuff / Tent for the hallway. Just need canvas and tension rods

  • Lien Holvoet

    Use tension rods and a sheet to make a tent in the hallway for the kids. You can decorate the sheet with fabric paint or markers, and it can be easily stored when done. kiddos - love the house for kids, cute idea

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