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  • Hope Hennis

    Easy to do with a curtain rod to create a nook for storytime or playing. ...Could use PVC pipes and joints to make a play tent.

  • Alison Elkington

    tension rods and fabric. cute idea for a play tent or reading nook

  • Caitlin 'Crow' Phillips

    Handmade play tent using a curtain rod. Perfect for a little reading nook!

  • Dezmond Earlywine

    Use a shower curtain rod to create a tent for a play tent (: my future kids room .^

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