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    A fort using a hula hoop - what a fun idea!

    • Christina Humphreys

      A fort using a hula hoop. I have been trying to come up with an idea for a little reading corner in the boys playroom and this will be perfect!!!!

    • Jessica Anderson

      A fort using a hula hoop! I will be doing this; now to decide one in each kids' room or just 1 in the playroom?

    • Gabrielle Smith Powell

      A fort using a hula hoop! - such a fun room, gorgeous colors. love tents! Great kids room idea.

    • Lindsey Beaulieu

      Reading nook, using fabric and a hula hoop. Kid's room? Could double as a fort too.

    • Kristen Murphy

      Hula hoop Fort - could be fun for a reading corner. Cute idea for a kids room!

    • Christi Johnston

      A fort using a hula hoop! Great for a corner reading nook in a kids room!

    • Ivana Dilber

      A fort using a hula hoop. Reading nook in kids room.

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