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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 can be easily stored when done. going to make one.

from Apartment Therapy

An Easy DIY Hideaway — Ducklings in a Row

My girls' absolute favorite thing in the world? A good hideout. Whether it's a sheet fort, teepee, or even a good old cardboard box, they love the idea of having their own secret space. That's why I'm loving this easy DIY tent that Chrissann of Ducklings in a Row created for her little ones!

from So You Think You're Crafty

Season 4 Finale

Doorway bean bag toss. with shower curtain tension rods...could be useful for a doorway puppet theatre too!

pillowcase and tension rod. We LOVE puppet shows!

from Etsy

Childrens Art Display, Rustic Kids Artwork Display, Look What I Made! Wood Sign, Hang your art, Artwork, Rustic Sign, Childrens Artwork

Show off your childrens artwork with this rustic kids art display wood sign. Use the clothespins (5) to display your childs latest and greatest works of art.

Table tent for kids! Drape on top of table for an instant playhouse, but easily cleaned up and stored! (Site is in dutch, use google chrome to translate.)


Turn an Old Cabinet into a Kid's Diner

≡ Really cute Kid's Kitchen/Diner made out of an old entertainment center.

from Life As Mama

10 Awesome Fort Ideas To Build With Your Kids

Not a normal fort. You can quickly create a beautiful “Cave of Stars,” just grab a large cardboard box, a set of holiday lights, poke holes in the top of the box, stick the lights in.

Pack and Play Tent. One day when it will be no longer needed!