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25 DIY Hideouts: Forts, Tents, Teepees and Playhouses

By Jacinda |


As far back as I can remember handcrafted hideouts frequently filled the rooms in my house as a kid. First, it started as a simple sheet tent that served as a reading nook or the meeting place for all things make believe. It did not take long before 1 sheet just wasn’t enough and these hideouts turned into fortresses, taking up the entire living room and sectioning off into different quarters. Sound familiar? I don’t know what it is about hiding away under sheets and blankets, but as soon as I hear the kids stringing sheets from chair to chair a small part of me secretly hopes they’ll invite me inside. Give them their own secret space with one of these 25 DIY Hideouts: Forts, Tents, Teepees and Playhouses…

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25 DIY Hideouts: Forts, Tents, Teepees and Playhouses

Quilting Hoop Fort

A perfect reading nook for kids to curl up in.
Get the tutorial at Sew Liberated.

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Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding partner of Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful. She can also be found on Take 10 with Jaime and Jacinda and contributing to Babble Home. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jacinda Cannon's latest posts →

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