From the front
A side view
Dmitri loves it!
Sookie does not want to miss out on the action! Also, her favorite sleeping chair is inside...
Total cost: about $20 (we already had the paint & some of the fabric on hand)
Total time: 3-4 hours
Tools required: Drill/Electric screwdriver, Wrench, Staple gun, Iron (or sewing machine if you would prefer not to use stitch-witchery...as for me, I find any excuse to skip a needle and thread!)
I hope that the boys get to enjoy the little child-sized magical space of their own.
P.S. I linked up at the Weekend Wrap Up!
I have been asked about how I did the front of the tent...After I measured and cut the fabric into a triangle, I cut a slit down the middle of the bottom for the opening. I then "hemmed" the bottom and both sides of the slit with stitch-witchery (the iron-able hemming tape). I stapled the sides to the inside of the tent. And badabing. That's it! Does that make sense? Feel free to ask more questions. I usually respond via email, unless your email is set to a "no-reply".