DIY Unfinished Wood Tents

DIY Unfinished Wood Tents is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Who needs a dollhouse when you have these DIY Unfinished Wood Tents? Kids will love decorating these small tents and then using them in playtime as a ...read more

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Who needs a dollhouse when you have these DIY Unfinished Wood Tents? Kids will love decorating these small tents and then using them in playtime as a place for their small toys, action figures and dolls to sleep. Use your own paint, markers and other embellishments to add some color to these mini structures, then include them in your toy chest! 6" x 6" x 7" Instructions included. © OTC DIY Unfinished Wood Tents

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  • Unit of Measure: Per Dozen
  • Material: Wood

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved these wooden tents Bought these for a 6th grade girl scout camping trip and they were a huge hit. Girls had fun putting together and enjoyed painting them to match our tents. If you add paint to the activity, could take 30-60 minutes to complete, which is what I ws looking for. Very happy with these!
Date published: 2018-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun Tent Shape We used these to make bug homes for a Girl Scout brownie bugs badge. Filled the interior with sticks, bark, pinecones, rolled cardboard, etc... We (adults) pre-assembled the tents and used wood glue around the joints and they seeems sturdier; they needed to dry overnight so we didn’t have time during one meeting to have the girls do assembly too. I was afraid that if I didn’t glue them they’d slip out of the joints too easily, mainly, separating from the floor. After assembling a few of the tents we noticed the trim pieces were delicate and some were splitting slightly, we learned that if you picked the correct side to push onto the tabs (the curved ‘front’ side, as opposed to the flat ‘back’ side) the trim pieces wouldn’t split. It was still a bit delicate and could be challenging for some kids because of this. The glued tents were sturdy enough to jam enough ‘nature’ pieces inside to hold all of it in tightly. I have leftover tents and I’m sure I will find a good use for them as they go so well with the scouting theme.
Date published: 2018-04-26
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