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3 Awesome Forts to Build With Your Kids

GATHER SOME HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES + GET CREATIVE

Article by Kate Baxendale

Photography by Stock Images + Provided

No two forts are alike—and that creativity is the beauty of it! Gather some household supplies like cardboard, bed sheets, masking tape and pillows and help your kids design the fort of their dreams! It can be their secret hideaway for reading books, taking a nap or watching a movie.

Cardboard Castle

This adorable fort idea from Built by Kids uses cardboard boxes, some masking tape and lots of creativity. Your kids will jump at the chance to build their own cardboard castle.

Fabric Tent

This adorable fabric tent from Ducklings in a Row is so cute that it can be a permanent part of your child's bedroom or play area. Put it together with some dowels, a shower curtain and stitch witchery for a no-sew project.

Blanket Fort

Bed sheets, clothes pins and a clothing line can make for a seriously cozy fort. Follow the instructions from Pretty Providence for How to Build the Best Blanket Fort.

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