Give your kiddo a great place to play, create, and read in this Hundred Acre Wood-themed fort! An unBEARably cozy Winnie the Pooh Tent is a fun craft—whether indoors on a rainy summer day or outdoors for some camping in the backyard. While it does make for adorable kids bedroom decor, it’s also easy to store—always a plus for parents!
Scroll through to learn how to create this cute DIY.
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What You’ll Need
- 1/2” drill bit
- 4 (1/2-inch wide x 4′ long) wooden boards
- 3 (1/2-inch wide x 5′ long) wooden dowels
- 2 yards Winnie the Pooh fabric
- Super glue
- Brown paint
- 10” balsa wood board
- 8” rope
- Fake foliage
How To Make It
- Drill 4 holes into your 4 boards—2 holes should be 2 inches from the end of the boards and 2 should be 4 inches from the other end of the boards.
- Push the wooden dowels into the holes in the boards, 1 should connect the top of your tent, and 2 should connect the bottom.
- Drape the fabric over the top of the wooden dowel.
- Glue the fabric onto the bottom 2 wooden dowels, by applying glue to the dowel and wrapping the fabric around it. Let the glue dry.
- Paint “100 ACRE WOOD” onto your balsa wood (for an extra Winnie the Pooh touch, paint the “R” backwards).
- Once the paint has dried, glue rope onto the back of the sign.
- Drape foliage onto the front and back of the tent.
- Hang the sign on the front of the tent.
All cutting, drilling, and gluing should be done by an adult.