如何建立一个伟大的毯子堡

要继续我们的庆祝活动this last year of AoS, here’s the ninth most popular post of all time on the website, first written in summer 2009. Who knew it’d be so handy in spring 2020?

xoxo, Tsh

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Building毯子堡垒是与您的孩子在想象力的发挥参与,尤其是在炎热或阴雨天的好方法。他们是与朋友或旅行包内甚至更多的乐趣。

There are lots of ways to create a blanket fort—the simplest is made by draping a king or queen-size sheet over a kitchen or dining room table. Add more room by turning the chairs with their backs facing the table, then drape the sheet over the chairs as well.

另一个简单的堡垒包括双层的顶级床垫下每天进食它和床,挂片覆盖床下面。床的一端被毛巾或小毯子覆盖..., fort!

但是,如果你想超越基本的建设,把它带到一个新的水平。不,不是纸箱。

friends fort

Allow me to provide my qualifications—I’m a dad, and I’ve built hundreds of forts for my kids. I even lived in one for an entire childhood summer—it had two rooms, beanbag chairs, a bed, a small fridge, and a TV.

供应:

  • Blankets, sheets, or quilts—and for added versatility, include a couple of fitted sheets
  • Pillows
  • Chairs
  • Tables, a sofa, or a bed—something as a main anchor
  • 衣夹或带

准备工作和安全

After you’ve gathered all the supplies, you’ll need to prepare the space for construction. Look for a large space close to large furniture or a bed to use as a main anchor point. You’ll also need to clear out any breakable or valuable objects, as forts tend to be demolished once the kids move on to something else.

You’ll also want to stay away from small tables or pieces of furniture that could fall over on the kids while they play.

如何建立一个毯子堡垒
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构建真棒堡垒

第1步

你已经位于你的空间后,取一大张在锚固件的家具,如沙发的背面或表的顶部。在我家,我们用我们的钢琴。

Handy tip:if you’re using the back of a sofa as an anchor, use a fitted sheet to hold it more securely.

第2步

摊开片和悬垂它比其他的家具。使用额外的床单和毯子在要塞增添更多的空间。You can either overlap the sheets as they drape over the anchors, or secure them with clothespins or tape (you can also anchor down the corners and sides with heavy objects or books, although it’s not recommended since they could be pulled down on the kids as they play).

第3步

Bring in chairs or a tall support of some kind to prop up the middle of the sheet. You can use a tripod, a bar stool, or another sofa. Avoid using lamps or other objects that can easily fall. Wherever you see sags in the sheets, simply bring in another chair or support to get the sheet to the desired height.

For advanced builders only:安装在天花板上,滴串可拆卸3M钩从他们身上,并附加衣夹或土豆片剪辑到字符串的结尾。再夹橡皮布或片材,以夹子以创建浮动天花板。

Step 4

Once the roof is up, use the extra blankets or pillows to fill in the gaps. You may not get every gap covered—no worries, just use that gap as another door or window.

Step 5

创建一个正门。没有堡垒是不完整的主门。您可以使用一个枕头,或者,如果你想真正进入它,用一个纸箱作为隧道入口。

如何建立一个毯子堡垒
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Step 6

Stock it with necessary supplies. This will include whatever age-appropriate toys or items your kids want: stuffed animals, sleeping bags, flashlights, puzzles, flat-screen TV with DVD player, cold beer and pretzels (oh wait—those are mine). You get the idea.

Step 7

Step back and enjoy your awesome creation. It’s time to play.

One final tip:得到堡与您的孩子。让他们负责的发挥。

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107 Comments

  1. 香农

    我的孩子喜欢这些,我对他们有美好的回忆作为一个孩子为好。
    .- = Shannon's最后的博客..A菜单规划系统夏季=-.

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  2. Emma @ Baby-log.com

    您的文章从我的童年带回一些遗忘的记忆......感谢您的想法,这是一个雨天做一件伟大的事情。我的孩子可能只是老足以让我们打造的第一个堡垒在一起 - 他几乎2
    .- =艾玛@宝贝log.com's最后的博客..玩具,上 - 婴儿的第一块=-.

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    • ashlynn

      你怎么做到的

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      • Skyler

        Thanks for the idea can’t wait to build it

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      • Nicole

        Ashlynn这就是所谓的阅读后,然后你就会知道如何使它????? !!!!!

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    • Ava

      事实证明,这多美妙,我4岁的女孩不让她小弟弟在和他所做的一切就是爬,她会拿不出来,她所做的一切都是在那里

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    • Zayden

      我试过,但它落在了我和我的姐姐无限

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      • Zayden

        i meant me and my little sister

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  3. 大比 - 从单身到结婚

    ahhh… the good old blanket fort! What a great memory of growing up, thank you! I need to start keeping a list of these things as I’m pregnant with my first child and will want to make sure he/she has the same fun playtime that I did when I was little!
    .-= Tabitha – From Single to Married´s last blog ..前高后低=-.

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  4. 艾米读好书

    I just took down the remains of our latest fort. We use small cardboard boxes for cabinets. This last fort even had a mail slot!
    .-= Amy Reads Good Books´s last blog ..Top Three Tuesday=-.

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  5. 米歇尔

    我的儿子刚刚过去10个月我注意到有一天他可能会很快爱上一个堡垒,如果不是现在。我迫不及待地想体验很多堡垒与我的儿子做。感谢专注于养育的乐趣方面。
    .-= Michele´s last blog ..我想让你知道…=-.

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  6. Mandy

    How funny to read this this morning! I woke up to find a fort made by my two little ones. It took over the family room and they were plunked in it watching Gilligan’s Island!
    .- = Mandy's最后的博客..=-.

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  7. 卡拉@ repurposeful

    This is great– I love that you’ve laid out the “science” behind fort-making, because it’s not always intuitive to everyone. I remember my most favorite fort as a kid was one I built in the snow. I took out a bag of Cheetos and left them there overnight…. found them frozen solid in the morning, which I thought was so cool!
    .-= Cara @ repurposeful´s last blog ..Get rid of sticker residue on clothing=-.

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  8. Rana

    We have forts in the living room all the time. The kids love it best when daddy helps set it up and plays inside with them.
    .- = Rana's最后的博客..制定计划。=-.

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  9. 莎娜

    Now, I never thought I’d read a blog post on building a play fort! I’ve built a few myself for my son & his friends but, being a mom, mine were extremely simple and consisted of a sheet draped over whatever chairs were available at the time, constructed as quickly as I could get it up and running for a busy preschooler. You’ve obviously put some serious thought into this You rock, Dad!

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  10. Scott

    A floating ceiling… sheer genius! I knew I was missing something. Now I can finally take our forts to the next level.

    在另一方面,我发现一个小帐篷(1种那些人小童类型)做出了巨大的底座/第2个房间。
    .- = Scott's最后的博客..站在你自己=-.

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  11. 劳拉

    I made a fort for my daughter today! She kept crawling under the coffee table, from one end to the other. All I did was throw a large blanket over the table so it covered both sides and left the ends open. She loved it and it kept her occupied for a whole 15 minutes! Just goes to show fun doesn’t have to be fancy.

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  12. 劳瑞

    科里......你是太可笑了!这太棒了!我给你送棉被等用品堡高达帕尼罗的看着你去城里。想想你可以得到所做的工作和乐趣,你可以有一条毯子堡垒那里!

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  13. Tawnya

    Wow-这唤起了许多回忆!如果你真的想要把它带到一个新的水平试试这个:
    When I was young we had a parachute at home (the real thing! not the small toddler time version) and we would spread it out over the whole family room anchoring it to couches, card tables, chairs, etc. along the walls. We put a couple fans underneath in strategic places, turned them on, and then propped up any other heavy spots with brooms or other tall objects. So much fun! I remember spending hours and hours in it with my sister and friends. When the fans first turned on it was fun to watch the whole thing billow up about 3 feet high through out the room, and of course it was fun to play in too.

    I made a tent with my kids this morning with a fitted sheet and card table. it works great for on our deck because I can see them but they are still in the shade.

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  14. Melodie

    I just made the coolest fort for my daycare kids today. I clothes pinned a sheet to our fence outside and draped the other two remaining corners over two chairs and clothespinned them securely. Then I put one of those tent tunnels between the chairs and a yoga mat along the length right next to the fence. It’s big and roomy, tall enough for the toddlers and preschoolers to stand under and makes some great shade in our hot weather today. They’re loving it!
    .- = Melodie's最后的博客..The B’s of Breastfeeding=-.

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  15. Nikki

    我喜欢这篇文章!我对世界卫生大会还将添加一个提示William Hill体育t watching what you feed your kids before they enter said fort. Did I go there? Oh yes I did. Anyone who grew up with brothers can vouch for this tip. No cabbage, brocolli, beans… you get the drift.
    .- = Nikki's最后的博客..Nicmunks=-.

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  16. 香农@ AnchorMommy

    一个床单在沙发 - 辉煌!

    Thanks for the great ideas! I know what I’m doing with my toddler when it’s too hot to go out tomorrow…
    .-= Shannon @ AnchorMommy´s last blog ..夏季豆腐煮锅=-.

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  17. 多米尼克

    My kids haven’t really tried out fort building but we do have a little tent bought from IKEA which they like to play inside in their room. The blanket idea looks so cool. May try out with them during the holidays.
    .- = Dominique's最后的博客..WW- New Skates=-.

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  18. Lauren

    衣服别针,橡皮筋,(并为家庭充满少女的)头发的关系可以是美妙的紧片一起或更紧密地到椅子的顶部。移动沙发上的枕头在地板上产生在沙发上下方的“天花板”,以及作为堡垒一个舒适的地板更多的空间 - 额外的枕头是要塞的建筑一绝!

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      • Katie

        Rude…

        头发的关系是伟大的堡垒。我敢打赌,你是真棒!

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        • Alia

          really good way to make a fort tent

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      • 百合

        And a childish boy is on here because ……………..?

        这些想法是真棒

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  19. 伊丽莎白

    Thanks for this post! It inspired me to build a fort with my boys (2 & 4) this weekend and we had a blast. Great times

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  20. 克洛伊爱丽丝威尔逊

    我8岁的儿子非常喜欢这个。他已经休息了橄榄枝扦插反对它改变了他的帐篷形攀爬架成一个堡垒。他甚至得到了他的祖父母在那里看报纸!一个在他的卧室似乎是合乎逻辑的下一步。感谢您的“如何”。
    Cheers, Chloe
    .- =克洛伊爱丽丝Wilson's最后的博客..VTech Kidizoom Digital Camera Review=-.

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  21. Celeste

    哇,这是如此讽刺。只是lastnight,我和丈夫都在谈论的东西,当我们还是孩子,我们做到了。William Hill体育我告诉他我是如何取得了巨大的巴比豪宅满分记录和椅子。我用来填补拉链袋水并覆盖它们,所以它们将水床的,我甚至填补了特百惠碗一个游泳池。他告诉我他的堡垒楼层以及他如何使用打坐垫和背后的东西假装战争......反正它结束了与我们在我们的卧室让我们自己的堡垒和幸福,你知道什么是必然接下来会发生什么。堡垒不只是为了孩子...笑我们的小家伙是不是够老又参加,但我们不能等待,以帮助他建立的第一个小堡垒!因此,奇怪的是,我遇到了这一点,当我看到这个题目我很喜欢......”没办法!”

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  22. Christy

    我喜欢这个主意!

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  23. 凯蒂

    凉post!! my friends and i are making a blanket fort in my room for my birthday-they are sleeping over- and i’ve never been so excited! I’m 14….Haha, i’m gonna have to try that 3m hook idea!

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  24. 杰西蒂德韦尔

    嘿,这是这么多的乐趣2呢!我喜欢它这么多!

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  25. Rainman

    我犯了一个堡垒了我的床上有一天,现在我知道如何改进它!即使你十几岁,炮台依然乐趣。感谢您的文章

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  26. 艾米

    感谢所有伟大的技巧!我在大学,we still make forts. My best friend and I bonded by making a fort together the first weekend of freshman year. I’m on Christmas break right now, but I can’t wait to get back to school and try using fitted sheets and hooks!

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  27. 大卫

    我16岁,这让我想去把我们的客厅变成一个堡垒,一个晚上,而租金睡眠... mwahahaha

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    • Michael

      哈哈同样在这里。我16岁也开始四处矿井12和刚才结束了。它涵盖了我的整个卧室..非常值得!大声笑

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  28. Kiri

    Oh my goodness I love building forts! The kids I babysit and I build them constantly. Maybe I can convince my friends to help me build one for my 16th birthday next month. That would be an amazing sweet 16. xD
    And that ceiling idea is genius, I’ll have to try it!

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  29. 约翰

    我只是好奇,没有试图堵塞烦人的广告,但我和我的商业伙伴分享这个永恒的,经典的方式来招待孩子们同样的感受。William Hill体育And we created a product (www.toydle.com) that we hope doesn’t take away from the nostalgic feel of fort building but allows kids to have “their own stuff,” meaning they don’t have to ask mom and dad if they can destroy the living room. What do you think? Good idea, or not?

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    • Josh

      良好的输入约翰!我的孩子有这些“toydle.com”堡垒之一,我知道你的意思他们有自己的空间是什么!William Hill体育这样一来,当它的晚饭时间与堡垒简化版,乐趣不得不结束。我的男孩3岁,8,11,和15。他们都喜欢做的堡垒!因为这个工具包是用PVC管件兼容我年长的已经开始对它进行定制,并做一些很酷的东西。不管怎样,鼓励这是一个很大的乐趣和整天在电视上腐烂保持孩子!

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    • 苜

      I’m making a fort like a drop ceiling fort, but I’m going to use x-mad lights inside and turn it into my romantic date night fort! The husband and i will have dinner under this and watch a movie. Its going to be wonderful.

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  30. 考特尼

    我是一个孩子我自己,我喜欢你的想法。我没有任何的椅子,我可以使用,但更换可能是也许夜间立场或东西。我是11,是的,我还是喜欢做的堡垒。你忽略了一件事正在进行一个exscape荚这样的话,如果有人comeing你可以很快脱身,你不会有把它记下来。

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  31. Jim@Picture Lights

    是的,我们每次去棒球比赛我年长的孩子年轻的两个采用毛毯和使用冷却器时间,使毯子堡 - 很好玩的文章。

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  32. Andrew

    我16和我的朋友梅利莎的帮助下创造了最真棒学习堡垒,准备高考里面。堡跨越跨过整个地下室,有一个微波,风扇,灯,伞翼,和一台电视机。这是我所见过的最复杂的堡垒。不幸的是今晚早些时候Melissa的妹妹生气了,摧毁了它。悲哀的一天最好的堡垒曾经被称为宝湾。今晚我们开始重建!宝湾2.0即将到来。

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  33. 艾米

    Is it bad that I’m gonna do this for myself? I’m 18 :]

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  34. 阿什利

    我有一些经验的建筑炮台,并同时在线四处寻找新的提示,我偶然发现这个博客帖子。出人意料的是,没有人谈到添加制作围巾的梁 - 这解决了内部支持的William Hill体育问题,而牺牲的发挥空间。It’s done by tying a few scarves (or other long things) together and anchoring them from the couch to a chair, from the piano to the wall, from the corner of the bed to another scarf already tied up, etc. This creates a loose latticework of support for the sheets or blankets to lay on – we’ve gotten so good we can create a fort that 9 or 10 adults can hang out in, and it’s all open space. If you wanted, you could also use scarves to divide the space by draping sheets over just one scarf as a wall.

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    • 卢卡斯

      WTF?我发现这出于同样的原因。该scarve想法是好的,因为我有我的小兄弟做了一个堡垒,但它只有一个房间。

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  35. Hannah

    它也是一个不错的主意,有flashlights.It给孩子们露营expeirence,

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  36. mikaela

    她永远不会停止?这小妞sooooooooooooo疯了!我建立了一个堡垒出6个立方体{泡沫]和3个长的木块。此外双片面的毯子。股权立方体2在彼此之上。你应该有3堆。设置他们留下一个空间,让您进出得到了一个角球。把棍子在多维数据集。现在发生在偏远农村的毯子。他们的堡垒! i only nine!

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  37. Anna

    I am 12 years old and LOVE building forts. The one I am planning to build will use a fitted sheet (LOVE the idea) over our TV box. Its about 7 feet high and then, it will go over to our sofa and chair. I LOVE the open ceiling idea. My biggest issue when I ever built forts was the center. It always fell down no matter what I did. I will DEFIANTLY use THAT idea. Thanks sooooooooooooo much.

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  38. elizebeth

    我的孩子生病在床,她无聊地掉眼泪,所以我在她的两个床之间让她一个堡垒,她会fefuse得到它了:)。

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  39. 多伦多公寓分期

    What a fun post! I have great memories of doing this at my Grandfathers house growing up.

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  40. Aleia

    我有一个开放的衣柜在我的房间和衣服酒吧是锚定板的好地方,我录下来了栏上,将其拉出,它使一个有趣的帐篷,一个伟大的方式,以形成一个堡垒的基础,只是一个提示。它的工作原理以及用浴帘杆BC出于某种原因干桶是荒谬的金额乐趣,提供了一个可以被绘制墙壁。

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  41. 菲比

    LOVES the fort tips<3 I might make one tomorow evn if im 13 hehe

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  42. Alex

    16 years old. My two best friends and I are planning to make the largest fort any of us has ever attempted in about two weeks. We’re getting a couple removable eye screws to use string to hold the ceiling up. It’s going to be the size of a fairly large master bedroom. I have never been so excited for my birthday.

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    • kelsie

      真棒我能来?

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  43. 索菲亚

    我做这些事情所有的时间,我只是通常会得到我的表兄弟做到这一点,添加一些球迷和手电筒,并把地毯在那里,留在了那里,只要我的父母说。(William Hill体育大约2天!)

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  44. 摩西·^ h

    这太棒了。I’m building a fort right now and instead of the floating ceiling idea (which rocks) i attached a heavy duty string, which you can get at home depot or walgreens, and attached it to the wall on both sides of the room and draped a blanket over it. it works extremely well and is really cool. also another thing that makes a fort fun is string lights. you can also buy these at walgreens or home depot and you get about fifty lights on a long, long, long string and you can put them all around the outside of the fort. if the roof of your fort is a lightweight, slightly translucent, blanket then they look like stars!

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    • kelsie

      我喜欢在同一时间浮动的天顶想法了这么changilling做,但有趣!

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  45. Annabelle

    Have your child create a secret password such as “Bubblegum” “Macaroni” “Soccer Rocks” or the name of a favorite celeberity!

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    • kelsie

      这就是个好主意!这就是一个方法,使之更加有创意!

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  46. kelsie

    heyy i love this stepby step insturction cing that im blonde. but any way i love building these! and steps make it so much easier!
    thank you!!!

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  47. jen

    We made a great sheet fort and ate ice cream and listened to the police radio of the i phone !

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  48. Andrewjgray

    什么是很酷的事情IM 12岁,我喜欢建造堡垒,这是做的,谢谢你的提示,当我有一个孩子,我希望他们有一个良好的很长一段时间来做到这一点真的很酷的事情。谢谢你的提示和指导,也许生病参阅本网站的未来。谢谢

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  49. 迈克·吉布森

    我在我的大学里RA,我把这个作为我的大一学生的程序。这是他们是那么清楚永远喜欢这些过去的记忆和永远不会太老。感谢您对如何做到这一点的步骤。

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  50. 迈克·吉布森

    我在我的大学里RA,我把这个作为我的大一学生的程序。这是他们是那么清楚永远喜欢这些过去的记忆和永远不会太老。感谢您对如何做到这一点的步骤。

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  51. 贾静雯

    我喜欢建筑堡垒。我是11,现在建一个。它是如此的有趣。我没有任何朋友,我虽然进去。我生病了,从学校待在家里......我所有的朋友都在上学!它吮吸!

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  52. Sophia

    多么美妙的主意!我试图让我的孩子们做多是其他的东西在自己的房间的话,我想这和他们喜欢它!我要说的下一次做的步骤的更具体一点?

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  53. Ash

    I am about 23 and me and my husband Travis make forts every weekend we camp out in them watching movies and just bonding I just wanted everyone to know your not to old or to young to build a fort!!

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  54. 约瑟夫·阿尔法诺

    Awesome blog about an awesome topic! When I built my forts I liked to use my mattress whether it be as the floor of the fort or the roof. course I had plenty of mattresses to work with furniture that could hold up. It truely is up to the imagination when building a fort. A fun test to exercise ones creativeness!

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  55. Erin

    Thanks for all the detail. Especially love the floating ceiling. I work with children in a counseling agency and the fort will be great for building rapport with new clients and be a fun new thing for my old clients!

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  56. Kkrin001

    I think it sucked! Mt forts are so much better. I am making a website of how to build a real fort and pictures. The fort I just built had room for 2 people. My forts have room for at least 15 people. My forts have maximum 7 rooms when this fort has one room. I will also give the steps for building one of mine, then you can compare me and Corey’s forts to see who’s better.

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  57. 马里亚纳

    我是一个孩子,仍然做到这一点,乌尔活到老,有乐趣

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  58. nicole

    我喜欢这个网站

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  59. 瓦莱丽

    这很棒!我的妹妹(9)和I(12)想使一个巨大的堡垒。它可能不会像奢侈是我们最后一个(三个房间,比萨,和一台电视机),但它有望成为一样的乐趣!感谢他们这么冷却ideas-!

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  60. Sophie

    I’m making one right now! And I’m fourteen! Great substitution for camping in the backyard (it’s raining)!

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  61. 阿什利伊丽莎白·普雷斯顿

    me and my bff (if your old and dont no what bff means it means best friend forever) Amanda and i looked at this site and me and Amanda made a amazing fort thanks dude!!!! *shout out* I LOVE YOU AMANDA JORGENSON!!!!!!

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  62. StressedMom

    Mu daughter is 10 and loves building and designing. She wants to be an architect, and practices with forts. Her bedroom is small, with the head of her bed in the middle of a wall, sticking out. Where could a fort go in there?

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  63. jojodilll

    could this work for teen that want there first kiss

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  64. Mackenzie

    尼斯我想我们会做到这一点对我们下一步的雷尼天

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  65. Cara Martin

    I LOVE IT! Corey, you’re a genious.

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  66. 阿什利

    Im 11 years old and i was wondering if im still old enough to make a fort in my room because hurricane sandy is coming

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  67. eryn

    My son loves forts, some fun ideas.

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  68. Barbara

    This is to die forrr, you’re such a nice lady! Love your comment about the cold beer and pretzels (my guilty pleasure too! xD) – you are such a free spirited mother , I wish you the best.

    – Barbie xo;

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    • Violet

      它的一个家伙顺便说一句。

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  69. Soleil

    我和姐姐永远爱做的堡垒,但它从来没有证明我们想要的方式。因此,我们把你的建议和采取的步骤,以使一个成功的堡垒。这竟然是我们做过的最好的堡垒。这是伟大的,谢谢。

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  70. layla

    嗯,我马戏团的妹妹,我只是想背负什么,她说,并补充说,这是我们在未来几年一起过的最好时机,这是awesome.THANK YOU!

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  71. soccerlove

    How Fun!!LOVE it

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  72. 玫瑰

    Loved the Idea!! This was such a simple an helpful idea. It also provided my family with much needed bonding time.

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  73. Hannah

    I’m 13 I’m gonna do this tonight and sleep in it and surprise my parents in the morning when they see a huge blanket fort taking up the entire living room they’ll go ballistic:} muhahahahaha

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  74. 莫妮克

    我爱构建10吨我怎么做

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  75. Beccy

    我有,你如何保持冷静,在堡垒的一个问题???

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  76. 罗克珊 - 周末度假

    我有3个兄弟和成长的故事,他们用爱创造毯堡垒。这些真正帮助开发思维的创造性的一面的孩子。感谢您的一步一步的指导。

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  77. 谷歌地图路线

    Thank you very much for your post, it makes us have more and more discs in our life, So kind for you.I also hope you will make more and more excellent post and let’s more and more talk, thank you very much.

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  78. Savannah

    我喜欢这个想法是真棒我建造堡垒所有的时间。

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  79. Allie Smith

    This will help my son and daughter build one they do a new one each Friday so they were looking for something to build that won’t fall apart

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