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Make your Own Cubby House

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by Nicole Arathoon (subscribe)
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Published July 14th 2013
All children love building cubby houses. Usually the indoors cubby house is a makeshift construction made out of sheets draped over chairs and tables, while the outdoors variety looks like a tent strung up with ropes attached to trees and the neighbours fence.

Well, the folks at Creations4Kids have come up with a fantastic cubby house for children of all ages to decorate and paint to make their own.

No more blankets pegged up precariously - this stand alone cardboard cubby house is complete with opening doors, windows and a roof with cut out stars. It's delivered to your door as two pieces and easily put together in minutes, then all it takes is some paint, glitter and creative flair to get your new home looking just the way you like.

Set up your new cubby house indoors on a rainy day or outdoors for a crafty day. Children will love the large masterpiece in front of them and the huge cardboard canvas to paint as they please. Valued at less than $30 a house, with a complimentary packet of crayons, these cubby houses are a wonderful way to spend quality time together sharing in a fun and creative activity with your children.
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Cost: Around $30
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That looks like so much fun for the little ones!
by Kim (score: 1|18) 2283 days ago
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