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RECYCLED CARDBOARD TREEHOUSE

Cardboard play treehouse

I love the beautiful Magic Wood tree houses but the big ones are quite expensive so we thought we would make one ourselves using recycled cardboard!

MATERIALS: Large cardboard boxes, paper toilet rolls and kitchen towel rolls, paper, hot glue gun, string, twigs and pieces of wood.

TUTORIAL: Cut cardboard shapes for the base and different levels. We cut 2 of each shape and stuck them together to make them extra thick.

Recycled cardboard treehouse

Cover the top of the cardboard with brown paper.

Recycled cardboard treehouse

Glue the toilet rolls in position to make the legs for your different treehouse levels. I use a hot glue gun to attach the legs.

Recycled cardboard treehouse

Add some ramps or steps between your levels.

Recycled cardboard treehouse

We also added a winch lift system!

Recycled cardboard treehouse

We added some extra details like logs for a camp fire and wood chairs.

Recycled cardboard treehouse

Soon some wild dinosaurs moved in to our treehouse!

Recycled cardboard treehouse

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