Ducktivity provided by Jen Smith
I made this playhouse for my 18 month old daughter and she loves it.
Approximate Crafting Time:6:0
Supplies and Tools:
- cardboard boxes
- wrapping paper
- box cutters
- Mod Podge
Cut boxes to desired size. Use one or multiple boxes, but make sure they can easily be attached to eachother
Tape boxes to each other. You do not need to be perfect about this. You will end up taping over it. Make sure to cover each seam inside and out.
Cut windows / doors where you want them.
Use wrapping paper as wallpaper using a decoupage technique.
Use Duck Tape for floors.
Use Duck Tape in burgundy and brown to simulate a brick look.
Use Duck Tape in silver coin on the roof to simulate a tin roof.
Cover door with Duck Tape and use silver coin to look like a window (or simply cut out a window) I used black for the window pane.
Trim inside and out with white to cover rough edges and make it look like crown molding and trim boards.
Use gray Duck Tape around the bottom to look like a foundation.
Make shutters with appropriately sized cardboard for shutters.
Use a small cardboard box for a flowerbox and cover it with White Duck Tape.