There’s no better way to make a cool bed tent than with a little help from your kid.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make the DIY DIY bed tent for your kids.
The first thing you need is a big tent that you can easily set up on a patio or patio deck.
You’ll also want to add some extra seating.
The tent is meant to be used in conjunction with a toddler-friendly table and chair, and it’s also a great spot for your toddler to sit for a while.
The easiest way to do this is with a folding chair, like the ones you’ll find at a furniture store.
Once you have your tent, it’s time to get started.
First, take a look at the instructions below.
This is the basic setup.
Make sure to set your camping equipment and tent up to your specifications.
Once you’ve got the tent up and running, you can check out the full tutorial on the next page.
The following steps show you step-by-step instructions for assembling the tent.
The first thing we’ll do is make the main tent cover.
We’ll first add some foam padding, and then add a few feet of canvas.
Then, we need to add the sides.
It’s best to leave the corners bare.
If you want to create a more adult-friendly tent, you might want to put some canvas between the sides of the tent to prevent your toddler from digging into the canvas.
You can also trim some of the canvas with a knife.
This step isn’t necessary, but it makes it easier to fold the tent down.
The second step is to attach the base.
You don’t want to have any big gaps between the tent and the ground.
To attach the tent base, we can fold it down and attach the canvas to the top.
Make a template out of cardboard and cut it out of the center.
The fabric can be any fabric that you want, like a t-shirt or a teddy bear.
Cut it in half.
Now, we’re going to attach some straps.
Make one of the smaller straps, then fold it over.
Now we can attach a chain to the end of the strap, which can be used for securing the tent in place.
Now that the tent is attached to the base, it is time to attach it to the ground in a circle.
You want to attach this circle to a flat surface that won’t move.
That means you can set up the tent by just folding the tent over and laying down some paper.
Make the circle bigger with a pencil and tape.
Now it’s ready to add your bed.
Make your bed by rolling up some foam, and cutting out the template out from the cardboard.
Then roll it up to a circle and cut out a template for it.
Next, make a ring out of a tinfoil.
Use your hand to press it down into place.
Then fold the tinfoils in half and attach them to the ends of the foam.
Then place the foam in the center of the ring and fold it in the other half.
Repeat for the remaining foam.
Now you’ll need to make your bed seat.
First make a circle out of foam, then cut out the templates out of paper.
Fold the paper and fold the foam into the template.
Now place the template in the middle of the circle and fold down.
Now attach the template to the center strap of the bed.
Now make a chain from a tangle of rope and attach it at the end to the other end of your bed pad.
You should now have a sturdy, stable bed for your little one.
To get your bed on the ground, make sure that the pad you’ve cut out is at least about 1 foot (305 mm) tall.
Make it a sturdy base and add some padding.
Next we’ll add some shelves and shelves to your tent.
Add some shelves, then attach the straps.
You might also want some tinfoiles for the shelves.
For the tables, you’ll want some folding chairs that are about 1.5 feet (305mm) tall, and some cushions and mats for your tables.
Finally, you need some foam to build your bed floor.
You’re going a little overkill here, but if you’ve already got your camping gear, it might be a good idea to add a little extra support.
Next up, we have to add padding to the sides and to the back of the tents.
To add padding, you’re going the same steps as the foam pads.
First fold down the foam to create the padding, then tape it around the edges of the sides, and attach a few layers of foam.
You could also add a couple layers of canvas to hold the sides in place and give it a bit of a bed-like feel.
This tutorial shows you how you can add some fabric to the front and back of your tent to create additional support.
Once everything is in place, you should be able