Happy Fort Friday! If you’re new – here at All for the Boys we celebrate Fridays with some awesome fort inspiration from around the web. Whether made of sheets, cardboard, wood, or sticks, forts are a place we can go to transport our minds to wherever we want to go. You can play, dream, relax, or create in a fort. Everything is better in a fort!
Don’t forget if you participate in Fort Friday (or make a fort any day of the week) and want to share email me at email@example.com
Stacey sent in this cute, simple fort enjoyed by her son AND cat (simple is good!)
Julie sent me this HUGE blanket for made by her college age kids bible study. There were tunnels and everything!
Heather and her son sent in their “usual” fort with a tunnel in the back. I love that kids don’t get bored even if you use the same construction over and over. (we often do the same one as well)
When in Doubt, Add More Salt made an extra long fort using binder clips to hold the sheets together!
Emma from Rocking Rascals sent in this early morning fort built by her little rascals 😉
My boy built a makeshift fort while I was working. He said he made this one because it was easy to clean up haha!
Check out this cardboard fort/play structure from Super Colossal
And I’m loving the plans for this cardboard (yes cardboard) play structure at Behance
Have a great weekend!
Author: Allison Waken
Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!