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May 25, 2012

An indoor/outdoor fort made from PVC pipe

Princess Castle

Who doesn't love a fort?  Especially if it looks like a medieval fantasy pavilion!  I made this little castle with my 3-year-old friend Charlotte using four 10-foot lengths of 3/4-inch PVC pipe.  Charlotte loved fitting the pieces together and painting her own banner.  Instructions and video available with other kid-friendly summer projects at Lowe's Family Fun Projects

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plumbing

Pavilion is a architecture design most founded in Spain and in Southeast Asia. It might referred to as Gazebo, the most beautiful structure in the World.

leveling feet

PVC pipes are really a good stuff for making creative art and crafts. I am looking for some creative and innovative ideas for creating indoor/outdoor forts. This post sounds good and glad to find this blog.

squank

Hey plumber,

Pavilion may refer to a free-standing structure sited a short distance from a main residence, whose architecture makes it an object of pleasure. Large or small, there is usually a connection with relaxation and pleasure in its intended use. A pavilion built to take advantage of a view is referred to as a gazebo.

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