The Tiny Teepee

hello, I’d like to introduce you to our newest baby…our Tiny Teepee Tent.

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This new member of the Moozle family is not just a sweet little play thing or pretty shelf accessory (and who doesn’t love to look at cute things on shelves?) but is also a truly resourceful fellow by cleverly using up the left over fabric scraps made by the Moozle BIG teepee tent. Excellent.

I asked the Moozle kids Dolly (age 9) and Dexie (age 5) to think of how they themselves would play with the new Tiny Teepee, here’s what they thought…

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More over on instagram here. Happy playing x

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Toadstool-tastic

This new teepee tent design is up on the site now and I like how the photos came out (on such a dull rainy Amsterdam day too) and Nora’s cute room was the perfect location, thanks Nora!  All those super props to use, and so in theme. You can see the rest of the photos here Flickr.

Order your tent here Moozle.

Poppy’s room

Lots of fun was had this afternoon snapping the new Animal teepee and a plain one in lovely Poppy’s pretty room. It was a challenge to get some shots of the tents without one or 3 of the four kids in or around the tents but I think the results are pretty good! To see the ‘other’ photos complete with kids playing madly go to the Flickr page (spot the pic of moody Dolly and Poppy fed-up with being told they can play in the tent in “a minute”!). Listed on the Moozlehome Etsy page and for sale on moozlehome – go get yours! The gorgeous wooden enchanted tree is from Cocoon Couture in Melbourne – I WANT one… joy ohjoy it’s on sale (but still $250 Aussie dollars!) but, alas, they don’t ship outside Australia *sob*

Duvet cover tent

I love this photo of a simple kids play tent taken from uktv.co.uk

Very reminiscent of my 70’s/80’s childhood in Pembrokeshire, South Wales, I just loved making den’s in the garden, mud pies with daisy’s on included!

This washing line tent is made using an Ikea duvet cover, I like the vintage floral feel to the fabric design, it could almost be of kids playing in their garden in the 1940’s.