Taking cues from Southwestern landscapes and starry night skies, our Vintage Cotton Canvas Teepee is sure to delight tiny explorers seeking new adventures!
Featuring a striking color palette and bold, geometric patterns, this sturdy teepee packs a visual punch in every space.
It’s constructed of four wooden poles and is floor-less, making it easy to incorporate small furniture into play time while ensuring that clean up is a breeze.
The small window and large “doors” ensure that your little adventurers will be able to “see the world” in style!
We were so inspired by the Southwest vibes of our Vintage Cotton Canvas Teepee that we whipped up a quick and easy DIY corn husk snack container. Not only is this paper corn husk ideal for festive play time snacks but it’s also great for functional decor at the kids’ table on Thanksgiving. Here’s what you’ll need:
- Clear plastic cups
- Green cardstock paper
- Hot glue gun
- Popcorn (you can substitute corn puffs for younger children)
- Free corn husk stencil printable
Use our free corn husk stencil printable to draw out several husks onto green cardstock and then cut out accordingly. From there, apply hot glue to the bottom of the plastic cup and layer the corn husks all the way around the cup until it is completely covered.
Pour in the popcorn and hand out for snack time!
The paper makes it easy for little hands to grip plus the eye-catching color palette stimulates growing imaginations.
The only thing better than enjoying a tasty snack is enjoying it with a friend! Bon appetit!