Instead of a standard backyard tree fort, build a work of art that both kids and parents will love.
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To make a suspended tree fort, you’ll need: three 4’x8’ sheets of plywood; 2x3 and 2x6 boards; Pex tubing; clamps; cedar decking panels and trim; paint; transparent polycarbonate roofing; hex-head screws with neoprene washers (1-1/2” long x 1/8” diameter x 6” long); industrial-strength rope; an industrial-strength washer; eye screws; circus tent stakes; a drill; a jigsaw; a nail gun; a sander; and a 4’ level.
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