Happy fall! Amanda here today with a fun craft to make for your kiddos. Inspired by the detailed scenes in the Happy Camper collection, I created a camping play set that will keep your kids entertained for hours!
My kids, ages 8 and 10, girl and boy, are crazy for LEGOs. They are always coming up with some new way to create with their LEGOs so I made a little play set for them to take on their LEGO camping adventures. All of the pieces are moveable allowing the kids to rearrange the scene as they play.
As I was looking over the Happy Camper collection (again), I remembered this little tent cut file I found a while back. This little tent is what got the whole idea of a play set rolling as I knew they would be perfect for LEGOs.
A little deer takes cover between the trees. To make the trees, I folded four triangles down the center and adhered the pieces together.
Happy bear. Happy moose. And glitter topped mountains. So Doodlebuggy.
I lengthened the tent opening on the tent cut file just a bit so the LEGO minifigs could take a nap.
All of the pieces are unattached to the base and can be moved around during creative play.
The free-standing paper pieces and stickers are propped up with little paper supports. I folded strips of scrap cardstock to fit the pieces and adhered them to the back.
And just in case you didn't see it already, look at that little camper! If I had a camper in real life I would want it to look just like that.
Supplies: Happy Camper collection, Forest Friends collection