Curtains, large sheets, scarfs or loose fabric
Some type of heavy duty rope, such as twine
Safety pins (at least 4)
A long wooden panel\stud whatever you want to call it ( any length you want) i used 3 foot.
4 screw on screw closed hooks ( medium sized will do) Photo on page 2
Measuring tape is handy
Decorations I used: Pillows, blanket, christmas lights-(This makes all the diff), cut out paper hearts, candles and flowers and music.
Step 1: First Step
Find a corner and with your framing stud\panel i used 36 inches but if you have space, the longer it is, the bigger the fort.
Cut approximately 2 very long strands (depends on how high or low you want the fort to be) of string and tie knot well. I recommend tying it by going around a few times and then knotting it.
Also I ended up sliding the twine 1 inch from each end, in the picture the strings should be closer to the edges.
Step 2: 2nd Step
Using the length of your wooden panel as a guide, screw in the screws to the ceiling on both opposite sides. (As shown in the photo i made my first mark at the very end of the wall.)
Then take your wooden panel and link it to the screws. I recommend making a heavy duty knot as shown in the picture.
By now it should look like my drawing in the last photo.
I would recommend not making your fort but so tall so your sheets touch the ground, otherwise you'll have to layer them a lot.
See all photos for reference.
Step 3: 3rd Step-- Add Sheets
Step 4: 4th Step- Time for Curtsy
Attach the string to the safety pin going through the sheets and let it hang.
Step 5: 5th- Decorate
You can also imprint your lips, or attach actual objects, anything you see laying in the house to make it more personable.