It’s every kid’s dream to visit Disneyland. But how many of them ever thought about having their own Disneyland at home?
We didn’t realise it was possible until this dad decided to build his daughters a new playhouse inspired by one of Disneyland’s attraction, the “Jungle Cruise”!
Imagine the excitement his kids felt when they first saw the finished playhouse! It was built with details that truly replicate those of the real Jungle Cruise – the porch pickets, the signage, cedar sidings and, of course, the colours. It even has a replica balcony to complete the look!
After four months of construction and some accessories to top it all off, these lucky girls now have their own little world full of Disney adventures!
The playhouse measures a total of 8′ x 9′, with a roomy and high interior that even adults can go in to have a look and perhaps join in the fun. ;)
Take a peek inside this awesome DIY playhouse by viewing our album below.
Do you want to build your kids one of the coolest backyard playhouses?
- 5/4″ Cedar Timber
- Cedar Vents
- External Plywood
- Foundation Bricks
- Primer and Paint
- Deck Screws and Nails
- Hurricane Tie
- Roof Shingles
- Measuring Tape
- Spirit Level
- Nail Gun
- Cordless Drill
- Circular Saw
Click on any image to start lightbox display. Use your Esc key to close the lightbox.
Thanks to Steve Guizzo for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…