Now Ava is getting bigger , I have been trying to create stimulating areas for her to play in . I have been looking at getting her a wigwam tent as I love the design of them. Then I was approached by Big Game hunters to see if I would like to review one of their Wigwam play tents. After looking at the possibilities on their website I chose the Flower and Butterfly wigwam. Ava has butterfly’s in her bedroom already so would fit in nicely . One day we are hoping to have a play room for her so thought this would fit many colour schemes.
It was really easy to put together . Sliding the wooden poles into the plastic joining sections . Then simply slide the poles through the elastic loops on the inside of the material . Making sure the pole with the hole at the top is at the top of you wigwam.
Once all poles are in place secure the material in place. By tying the cords together at the top. Then thread a separate cord though the wholes placing a wooden ball in-between each post. That’s it ! it took all of ten minutes to do. You now have a place for your little one to chill out in . Ava put it to the test straight away . She really did love it and also had a little nap in there.
I cannot wait till we have some nice sunny days to use this in the garden for shade . The material also has a waterproof covering on it. So if heavens start to open on you whilst outside it wont ruin the lovely fabric. If like us you like to have picnics this would be perfect for that. The fabric is able to be machine washed just incase you get sticky fingers on it.
You can purchase the wigwam shown above from the Big Game Hunters website and is priced at £59.99
*I received the wigwam shown above for free in return for an honest review . All opinions and pictures are my own *