Elena Tsanova has sent us the photographs of this cardboard castle. Here’s part of her letter:
“I got the idea from my three-year-old son Dido’s oassion for castles, princesses, princes, etc. I collected some cardboard boxes of various sizes, then arranged them and sewed them together with a needle and thread. I used a precision knife to cut out the embrasures, the trapdoor and the windows. I painted the whole thing and got a marvellous castle, great for hiding, Indian fights and our favorite game – saving the princess from the evil dragon ))”
And here are the cardboard castles made by our friends from ТУК-ТАМЕ (Here&There):
And the cardboard houses I photographed last year, made by the three architect mothers from РИ-РИ-РА (Ri-Ri-Ra)
The roof of the first house is covered with homemade plasticine so you can easily attach chestnuts, leaves and other natural materials you can find in the park at that time of the year.