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RECYLED WOOD TREEHOUSE
Posted By Emily Pilloton On November 8, 2007 @ 2:30 pm In eco kids,Green Products,Inhabitots,Innovation,Modern Kids | 1 Comment
If you love treehouses as much as we do but don’t live in a forest, here’s a smaller option for you, your kids, and their dolls to enjoy- this recycled wood treehouse from new online green retailer ReForm School  is made from recycled cherry and elder wood and stands 22″ tall. It’s easy to assemble and comes with retractable stairs, rope ladder, bucket and pulley, and three platforms for hours of doll (and human) fun!
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 ReForm School: http://www.reformschoolrules.com/pc/tbtrhouse/childdevelopment/Recycled+Wood+Tree+House
 recycled wood block set (above), $35: http://www.reformschoolrules.com/pc/tbblkset/childdevelopment/22+Piece+Recycled+Wood+Block+Set
 Via Coolhunting: http://www.coolhunting.com/archives/2007/11/recycled_wood_t.php
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