How to Build a 10×10 Tent for Kids with $10K in Kickstarter campaign

By Alex PappasPublished May 09, 2018 06:10:34An outdoor tent has long been a popular summer camp item for kids.

This summer, it will soon become even more so.

The idea of making an outdoor tent for kids to camp in with other campers is new.

A team of three people and a camera are building it.

It’s a project that has taken the world by storm, raising more than $2.5 million in pledges.

The team is building it in the style of the outdoor movies they grew up watching, with the goal of producing a 10-by-10-foot tent with a capacity of 10 people.

But there are more important things at stake.

For one thing, this is the first time a 10X10 tent has ever been built, said Alex Paffin, a 21-year-old student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and one of the three creators of the project.

They’ve done a lot of research, including doing fieldwork in remote locations to learn more about how to build an outdoor space that can withstand extreme weather and wind.

“It’s going to be the biggest thing we’ve ever done in the tent industry,” Paffins told Bloomberg.

The 10×50 tent that was built in the woods by the University and the Outdoor Life Center for a similar project, and that will be used in the movie.

The cost for the tent will be $10,000, but it will be constructed out of wood, bamboo, plastic, and a foam mattress that can hold up to four people.

The company is working on a design for the final product.

The tent will use a solar panel and be powered by solar panels on the back.

The team hopes that with the money they raise, they can eventually build the first 100 of the 10×30 tent that will sell for about $10 per person.

It’s also going to have a battery backup system that is going to last for years, Paffinn said.

The solar panels and the backup system will also have an internal heating system that can keep the tent warm during the winter.

The company also hopes to sell the 10-person tent on Kickstarter.

The campaign started on Monday and the campaign ended on Friday.

The goal of $10k is a goal that the company says will be reached by April.

The crowdfunding campaign has attracted a lot more interest than the first tent that Paffinos and the other team members built.

There are more than 300 people in the crowd who have pledged $100,000 or more to the project, which is expected to take several more months to complete.

The Kickstarter page is the second-largest crowdfunding campaign on the site after a $1 million goal.

Paffins, who is also the CEO of the Milwaukee County Board of Education, has a background in the solar industry, having built the solar panel system used in a $500 million solar farm in northern Wisconsin.

He said that solar power has a long history of powering a lot bigger projects, but this project is the only one that has a chance of being a success.

Pappas and his friends also have experience building other outdoor spaces for kids in the outdoors.

The project was inspired by a previous project, an outdoor school building project for kids, which they built for $50,000.

In that project, they built the school using cardboard, a material that is easy to build and easily recycles.