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    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks! It was a fun one!

  1. Awesome awesome awesome! Thinking of keeping the same playhouse of ours outside. Any words of wisdom? I’m worried water from rain and snow is gonna sit on the floor of the house. Is moving it outside gonna cause me to have to tip over the house after each session of precipitation? Hope to read from you soon. : )

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Vanessa, Yes..if we have heavy rain I do tip it up to dump the water. I keep it outside all year…and I store some of the kid’s bigger outdoor toys inside of it for the winter. My biggest piece of advice is to stick to the Rustoleum brand spray paint…not to knock Krylon but it definitely wasn’t durable for the roof but at the time there wasn’t any gray Rustoleum in stock and I wanted to start the project. My daycare kids play with it constantly so I don’t mind dumping the water, what makes more of a mess is their playsand “cakes” they bring in the house and then dump all over the floor!!! My email is if you ever have any questions.

    2. Jennifer Mahon says:

      I drilled drainage holes in the floor and any area where the water sits after it rains. (there are some spots on the roof that collect water and the grill)

      1. Jennifer Howard says:

        That’s a great idea…probably easier than me lifting it up and tipping out the rain!!