Ever wondered how it would be like to have a bubble tent when planning a camping trip with family and friends? It will be fantastic, exciting, and eventful. Your next course of action will be to purchase a bubble tent at any local store near you, but with this DIY guide, you will be making a bubble tent with ease all by yourself.
Several guides below will teach you how to make a DIY bubble tent; all you have to do is search through and find the one that suits you. Without further ado, let’s begin!
1. DIY Bubble Tent
This bubble tent is super easy to make. You won’t be building anything from scratch; all you have to do after purchasing the tent from an online or local store is install it in your backyard. After the installation, you might want to add a few things to the tent to make it comfortable, things like; lights, Coleman hot tub, clear shower curtains, and flexion gazebo. This project is quick and easy to set up.
2. DIY Geodesic Dome House
Here is a geodesic dome greenhouse that you can make for $83. It’s super cheap and easy to make. All you need are the installation materials to begin the setup. You’ll start by laying the base pipes on a leveled floor at your preferred location before you work your way to the top and begin mounting the transparent tarp to cover the top of the dome. The making process is quick and effortless.
3. Bubble Tent DIY With Duct Tape
A geodesic dome is a tent with several geometric angles that serve as a frame wall for the tarp-covered on top. The creator’s used duct tape to seal and tape every area of the tarp. This fantastic bubble tent is not as strong and durable as other tents, so if you’re looking for something sturdy, you might want to try another guide.
4. How To Make A Plastic Bubble Fort
This should be the most straightforward guide on this list; the materials are primarily free, things you can find around your house, and tools you probably already have. The creator started by laying a few tarps on a leveled ground, then used a vacuum cleaner to fill it with air to form a bubble, using duct tape to seal off any torn area.
He also created a door by overlaying several tarps to make it air-tight and stop air loss. This guide is super cheap, and you might end up spending nothing on materials and tools.
5. Homemade Inflatable Planetarium
Here is an inflatable planetarium tent that is super effective and easy to build. The creator first made a template with cardboard before building the main inflatable tent with a tarp. The bubble tent is fantastic; it’s large inside and has a walkway that leads to the large tent that can serve as an office, a gaming room, or a tiny bedroom.
Another fantastic feature about this bubble tent is that it’s also cheap and durable, so you should probably give this a try.
6. How To Build A Bubble Tent With PVC
Today, you’re going to build a bubble tent using PVC pipe fittings and zip ties. This bubble tent looks more like a dome, and it’s super sturdy and easy to install. It’s a geodesic dome made using PVC pipe fittings to make all the geometric frame walls and zip ties strengthen it.
You’ll also need a gorilla crystal clear tape, barricade transparent plastic material, and a leveled ground. The making process is quick and easy to follow. In addition, this bubble tent is small and can serve you better as a small office, dining, or gaming room.
7. How To Make A Bubble Tent Dome
This is a super large bubble tent dome used for a greenhouse. This is made for business purposes, and it could be what you’re looking for. It’s pretty expensive, depending on the tent’s height, which will cause an increase in the materials to make the geometric wall frame.
The creator used wood to make the walls, constructed triangular wooden frames with a transparent tarp, mounted a wooden base on a leveled ground, and started installing the triangular wooden frames step-by-step until they reached the top and enclosed themselves. This tent can be used as a recreational site other than a greenhouse, depending on how large you want it to be inside.
8. BushCraft Tent From Plastic Wrap
Here is the last guide on this list, a bushcraft tent from plastic wrap. First, you’ll need ten rolls of plastic wrap to start with.
This is strictly a camping tent because this tent must be made with four tall trees facing each other in a square-like manner, and you’ll have to roll the plastic wrap on all the trees to form a roof that you could stay under in times of harsh weather and a bed that you can lay on to sleep. It’s not an effective tent, if you ask me, because you’re pretty still exposed to the weather and insects, which has defeated the aim of having a bubble tent installed.
That’s all said and done for today. This guide has offered you several ways that you can apply to make a bubble tent with ease that will fit into your budget. So, it doesn’t matter how much you have saved up for a tent; you can make one effortlessly with this DIY. We appreciate your time and attention in checking out this guide; till next time, cheers!