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PL-UG: Fort Building made better


PL-UG: Build Your Own Fort


PL-UG Build Your Own Fort Kit: Traditional fort building just got a whole lot better! Attach PL-UG to almost anything around you; walls, furniture, patio doors, even trees. Then start building. Discover the many to build a fort. Make every fort a different adventure.


The Build Your Own Fort Kit is recommended for ages 3+ and contains:

  • 2 clamps (for tables)
  • 2 hooks (perfect for table/chair legs)
  • 2 suckers (for glass surfaces)
  • 4 grips (to hold the sheet)
  • 1 two-sided English-French sign

When I was growing up I loved to make forts. I would take the extra sheets or blankets and drape them over coffee tables, chairs and sofas and make my own living room forts. My kids are no different. There is just something about making a living room fort, especially on a cool and rainy day. PL-UG Build Your Own Fort Kit helps to make your living room fort BETTER.

Almost everything you need is included in the box. All you need to provide from home is a bed sheet and your imagination.



Kristopher is out of school for a couple of days with a throat infection (again). Once his fever broke he was feeling a little better so he decided to make a fort so he could be alone to watch YouTube videos. With minimal help he created a little hideaway in the living room.

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We experimented with putting the different pieces together, decided on the ones we would use and he went straight to work.

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I really love how the PL-UG Build Your Own Fort Kit helps the boys to create a better fort for a better play experience. The pieces were easy to use (and easy to take apart for clean up) and the fort was much better than just draping the sheet over the sofa. I love that it is versatile, and they can create different fort designs, and use this in rooms where they were not able to have forts before (because of lack of furniture to drape the sheets over).

Kristopher’s favourite part? (He said “And this means YOU Mommy!”)


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Buy it!

The Build Your Own Fort Kit retails for $19.99 USD/$24.99 CAD. Also available:

The Canopy Kit ($34.99 USD/$39.99 CAD)


The Ultimate Kit ($59.99 USD/$69.99 CAD)


Win it!

The Prize: One (1) Winner will receive the PL-UG Build Your Own Fort Kit (MSRP $19.99 USD/$24.99 CAD)


There will be ONE (1) Winner

Eligibility: Canada and Continental USA (excluding Quebec)

End Date: May 19, 2017

Good Luck!

Please note:
All Mandatory entries must be done for the extra (optional) entries to count.
ALL entries are checked and will be validated.
Winner(s) will be randomly selected using the Giveaway Tools random selector and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be picked.

Andrea resides in Calgary, Alberta, and is the proud mom to five boys between the ages of 7-22. Running mainly on coffee and sarcasm, in her spare time she enjoys listening to Canadian Rock, watching Calgary Flames hockey, reading YA Dystopian novels, binge watching 90s television on Netflix, and entering contests.

This giveaway is hosted by A Mom’s Perspective and sponsored by Plasmart. A Mom’s Perspective is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Disclosure: I received samples from Plasmart for testing and review purposes. Opinions in this post are honest, and my own, and have not been altered or influenced in any way.

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