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4 September 2015

How to Make a Cardboard Box Car.



Everyone, almost everyone knows that cats and children always seem to be attracted to cardboard boxes. So I decided to make the box even better! In the virtual world you can find a lot of great projects that you can do with the boxes {see here}

What you’ll need:
large box
strong tape
cutter and scissors
ruler,
pencil
hot-glue gun
acrylic or tempera paint 
paintbrush

If you think you can not handle, go here for easy instructions.

Kai helped paint his car.

the car is complete!


Kai was delighted with his car!



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33 comments

  1. Wow!!! Niesamowity, chyba w czasie choroby Frania coś podobnego spróbujemy stworzyć!

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  2. Kobieto, masz fantastyczne pomysły. No i ten tekst o kotach i dzieciach, no przeciez!!! :)

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    1. Dziękuję . Lubię tą kartonowa modę

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  3. pomysly masz extra:) widac ze Kai az tryska z zadowolenia:)

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  5. Adorable!
    Well made tutorial thanks for sharing!
    Thanks for linking to Tutorial Thursdays on Marigolds' Loft.
    Your tutorial will be featured tomorrow :)
    Look forward to seeing you again this week.
    x
    Natalie
    Marigolds' Loft

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  6. Very cute! Thanks for linking at my Pin Me Party!

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  7. Congratulations! This post is being featured over at Diana Rambles tomorrow. It has been pinned in the Featured at Diana Rambles board at Pinterest. Please come to the party tomorrow & grab a featured button off my sidebar or via the link under the features. Thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

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  8. This is positively AWESOME. I am bookmarking this. Immediately.

    Sure beats the pathetic contraption (and health hazard) also known as a plain 'ol cardboard box my son likes to slide down our hallway in.

    Now let's see if I can manage to make this without gluing my fingers together...

    Stopping by from SITS. :-)

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    1. :-) thanks for you visited I hope you visit my blog again

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  9. This is adorable and so creative! I have 3 boys who are all in their early 20's and I believe the would still play in a big box if theirs one in front of them!!

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  10. Adorable car! Stopping by from SITS, hope you have a wonderful day!

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  11. Oh so cute! Stopping by from SITS, feel free to link this up on my new linky also! http://www.afrugallife.org/2014/06/how-to-make-game-flower-pens.html

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  12. Hi, visiting you via the SITS girls, very nice post, a clever and creative way to provide loads of entertainment to a child. Wish you the best with your blog!

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  13. Hi, visiting you via the SITS girls. Love your post very creative and clever, a great way to keep a child busy! Love how you put a steering wheel in the truck and everything!

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  14. Oh my, so cute! My boys would love this, and how great that he got to help with the painting too!

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  15. Adorable! My kiddos would love to create their own cars. I'm not brave enough for them to paint them in the house though! Haha! Hope you had an amazing SITS Day!

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  16. Adorable! My kiddos would love to create cars. I'm not brave enough to have them paint inside though. Haha! Hope you had a great SITS Day!

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  17. Oh my goodness! How cute and creative. My girls would love this.

    Happy belated SITS Day!
    xoxo

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  18. Aww this is great Joanna :) You can see how much he loves it too..

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