Cardboard fort I created for my sons birthday party. It was a full on success. The kids played in it and cried when they had to leave. I only paid for the duct tape. All the boxes I got from Lowes free. And my son and I enjoyed putting it together.
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This cardboard castle is a magical toy for kids -- because every knight needs a castle to protect, right? Kathy of Cornerstone Confessions shares her easy cardboard castle tutorial . all you need is a big box and some ribbons!
How to build a cardboard Rocket ship "To make this you will need; - A large refrigerator box. tools(box cutter, tape measure, straight edge, pencil, jigsaw) - Three cans of gray spray paint - A little imagination" Good tutorial.