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If you happen to follow me on Instagram, you may have seen that last night as soon as the kids went off to bed, Mark and I crafted up a cardboard gingerbread house life size to surprise them with this morning. The house is made of 4 large moving boxes, opened up and turned inside out so the printed sided are on the inside of the house. To decorate the roof, I used paper plates cut in half, and then cut out the middles of the plates to use the rims as icing. Inside the gingerbread house, you may recognize the (now very old) cardboard kitchen I made about 2 years ago! Along the outside of the house, is an old shoe rack with some pretend candy treats for plenty of imaginative playtime fun! You may also want to make some pretend sweets from sponges, or felt cookies, or perhaps even pretend cinnamon rolls! For a much smaller version, you can print out the template to make a cardboard gingerbread house from an empty cereal box. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future posts delivered to your feed reader. Just returned from Lowes and the Dollar Tree with the materials to make our own life-sized gingerbread house! I’m the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your gingerbread house! I absolutely love this and wanting to make it for my wee boy at Christmas hes 2.5 ?? he loved our gingerbread house last year and I know he will love this even more! I have all of my supplies, but I’m having a hard time figuring out how to put it together. Three creative eco-artists have built an incredible life-sized pirate ship out of recycled cardboard! If you’re looking for some tongue-in-cheek, slightly ironic wall decoration, look no further than Cardboard Safari. Dutch artist Ron van der Ende transforms found wood into gorgeous larger than life bas- relief sculptures. Dozens of artists transformed disused bottles into works of art for “Message in a Bottle,” an exhibition at SCOPE Art Show Miami last December. With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.


The fact is everybody secretly would like to own a motorbike, but they are sometimes expensive to run and often dangerous. Firstly I have created some templates for you to print off and use to get the correct shapes and shape ratios. As you can imagine constructing a lifesize motorbike accurately from cardboard could be a little confusing so for clarity each step will have the relevant set of templates and detailed written instructions on how to compose them.I apologise in advance foer the bad quality of photos but my instructions should be clear enough. Construction for the cardboard Honda NSX Race Car works  much like any regular papercraft project, with individual sheets printed, cut up and attached together.  The only difference is that they used giant printers and oversized cardboards for the thing, instead of the desktop machines you use for your own creations. The cardboard Honda NSX Race Car showed up at the Tokyo Auto Salon earlier in the year, with those photos above taken during the piece's construction.  That Epson website, by the way, comes with instructions for a whole lot of papercraft racing cars, so if you can read Japanese and enjoy doing fancy stuff with paper, you've just hit the motherload. SPOILER ALERT – Marvel Collector Corps Captain America Civil War Box – Exclusive Pics! When our friends arrived we put the kids to work cutting and painting gingerbread men, candy canes and gumdrops to decorate the houses with.  And of course, they needed a little glitter too.
After the paint was dry, we attached the candy cut outs with a glue gun, and the real fun began; play time!  This is the one our friends took home, a little smaller and easier to fold up and put in the back of their mini-van. Inside we put a small table and two chairs, a little Christmas tree, and got it all set up for a Christmas tea party. This post is linked up at Blue Cricket Design, Ladybug Blessings, Beyond the Picket Fence, Somewhat Simple, Tatertots and Jello, Under the Table and Dreaming and Skip To My Lou. But Gilmour takes it a step further and gives life to these sculptures.BikesWheelchairUsing cardboard as a canvas, it starts out blank. If you’re new here, you may want to like our facebook page, or subscribe to our newsletter for projects and play ideas to do with your kids!
We had so much fun making this for them and I loved seeing how something as simple as cardboard can make them SO happy!!!
It fit perfectly inside the house, and Clara has been very busy baking up pretend gingerbread cookies and serving up plenty of pretend hot cocoa! The whole time we were building this, I kept thinking about how much I would have LOVED something like this when I was a kid! Along the way he learned about patterns using the giant gum drops, counting using large peppermint candy’s and the activity also promoted language. We are making one for our First Grade Christmas party this Friday- the kids are going to LOVE it — thank you so much for sharing such a fun idea!


In this instructable I will show you how to make your very own motorbike which costs virtually nothing to make + maintain and of course is safe.
These templates have been designed by me for a lifesize motorbike; copy and paste these templates onto Microsoft Word and enlarge so that each image fits onto a single sheet of A4. If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. He gets a clear fresh perspective on what he’s going to do without any outside interference. The cold days of Winter are right around the corner, so I wanted to create a little holiday magic that could last throughout the season, for those days when we’re stuck indoors.
I didn’t have any white bulletin board trim on-hand, BUT I used the opposite side of the trim I did have, which happened to be white on the back! Emily has been busy crafting up signs for both inside and outside of the house, and helping customers select the perfect holiday treat! We recently made some cinnamon rolls out of homemade play dough that would look so cute to serve out of the gingerbread house. If you don't want a lifesize motorbike you can simply make sure that all of the templates are smaller than a sheet of A4. After completing several cardboard craft projects, and experimenting with many different methods, I’ve found that I love this tape the best for longer lasting projects like this. Some cotton balls were great for pretend marshmallows, and craft pom poms make perfect pretend gum drops!
To make this sculpture even cooler I have designed the templates and the model so that it can be displayed on  your wall at home and it will look as if it is bursting through the wall ! In fact, one of the cardboard kitchen sets I crafted up two years ago, is still going strong because of this tape!! The gum drops on the roof are just sheets of tissue paper crumpled up, and the large peppermint candy is just a paper plate painted and attached with some masking tape.
If you want to do this on an exterior wall I would advise varnishing the cardboard with several layers of waterproof varnish, if you don't have this then you can use waterproof PVA.



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