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3D Cardboard Car

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Create an easy 3D vehicle from a child's drawing on a piece of cardboard.



Cardboard car, cardboard car from kids drawing


Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Cardboard (we used a cereal packet)
Pen
Scissors
Decoration items

Method
Draw a car, bus, truck etc in the middle of a piece of cardboard. My daughter drew a car and we also made a van together.



Kids car drawing




Kids car drawing


Draw a roughly rectangular strip at the bonnet end of the car. This will help stabilise the finished vehicle.



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Fold over the cardboard at the top of the vehicle.
Cut around the vehicle through both pieces of the folded card. Cut through the top of the fold of the vehicle but not the extra rectangular strip.



Kids car drawing


Open out to get two cars and a linking bonnet (the rectangular strip)



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Draw and cut out two pieces (roughly rectangular) to join the cars. This should be slightly wider than the bonnet strip.



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Cut two slits in each linking piece, the same distance apart as the length of the linking bonnet strip. Cut two matching at both ends of each car.
Slide a joining piece between each car at each end, linking up the slits.



Cardboard car, cardboard car from kids drawing




Cardboard car, cardboard car from kids drawing


Your vehicle is now ready to decorate as you choose.

Categories
#Transport
#Car
#Van
#Paper craft
#3D
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