We recently posted an adorable picture of personal cardboard box cars. Now we found easy-to-follow instructions for how to make your cardboard car!

We recently posted an adorable picture of personal cardboard box cars. Now we found easy-to-follow instructions for how to make your cardboard car!

Cardboard Box Cars...OMG, my toddler loved this. I have the cutest pics of him in the box car. He was so excitedwhen I was making it. --MSoto

Cardboard Box Cars...OMG, my toddler loved this. I have the cutest pics of him in the box car. He was so excitedwhen I was making it. --MSoto

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Toddler preschool boy fireman fire truck Halloween costume cardboard box fire truck

Toddler preschool boy fireman fire truck Halloween costume cardboard box fire truck

My Kid Craft ~~ @Candace Renee Hargraves Row Orthodontics approved! #DC

My Kid Craft ~~ @Candace Renee Hargraves Row Orthodontics approved! #DC

http://www.theimaginationtree.com/2011/05/diy-castle-story-box.html

DIY: Castle Story Box

http://www.theimaginationtree.com/2011/05/diy-castle-story-box.html

Make your own cardboard box car with some colored duct tape, black paper plates, a shoe box with attached lid, and some tape or brads. This easy DIY project takes less than 15 minutes to complete and is inexpensive fun for your kids!

DIY Cardboard Box Car for a Drive In Movie Night

Make your own cardboard box car with some colored duct tape, black paper plates, a shoe box with attached lid, and some tape or brads. This easy DIY project takes less than 15 minutes to complete and is inexpensive fun for your kids!

OLIVER'S CARDBOARD GARAGE. for little cars, adapted from MissyInspired's blog. Instead of using duct tape, I used Aileen's Tacky glue for the entire project for a cleaner look. The upper level, set on 2 toilet paper tubes (lots of glue to hold in place), is wide so a car can drive past parked cars, the ramp has sides, and doors are marked enter & exit. I also glued a piece of cardboard in the center bottom of the box to level it. He loves it! Less than an hour to build!

OLIVER'S CARDBOARD GARAGE. for little cars, adapted from MissyInspired's blog. Instead of using duct tape, I used Aileen's Tacky glue for the entire project for a cleaner look. The upper level, set on 2 toilet paper tubes (lots of glue to hold in place), is wide so a car can drive past parked cars, the ramp has sides, and doors are marked enter & exit. I also glued a piece of cardboard in the center bottom of the box to level it. He loves it! Less than an hour to build!

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