Book Review: Epic Cardboard Adventures

This book includes 20 easy to craft adventures using cardboard.  Explore the world, travel through time, put on a show or work a cool job! Each project has a list of materials and supplies needed in order to make the project and the how to instructions for each.  Some of the ones that I thought were pretty cool included a paper towel roll space shuttle, claws, a sled for toys, dinosaurs,  a banjo and a ukulele for a rock concert and a construction vest. These are a lot of ideas for a rainy day and you can use your imagination to build upon the projects already in the book to come up with even more great ideas!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

For ages: 7-11

The creator behind the blog Pink Stripey Socks brings her crafting talent to cardboard! With these easy-to-make, imagination-growing cardboard crafts, kids can put on a show, travel back in time, and even rocket to outer space!

About the Author: Leslie is a full time mom and sometimes puppeteer who adores books, doughnuts, and the color yellow.  She’s always on the lookout for new ways to pretend, play and make things with kids. You can read about her family’s creative and crafty adventures on her blog www.PinkStripeySocks.com.

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