Make a Duck Tape iPhone

My Cardboard Craft kids loved making these pretend phones last week. Know what the early finishers did? Decided their phone had to have a charger, of course, and made them out of paper clips. Now that’s being creative! You can download my printer friendly tutorial HERE.
1. Cut 3 corrugated cardboard rectangles, measuring 3″ wide by 5.5″ tall.

Cardboard Treehouse

I’ve been experimenting with more dimensional afterschool classes this school year, and am happy to report that my kids seem to love it. On Friday they made these treehouses, and got so involved in decorating them they worked right through the last minute of class.
NOTE: There was a bit of prep work for this, but on the bright

Halloween Cardboard Signs

A Pinterest posting inspired this idea for my afterschool Cardboard Crafts class today. There is something about torn tape that just makes the coolest looking letters. The more uneven and lopsided they are, the better.
1. I chopped up old corrugated cardboard boxes with a paper cutter, and offered kids either square or rectangular shapes. They began by