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Are you tired of spending the night in a tent or the local super dome, waiting for your new trailer from FEMA? Well, don't hold your breath. Instead, ...
Home Depot Wardrobe boxes (4) - about $10 each new. I used left overs from a recent move. The Home Depot boxes have the same dimensions on all ...
Cut the taped joints of all the boxes to make four flat sheets of cardboard. (all measurements are in inches)
Cut two of the unfolded box sheets as shown in the diagram. The blue dashed lines are new creases that you will score with the spline tool so they ...
The roof sheets glue or tape to the wall sheets by overlapping the bottom flaps of the roof sheet with the top flaps of the wall sheets. Tape ...
Fold the creases a few times to limber them up. The illustration shows the sequence from folded-down to fully erected. Notice that the end sections overlap to achieve ...
Here is the completed structure. Just add boxes to make it larger.
OK, now you have a shell, but it takes more than a shell to make a shelter a home. Here are some brief notes to start your thinking ...
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