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This instructable shows how my friend Jared, my brother, and I built a cardboard canoe for his kids to play with in the swimming pool. Mat...
We've attached the canoe design so that you can print it out and scale it to however big you want the canoe to be. We printed the shapes out on an...
Now that we have our canoe design we needed to get it on the cardboard. We decided to scale the pieces up to fit on a 40"x84" piece of double walle...
Use a razor knife to cut out the patterns. Since cardboard is difficult to cut, you may want to do an initial cut that just breaks the surface of the...
Because the canoe needs to be as water tight as possible, we encased each piece in packing tape. After taping each piece, tape the pieces together to...
Step 4: Now that our canoe is built its time to hit the pool!
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