Sailing Ship on crayola.com
1. Use Crayola® Crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the ship's hull and sail. If you rub a lot of crayon wax on the bottom and sides of the hull, the ship could float in water. Use different designs on your sail to display what kind of ship it is. For example, Christopher Columbus displayed a cross on his ships' flags. Pirates are known for their skull and cross bones sails. 2. Cut out the hull and fold up along the dotted lines. Use tape to attach the flaps together. 3. Cut…
DIY Cardboard Pirate Ship - craft tutorial
How to make a cardboard pirate ship for crafters and non-crafters alike- no paint, no papier mache. From Cardboard Box to Pirate Ship in less than 1 hour!!
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We still love love love our easy Pirate Ship made from a cardboard box. And love how we have seen many "cardboard Pirate Ships" pop up over the internet since. Wonderful to see the fleet coming together! Here is our oringal idea in the making.. showing you how easy it is to create!