Sharing another craft – a working helicopter. I wanted a helicopter so I made one. It is made with cardboard. The best part is that this cardboard helicopter really works! Hope you will like my helicopter too. Now, without a further due let’s see how to make it.
How to make Cardboard Helicopter – It’s Really Works!Matched Content AD
- Hot Glue Gun
- LED and two wires
- Battery holder and batteries
- Ice-cream sticks
Follow these simple DIY steps to make Cardboard Helicopter:
Time needed: 30 minutes.
First, take a cardboard piece and cut out a helicopter shape. Make borders of it with other small cardboard pieces. Don’t cover the roof for now.
- Front light:
Next, take a LED and attach two wires with it. Then, place it in the hole made at front. Paste it there.
Now, take roof cardboard piece and attach motor with it. Paste the roof piece on helicopter. Connect LED wires and motor wires together.
After that, take a battery holder. Add batteries in it. Paste the battery in the helicopter base.
Now, make a helicopter cover base. Add motor and switch on it. Then, make a connection of both the piece. Connect all blue wires together and yellow together. Connect red wire with switch and black one with blue wires. Paste the cover.
Next, make two propellers as shown with the help of ice-cream sticks. Attach both propellers with motors. Check its working.
Make one paper. Paste it at bottom. Make two cardboard circles for wheels. Paste them on roll. Make another paper roll and cut it diagonally. Paste it as shown and add two circles on both sides.
For wings, add two small cardboard pieces on both sides. Make four small paper rolls. Paste them together and cover it with paper. Make one more in similar way. Paste both the pieces under both the wings.
Now, you can give details on helicopter according to your choice. I have just added few strips with black paint.
Yay! finally your own cardboard helicopter is ready. Enjoy playing with it.
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