Building card houses is a lot of fun. So is knocking them down. In episode 6 of the Kardtects FlipSide series we feature the simple card house often used in ‘Spot the Card House’ photo challenge. This card tower is only 3 levels with added roof, and two squares wide.
What do you mean by two squares wide? Below you can see what we mean by that.
Since we built two ‘Kardtects Squares’ side by side, it is two wide. Only one more level is added on one side, while the other side two levels is added. The roof cards are then placed on top using the Triangle Building Method to finish the building of the card house.
As mentioned this card structure is often used in ‘Spot the Card House’ photo challenge. Kardtects likes to build fun everywhere and in some cases we build a card house, take a photo, and then see if you can find the card house in the photo.
Like the one below. Can you spot the card house within the photo of the covered bridge? It’s there! And it is the card house we built in this episode of the FlipSide Series!
Watch the Video of the house being built (and it being knocked down) and then see if you can spot the card house!
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