Delivery Truck Craft

Kids will love this delivery truck craft made from cardboard boxes!

Delivery Truck Craft

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I am a huge fan of getting groceries delivered – when I was pregnant it was particularly life-saving!! We have always used Peapod – and the arrival of one of their bright green trucks are always of great excitement to my toddler. As we are currently in the middle of “Truck Week” I decided that one of the trucks we should include should be the humble delivery truck – and of course I had to make it a Peapod one!

Peapod photo shoot in August 2012. (Photo By: Greg M. Cooper)
I got two cardboard boxes, taping the larger one shut and shaping the smaller one for the front of the truck.

Delivery Truck Craft

After failing to get F to paint the boxes (that’s the short version of the story!), I decided to cover them in paper instead. Much less messy. 😉 Then I glued the boxes together.

I printed out some Peapod logos and grocery bag images to decorate the truck.

Delivery Truck Craft

For the wheels I cut circles from thick cardboard, and glued them to some black cardstock.

Delivery Truck Craft

After cutting them out I attached white circles to the centre of each wheel. I made the windows from black cardstock, and added a clipart driver picture. It wouldn’t be complete without a “Peapod Man”!

Delivery Truck Craft

F had great fun with this giant toy truck!

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