A new camper, awned and bolted to a wall in a camper trailer.
This one uses an existing Awning kit, but it does have a couple of tricks up its sleeve.
First, it is a DIY camper kit, not a “built” one.
Awnings are actually constructed out of foam, which can be cut and shaped into various shapes.
You can also use a lathe and cut foam into the shapes of the camper itself.
Here are the steps for this DIY kit:Step 1: Get the right size foam for your roof.
Most foam foam is about 20 to 25 microns in diameter, so if you’re building from the bottom up, the right foam size is about 4 to 5 microns.
Step 2: Take the foam to your local hardware store and buy a few sheets.
Cut them into lengths of 10 to 20 microns each.
Step 3: Cut the foam into rectangular shapes that are the same size as the wall that the campoles are mounted to.
The dimensions are shown in the diagram below.
Step 4: Take one sheet of foam and roll it in a circular pattern onto the wall to create the roof shape.
The roof should be about 1 meter (4 ft.) wide by 4 meters (10 ft.) long.
Step 5: Using the foam and some glue, glue the edges of the roof to the foam.
You should end up with something that looks like this:This is your finished roof.
Now you can use it in your campokes.
The easiest way to do this is to just tape a piece of cardboard to the roof.
This will hold it securely and protect it from dust and insects.
The cardboard will also help protect the foam from moisture.
You can also make your own foam for this project.
I made mine from scraps from a piece I found in the garage.
You’ll need some glue for this.
The kit I bought was just too small, so I decided to make a larger version that could fit on a shelf.
I ended up cutting this one from two sheet foam sheets:Step 6: Using glue, attach the roof with a piece you cut from the foam sheet.
You’ll need two pieces of plywood:One piece that’s about an inch (25 mm) long and about 1/4 inch (5 mm) thick, and one piece that is about an 1/8 inch (4 mm) wide and 1/2 inch (3 mm) deep.
Step 7: Attach the plywood piece to the back of the ply and then attach the top of the foam piece with two screws.
These screws will hold the ply pieces together.
Step 8: Now attach the foam, using two screws that will hold everything together.
The top of your roof will sit on top of this.
Step 9: Now you have a campoke with a roof that can be mounted on your wall.