How Do You Build a Styrofoam Igloo?


You can easily build a Styrofoam igloo. How you would do this is with Styrofoam, glue, and a hacksaw or fine-toothed saw. With the saw you will need to cut several large blocks out of the Styrofoam. From these blocks, you should cut several blocks. Each should be slightly smaller than the other so that they can be stacked to make a dome shape. It will take about 4 to 5 layers in order to build the igloo.
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How to Make a Styrofoam Igloo
Although the term igloo actually refers to many different houses used by the Inuit, most people use it to refer to dome shaped snow houses. Igloos are made by cutting out and stacking bricks of compacted snow into a shelter. The snow acts as an... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
In order for you to build a Styrofoam igloo, you will need to first determine what the size of your igloo will be. Then, start by making the basic shape. You can find more info at:
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Dome Cut off the bottom of a Styrofoam ball with a sharp knife. The ball can be any size you want your igloo to be, but when you cut the bottom, it should allow the ball to sit flat
I would think it would be easier with clay but Styrofoam can work if you know how to cut the angles. Each block has to be tapered so that it curves around. That's why the clay is
To build a igloo all you need is some hard dry snow and a large knife or snow saw. Cut numerous blocks approximately 3 feet long, 8 inches deep and 15 inches high. Begin to stack
1 Look for a gentle slope (optional). Building an igloo into the side of a slope, hobbit-style, saves time, energy, and a lot of heavy lifting. If you’re building an igloo recreationally
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