|On the left, the M113 as it appeared in Canadian service. On the right, a plain old US of A scheme.|
Cardboard M113s of course.
Now, step one is to find something simple. I used this one.
Step two is to print them. I think you can handle this part without further help.
Step three is to glue them to cardstock (unless you have the ability to print on cardstock, in which case you can skip straight. What I've used here is a family sized Ritz cracker box. My wife loves her some Ritz crackers, but I suppose any large box of single layer card would work. Your mileage may vary.
I used a thin glue, and smear it around with my finger, because the last thing you want to encounter is bubbles or edges that are not affixed once you cut the shapes out.
That's it for now folks. I'll have more of this posted as soon as work progresses. I wanted to let them dry overnight to make sure they cured correctly before I cut them. Until then, may visions of AFVs dance in your head!