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There are limitless possibilities for using cardboard. This instructable shows many projects, short descriptions, included photos, mouth watering idea...
The fold-a-lot is a clothes folder to aid in making that chore easier, and produce nice, orderly stacks of clothes, towels, etc.
All sizes for many uses can be made. See my instructable: Make Your Own Boxes.http://www.instructables.com/id/Make_Your_Own_Boxes/
An easy way to keep track of small screws, nuts, bolts, tacks, etc.Please see my instructable: www.instructables.com/id/Make_Cheap_Easy_Cardboard_Smal...
I use cardboard to make storage of paint cans easier. Since there is little access to old paint, I put it down on the floor, under other shelving uni...
In order to semi-organize my work space and keep some semblance of order, I make project boxes that can be used to place works in progress. That way I...
I make paper flowers, and to store and or transport them, I needed to come up with a container that would enclose and protect the arrangements while i...
Small units, but size could be expanded to larger sizes if needed.
Drawers made of cardboard, to fit precisely under the workbench. This way, the whole space is utilized, and access is made easy by simply pulling out...
This frame was made by cutting cardboard to the width needed, then scoring with a bone folder or piece of wood. A raised area in the middle of the fra...
All letters made with bandsaw cutting.
See the instructable: Make Signs out of Cardboard!
Same concept as used in work bench: boxes go all the way to the back, just pull out and get what you want.
Same as refrigerator boxes.
Cut boxes so that they slide into any shelf you have. Instant organizer!
These have actually been in use for several years. Just cardboard! They are under an overhang so never get wet when it rains.
I have an in box and an outbox....helps to organize. Make boxes the exact size needed, i.e., slightly larger than a standard business envelope.
A wealth of free canvas! Some art can even be mounted and framed.
For this project, I used a large box for the frame...found two small boxes that fit pretty well, then made dividers for the bottom "drawers", made box...
I make special boxes for all my paint. Each box holds 30 bottles of the 2oz. size.
Cardboard is good as a filler, and can be plastered over to fill in hole. Easier than trying to cut a piece of wood to fit.
A dedicated box for some clamps.
See instructable on faux rocks.
If you work with floral wire, you know what a hassle it is to store. Running out of wall space? Make a box just for the wires.
I wanted a way to store my brushes that was convienient and easy to use.
Keeps two glass bottles from moving and breaking.
Used to pull important paper file out. Saves the hardwood finish.
Make these for Halloween.
I use different papers in all kinds of crafts. Found out early on it would be necessary to have a separate shelf for each color, as much as possible....
See my instructable: Make furniture with cardboard.
See my instructable: Make a Billfold with cardboard.
This handy storage chest doubles as a foot stool. I added an interior frame of pine, so that one can sit on it. It's quite strong.
When not in use, items can be stored in their own boxes. I keep the manuals with the box as well, then can find them easily when I need them.
I know, lots of boxes, huh. But they all come in handy when it's time to find something.
See How To Make A Purse of Denim.
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