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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially now that my apartment has a fireplace! All you need is a large cardboard box, a box cutter, scissors, ...
I used duct tape to secure the corners of a large cardboard box so that it would stand up on its flaps.
Use a box cutter to cut out a rectangle from one side of the box. I found it easiest to do so on carpeted floor (it didn't hurt ...
Since the box is quite large, and I wanted my mantel to only stick out about a foot form the wall, I used the box cutter to cut ...
Depending on how big your box was to begin with, you may want to make it taller or wider to get it to a good fireplace size. On ...
I cut out brown wrapping paper (~$6 at Staples, but I barely used a fraction of the roll) and wrapped the front of the fireplace. I wrapped the ...
I placed my fireplace on a wall so that one of the vertical pieces covered up a socket. That way I could set up my lights for the ...
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