Cardboard Room Divider

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Introduction: Cardboard Room Divider

Hello everyone!
This is my first instructable, and I would like to share it with you.
I tried to make something original and easy to make.
This project needs no special skills and costs nothing.
You can easily make this divider and decorate your room.

Step 1: What Do I Need?

Supplies:
- Pencil
- Utility knife
- Ruler
- Cardboard (4mm, 7mm)

Step 2: Transfer Design

Make  templates out of paper.
Trace onto the cardboard using a pencil. 

Step 3: Cut Outs

Cut out all the cardboard pieces.
For Parts A,B,C,D use 4mm cardboard, for Part E use 7mm cardboard.

Note:  We need     
A - 16
B- 80
C- 70
D - 64
E - 5 parts 

Step 4: Connecting

Start to connect the pieces together.

Just look at the images.

Step 5: Keep Connecting

Continue connecting other parts in such manner.

Step 6: Finishing!

Connect Part E as shown below.


We need to split Part A into 2 parts.
Then connect it between parts B.


Connect all the pieces together to finish the room divider.

And finally the finished room divider!

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    Fantastic!!! My youngest is moving out he is thinking about making this divider.

    I was looking for something like this for a very long time and i couldn`t find the right solution, this is amazing, I think I might try making something like this!!!

    Very cool!

    right now I do some design project and being 'no idea at all', but after i see this..wow ! it's really inspired me man, thaks !

    This is amazing. I love it. Well done.

    Well, I just found a use for all of my moving boxes....once Im done using them of course!!!! This is awesome!!!!

    I love this. I think I may attempt making this.

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    What are the overall dimensions of the finished piece shown?