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An easy, but kind of time consuming, super cheap storage ottoman and seat. I saw a plan for a cardboard box cube in a vintage DIY furniture book ...
Materials needed: cardboard boxes cutting implements glue packing or duct tape optional: batting fabric paint
The main cube is 16 inches square. The cross pieces are 20 inches by 16 inches high. The cross pieces each have a 1/4 inch notch cut out ...
I now use all the leftover cardboard to create a lid for the cube. The scraps are taped, cut to size, glued together, and weighted with freezer paper ...
Hot glue some quilt batting to the lid and trim. Then hot glue on fabric to the inside edge of the lid. Fold the corners of the fabric ...
The box can certainly be left as is but I chose to spray paint the bottom a matte antique bronze to further camouflage the cardboard. We now have some toy ...
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