Picture of MaMa Mia! Plant Pie!

My most sincere apologies for anyone who thought this was about pizza! My heart goes out to you!

A typical American baby consumes 600 jars of baby food before they are a year old.
(ChasingGreen.org 2011)

3 billion single-use cardboard pizza boxes are consumed in the USA every year. (Smurfit)

Now that you know this, you might be thinking "I don't even have a baby;" or " I don't even eat pizza."

Congratulations; Too much pizza is bad for you, and taking care of children requires alot of responsibility.

For this project, you will need a pizza box, a few baby food jars, scissors, a pencil, and your choice of cutting utensil.) I used scissors, because I'm a big boy now. (Saftey scissors, under the strict supervision of my Fiance)

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Step 1: Space Cadets.

Picture of Space Cadets.

Take your baby food jars and do your best to space them out on the box neatly. If you're a helter/skelter kind of person, drink your favorite kind of coffee and go buck wild. The mission here is simple, space out the jars to your preference, then trace them with your pencil (Or pen, or marker, or chalk).

Step 2: Filling the Void.

Picture of Filling the Void.

If you've so far succeeded in not injuring yourself whilst tracing the jars, you might be able to proceed to this step! (Maybe)

Now that your jars are spaced, cut the cardboard circles out with your preferred slicing mechanism. I used scissors, my dog advised a chainsaw.

Once your holes are cut, place your jars inside.

Nice job! This looks like it holds the jars in place very well!

It does! Being cardboard, it's also extremely adaptable!

jskellington2 (author) made it!1 year ago

Very easy to do! Took me about 15 minutes to cut the holes! Took me 2 days to eat the pizza.