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Keep your desk organised with this neat (in more ways than one) desk tray. This simple creation made from up-cycled cardboard is designed so you can ...
Source cardboard from around your home. We’ve used cardboard from an open packaging box.
To begin the first tray, draw out the template dimensions supplied with these instructions. Cut out the cardboard template.
Using the point end of the Makedo Safe-saw, lightly score the flaps of the cardboard where there are dotted lines shown on the PDF template.
Fold along the scored lines and slowly your tray should take form.
To position the tray into place, use the Makedo Safe-saw and punch the sides of the tray where cardboard overlaps.
Connect the sides together using a Makedo Re-pin and Re-clip. Your first tray is complete. You can use this first tray to trace more cardboard templat...
To stack multiple trays simply sit the top tray over the lower tray, overlapping the sides. Connect the overlapping sides together using Makedo Re-pin...
You are now ready to organise all your important documents. Add a spash of colour to your desk by using different coloured cardboards and patterns. R...
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