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This design is based on a apostrophe. After a few requests for a tutorial on this curvy cardboard bookshelf (inspired by Patricia Dessoulles), I decided to have a ...
The cupboard appeared like a 'comma' shape so I needed to trace a perfect circle as part of the template. After deciding on the design, I traced it ...
The struts are the supports for each level on the shelf. Its important when cutting struts to check if the direction of the grain is vertical. If the ...
Check that each frame you've cut is identical to the layer in front of it. I found that the whole shape is thrown out of whack by irregularities ...
Heat a pot of cornflour, water and pva glue to make a thin paste. I brushed this glue mix onto the cardboard bookshelf when it had cooled. After ...
I recently found the secret to creating a flat finish to your cardboard furniture. The cardboard tended to sink once I'd painted it with the rice flour glue ...
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