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I found a box for an iPhone 4, sadly missing it's contents. It is made out of pretty stiff cardboard. I thought it would make a nice little drawer.  This is how the IDrawer was born.
 
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Step 1: Materials needed

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iPhone 4 box, don't know what the other version boxes look like.
Tape. I used duct.
Piece of cardboard at least measuring 5" x 2 3/4"
Knob
Self tapping screw a little bit longer than the knob
Ruler and cutting device

Step 2: Remove the insides of the box

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Step 3: Find your cardboard

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Cardboard from a misc box. These were yummy!

Step 4: Measure and mark

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Measure to fit inside edges of box top. There is a space there. Lid is taller than the bottom by about the thickness of my cardboard.

Step 5: Cut the cardboard with instrument of choice

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Step 6: Remove one of the ends of the top

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Step 7: Place cardboard in bottom of box top, leave inside in place to hold the cardboard

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Step 8: Start taping and trimming

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Step 9: Add knob

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 This is a little porcelain knob that I found and had saved to find a use for it someday and I did. Used a self tapping screw a little longer than the knob. You can measure to find the center, but I just eyeballed it. Put a piece of tape over the end that protruded inside. You could use a small bolt instead.

Step 10: Final result

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Step 11: In its place by my desk

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