Instructables: exploring - workshop - cardboard - stool Thu, 26 Nov 2015 06:34:18 PST BLOX v1.01 One Piece Cardboard Chair
One Piece Cardboard Chair - More DIY How To Projects]]> _Belzebub_ This chair was made using only one 170x100cm piece of cardboard. For the prototype I used 6mm of cardboard and it could bear my weight. I recommend use a thicker piece of cardboard, use it as a children seat or another material (plywood).Feel free to alter and improve the design!
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Wed, 3 Dec 2014 11:50:56 PST
Cardboard Stool
Cardboard Stool - More DIY How To Projects]]> terrapol My second instructable, originating from a series of cardboard furniture pieces i am designing for my flat. Here is my design for a cardboard stool, made from 22 interlocking trapezoidal hollow forms, and capped with 3 layers of cardboard to form a seat. I used 3mm corrugated cardboard to make the...
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Sun, 14 Oct 2012 20:20:51 PDT
1UP Mushroom Cardboard Storage Stool
1UP Mushroom Cardboard Storage Stool - More DIY How To Projects]]> caitlinsdad Another cardboard seating solution. Bonus storage for all your game gear.  Pop the cap off to reveal the spacious interior. Any bigger and you would need one of these. If you don't have a proper gaming seat, then you could always make one that looks like a giant 555 timer chip or the infamous giant...
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Wed, 14 Mar 2012 19:52:31 PDT
Makedo sitting stool
Makedo sitting stool - More DIY How To Projects]]> makedo-able Build a quick and portable sturdy stool perfect for outdoor occasions. All you need is a box and Makedo re-pins and re-clips available at This instructable was designed by Tanaka Satoshi, Makedo's master maker in Japan. Find Source a suitable sized box tall enough as a stool to sit...
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Sat, 11 Feb 2012 15:52:54 PST
FedEx Stool
FedEx Stool - More DIY How To Projects]]> wholman An illustrated guide to making a stool out of three FedEx or similar triangular shipping tubes. They're free at shipping stores, and most big companies probably have a bunch on hand in the office somewhere. It's plenty strong enough for an average adult, but is not the most durable piece of furn...
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Mon, 7 Jul 2008 18:23:02 PDT